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Tag Archives: Motion City Soundtrack
Returning for its seventh incarnation, it seems a lifetime ago since I attended the first ever Slam Dunk Festival way back in 2006. And how things have changed. It’s nice to see that from a single stage out on Millennium … Continue reading
2010 has been a great year for albums. And by great, I mean GREAT. Here are the 10 albums that have made this year unforgettable! Continue reading
Support: Jenny Owen Youngs The start of a new tour is always exciting for any band. For Motion City Soundtrack there’s added cause for celebration, having just released fourth album ‘My Dinosaur Life’ despite numerous setbacks which delayed its recording. … Continue reading
Fresh from supporting Blink 182 in the states, and returning to the UK with new release ‘My Dinosaur Life’, LTS caught up with Motion City Soundtrack’s keyboardist Jesse Johnson to discuss recording, broken bones and their lack of gang vocals. … Continue reading