Wednesday, October 21, 2009

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Getting to Know... Via Tania

Posted: 21 Oct 2009 09:00 AM PDT

Written by: Vanessa MachirTania Bowers, a.k.a Via Tania, spent her teenage years doing what so many of us from quiet suburbs did--sneaking into music venues to see local bands she loved. In order to avoid ever-present security, Tania, who grew up outside of Sydney, Australia, says she used to hide in the bathroom. But by the time she finally turned 18, Tania had secured herself a much better

New Tunes Tuesday #76

Posted: 21 Oct 2009 01:04 AM PDT

Slice - Five For Fighting The singer-songwriter has come a long way after releasing the single in July of this year. The title of the album is fan suggested, according to John Ondrasik's myspace. The album contains the aforementioned single "Chances." If you're buying off iTunes, you'll be able to get an extra track, "Nowhere Bar." Five for Fighting has spent almost 3 years recording Slice, and

Concert Review: Melissa Auf der Maur @ The Knitting Factory, 10/17

Posted: 21 Oct 2009 08:47 AM PDT

Melissa Auf der Maur, with Blacklist, Mike Edison & The Space Liberation Army, and Kid Savant at The Knitting Factory, Brooklyn, 10/17/2009Written by: Stephanie GortonThe New York City subway is maddening on weekends. The F train stops running and the G terminates early, but once you get to the recently-opened Knitting Factory in Williamsburg, the stress drifts away. The space is warm and the

CD Review: Default "Comes and Goes"

Posted: 20 Oct 2009 12:00 PM PDT

Written by: Brian CampbellDefault - Comes And Goes (EMI) Usually, going four years in-between major releases could cause a band to develop a little rust. And switiching record labels in that downtime might even cause some bands to simply call it a day and fade into the night, but not Default. Their latest, Comes and Goes, is the first offering from the group since 2005's One Thing Remains, and

NashVegas Stripped - "Devil Went Down to Georgia"

Posted: 20 Oct 2009 11:24 AM PDT

We have another new column for you on MCMB. Instead of "Folked-Up Friday", we now have Martin Baggs writing a new column called "NashVegas Stripped". This column will feature all the dirty details into the secret lives of Nashville musicians. Check back each week to see what's next...Written by: Martin Baggs There are two fiddle tunes that internationally/nationally reign supreme. Regardless of

Video of the Day: The Cinematics "Love and Terror"

Posted: 20 Oct 2009 10:00 AM PDT

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