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|Archived Since:||October 11, 2009|
Today, I celebrate my third Father's Day. That, I know. As for everything else... not so much. Basically, I'm Sargent Schultz.
Jon Wolf, who has provided mixtapes to DeadJournalist since 2008, returns with a 13-song mixtape that he thinks will soundtrack the Summer of 2013.
Five years after labeling the So So Glos the band that was making punk worth listening to again, find out why I still stand behind that statement in this exclusive interview with the band's lead vocalist, Alex Z. Levine. As he says in this interview, "Punk is about Woody Guthrie."
New interviews are in process – look for the first one, with the So So Glos, posting this week.
While I take a few more weeks to adjust to life with two kids, don’t forget that all music and video posts are now on my Tumblr page: deadjournalist.tumblr.com. There are more than 5,625 posts (and counting). So, if you are only looking to discover music and videos, make sure to check that out. [...]
During May 2013, DeadJournalist will be featuring posts from guest writers on a variety of music-related topics. Kicking-off this series is a piece by musician Alicia Halm.
I have lined up a few people to provide guest posts in May as my wife and I have recently welcomed our second child to the world. I’ll be in-and-out as time allows. Remember to check-out/follow DeadJournalist on Tumblr for all my music and video posts.
Get a look inside the Detroit trap-pop band, Jamaican Queens, in this exclusive interview with Adam Pressley. Find out the band's history, their creative process and why they won't tweet unless they want to tweet.
Prior to the release of Psychic Twin's most recent 7-inch, I connected with Erin Fein - the woman behind the project - for an exclusive interview. In this interview, she shares her insight on her creative process, the future of Psychic Twin and this year's SXSW.
Yesterday's release of the Brad Paisley/LL Cool J country-rap cross-over song - "Accidental Racist" - ignited a fire-storm of criticism on social media. Here is my perspective on the song, in a formal editorial, after I expressed my views last night on Twitter.
On the date of the release of her new EP, get to know Vague-à-bonde, the moniker of Minneapolis-native Nicole Brenny. A self-taught producer and song-writer now residing in Montreal, she's creating dance-friendly, future-pop while continuing to evolve as an artist.
Recently, I had a chance to catch-up with Craig Minowa - the founder, vocalist and songwriter of Cloud Cult. The resulting interview is one of the best DeadJournalist interviews to-date. His passion and respect for music a testament to the power of the medium.
It is 7-11 day for me as DeadJournalist.com launched on March 16, 2006 after starting, in concept, in 2002.
In this exclusive interview with Jerome Watson, learn more about the up-and-coming London-based band The History of Apple Pie. His interview offers excellent insight into the band that has already accomplished something quite rare... creating common ground for members of Oasis and Blur.
In a moment of enlightenment, I decided to use the dormant DeadJournalist Tumblr site to post music and music videos. Isn't that exciting? (It is to me!)
This year I've only posted new content at a rate of approximately one new post per week. Let me quickly explain why.
Here is my exclusive interview with Canadian singer-songwriter Hayden, who recently released the seventh full-length album of his nearly two-decade career.
In this Retro Review of The Pleased's album Don't Make Things, I take a look back at one of the landmark albums of 2003 - but one that is often overlooked.
In advance of the release of their debut album, I had a chance to catch-up with Pete Wilson of Ivan & Alyosha and got his thoughts on the new album and the band's creative process in this exclusive interview.
In this exclusive, in-depth interview with Jack Hues, he provides a fascinating look at the history and the future of Wang Chung - a band that not only had tremendous commercial success but also carved its own, unique niche in America's pop-culture.