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“That’s seriously how we worked out what to do with some of the demos – if we put them on and people started moving, then we knew we were on the right track.”
Across the pages of Mixdown, you'll find countless bands and artists that can tell you the inner workings of every single pedal, amp and piece of guitar gear they own – right down to the serial number. Full disclosure: Skeggs is not that band.
Passenger’s Mike Rosenberg Chats Embracing America On His New Album & Why He’s Chill With Being A One Hit Wonder
Two major events recently happened within the camp of Passenger, the nom de plume of singer-songwriter Mike Rosenberg.
How one of indie rock's definitive acts are moving forward by coming full circle.
From The Killers to the Red Hot Chili Peppers, there are a key group of marquee rock bands that — regardless of what you think of them — have made good use of the platform they’ve been given, and share it with a few less-likely contenders.
Twenty years ago, Ben Gibbard’s college dorm-room solo project officially turned into a band with Something About Airplanes, the debut studio album from Death Cab for Cutie.
25 years ago, David Baddiel was one of the biggest names in British comedy.
There’s a popular phrase and hashtag that gets used quite often over on Twitter: “Not The Onion.”