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Interview: Collaborators for Never Give Up: 10 Years of Celebrating The Postal Service

As you may have heard, I recently had the chance to talk with Stephen Carradini from Independent Clauses about his indie and folk tribute to The Postal Service, Never Give Up: 10 Years of Celebrating The Postal Service. The epic [...]

June 4, 2013 Features, Interviews
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Interview: Independent Clauses

Last week I reviewed an excellent collaborative tribute album to The Postal Service called Never Give Up: 10 Years of Celebrating The Postal Service. The varied artists that contributed to the album were brought together by Stephen Carradini, the man [...]

June 4, 2013 Features, Interviews
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Interview: Circa Survive

Back in September, Colin Frangicetto of Circa Survive took the time to sit down and answer a few of my questions about their new album Violent Waves via email. I was thrilled with his responses but it gave me a [...]

March 15, 2013 Interviews
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Interview – Broken Circles Records

Broken Circles is one of the many young upstart labels that are doing it right. They’re not just businessmen, they’re music fans. Which is obvious, considering that they have pressed a large amount of the back catalog of Tooth & [...]

January 31, 2013 Articles, Interviews
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Interview and Video Premier – Secret Mountains

Secret Mountains is a spectacularly talented young sextet out of Baltimore, whose series of EPs deserve a place on anyone’s stereo. They are an incredibly powerful band, but what jumps out at you immediately (and ironically) upon hearing their work, [...]

January 27, 2013 Articles, Interviews
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Interview: Caspian

2012 was an exciting year for Massachusetts’ resident instrumental specialists, Caspian. They released the roundly praised (and rightfully so!) album Waking Season on indie powerhouse label Triple Crown Records, and they toured the US and Europe while supporting acts like Cursive, [...]

January 9, 2013 Articles, Interviews
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Interview – Gold Motel

This little gem is an interview I conducted way back in late July. “So why is it being published now in December?” I hear you (and in all likelihood, the members of Gold Motel, ask). Well, much like our favorite [...]

December 12, 2012 Interviews
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Interview – Torche

It has been a crazy year for Andrew Elstner of Torche.  He released his first album with Torche, toured with hardcore legends Corrosion of Conformity, as well as making headlines on every national and worldwide news outlet from Pitchfork to [...]

September 28, 2012 Interviews
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Colin Frangicetto of Circa Survive Interview

Circa Survive must be feeling pretty damn good right now. They have left Atlantic Records, self-released their fourth album in Violent Waves, and watched as it hit number 1 on the iTunes Alternative Albums Chart. In the wake of this [...]

August 30, 2012 Interviews
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Interview – As Cities Burn

    As Cities Burn is a pretty special band to us here at Type In Stereo, or at least to myself (and Chris of course). They belong to an elite fraternity of bands (TREOS being the other) that made [...]

August 1, 2012 Articles, Interviews
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Interview – I Call Fives

On short notice, Drew Conte (pictured middle) was able to take some time to speak with us here at Type In Stereo. The bassist and founding member of New Jersey based pop-punk wunderkinds, I Call Fives, discussed their new album release, touring, [...]

July 21, 2012 Interviews
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Anton Dang of O’Brother Interview

O’Brother is a band that is carrying the torch for post-hardcore music. They have managed to adopt and adapt multiple musical styles into something genuinely new and exciting. Their 2011 release, Garden Window, is a beautifully crafted meditation on the [...]

June 18, 2012 Interviews
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Interview – Senses Fail

True story: Buddy Nielsen and Senses Fail helped me write the thesis for my Masters Degree. No, seriously. I was writing about five hours a night on my thesis for my MA in education (127 pages long in the end), [...]

May 30, 2012 Features, Interviews
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Interview – The Receiving End Of Sirens

Note: I thought about breaking this article up into two pieces because of the length, but decided against it because here at Type In Stereo we pride ourselves in the long form approach. Enjoy in its entirety.  I’ve wanted to [...]

May 14, 2012 Articles, Interviews
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Interview – Gates

At 30+ years old, I don’t get into a ton of new bands, maybe just a handful a year. I have a lot of musical holes filled with bands and artists with large discographies and if I’m in a certain [...]

May 2, 2012 Interviews
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Interview – Thrice

It was an extremely surreal feeling to be standing upstairs at the HMV Forum in London with Chris, waiting for Brian Southall, Thrice’s tour manager, to come get us for our interview. Yes, that Brian Southall, of Boys Night Out [...]

May 1, 2012 Features, Interviews
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Interview – You Blew It! (Topshelf Records)

I won’t bore you with too long of an intro today fellow readers, but the other day I had the privilege to talk to Topshelf records recording artist, You Blew It! who play a very raw style of emo/indie reminiscent [...]

April 29, 2012 Interviews
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Boys Night Out Trainwreck and Interview with Brian Southall

A concept record can be a pretty ambitious feat for any band to achieve. The unwashed masses tend to only think of the ‘Greats’ like Tommy, Sgt. Peppers, or Dark side of the Moon, but there have been quite a [...]

March 23, 2012 Articles, Interviews