October 10, 2011

How Not to Interview Ryan Adams

Singer/songwriter Ryan Adams was looking forward to his recent chat with LA Weekly writer Drew Fortune. Adams is a big fan of two of the publication’s scribes and expected to

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New Aron Magner Interview Hints at Unclear Future For the Disco Biscuits

Two years ago, the Disco Biscuits were smack dab in the middle of their busiest year of touring in a decade and seemed to be gaining fans at an impressive rate. 2010 and 2011 have been much slower years for the group leaving tDB fans hoping that 2012 would mark a return to extensive tours. From the responses given in a new interview with Disco Biscuits/Conspirator keyboardist Aron Magner about the Biscuits’ future, those fans shouldn’t hold their breath.

[Photo by Jeremy Gordon]


Magner spoke with scribe Travis Newbill of South Florida’s New Times for a preview of this past Saturday night’s Conspirator gig in Fort Lauderdale and made it clear not all is well in the Disco Biscuits world. There’s no doubt Aron loves touring and that Conspirator fills that void for him. The keyboardist is very frank in his response about what lies ahead for the Biscuits…

The members of the band just aren’t seeing eye to eye with what we need to do in order to take the current band to the next level. And I don’t know whether that’s going to involve taking a little breather for a few months or really what’s around the corner from there, to be quite honest with you.

READ ON for more on the Disco Biscuits’ future…

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Briefly: Goin’ Furthur at the Knick

Post-Jerry act Furthur was scheduled to perform at the Bryce Jordan Center on the campus of Penn State University in State College, Pennsylvania on November 15. That show has been

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HT Giveaway: Marco Benevento Prize Pack

HT fave Marco Benevento has a full dance card for the next few months as he takes his trio up and down the East and West Coasts this fall. The run includes residencies at both Radio Bean in Burlington, Vermont and at the Red Door in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and a House of Usher Halloween show on October 29 at Burlington’s FlynnSpace.


Marco’s band for the East Coast swing features Dave Dreiwitz of Ween on bass and drummer Andy Borger (Tom Waits, Norah Jones). For the West Coast dates, Marco will perform with Borger and Tea Leaf Green’s Reed Mathis on bass/guitar. In addition to his trio shows, Benevento will also play a pair of solo piano shows in November; one opening for Bela Fleck and the Flecktones in Philadelphia and another along with Superhuman Happiness in NYC. Tickets for every show are on sale now, so head over to Royal Potato Family’s blog for info for more details.

We’ve teamed up with Marco for the latest installment of our Everybody Wins When We Plug Something And In Return They Offer Us Free Shit To Give Away program. We’re giving away a copy of the Radio Bean poster above AND a copy of the Live in NYC: The Sullivan Hall Residency DVD to a lucky reader. To enter, simply leave a comment below detailing a song you think would make a great cover for Marco’s trio. Enter a second time by leaving your song request on our Facebook wall.

Here’s the fine print…

  • To enter the contest, leave a comment below telling us which song you’d like to see Marco Benevento cover
  • You can enter a second time by leaving a similar comment on the wall of the Hidden Track Facebook Page
  • Your comment(s) must be left by 11:59 AM EST on October 11
  • Anybody entering more than once on Facebook or at the bottom of this post will be disqualified, tarred and feathered
  • One winner will be selected at random from all entries
  • HT staff members are not eligible to win

READ ON for a full list of Marco’s tour dates…

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Video: Wooden Shjips – Lazy Bones

It’s been 40+ years since the heyday of San Francisco’s influential psychedelic rock scene, when bands like the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane and Quicksilver Messenger Service provided the soundtrack. In the

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Televised Tune: On the Tube This Week

It’s another good week for late night music with Ryan Adams on Conan (Monday), Cake on Craig Ferguson (Wednesday), Portugal.The Man on Carson Daly (Wednesday) and The Moody Blues on

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Cale Gontier of Art of Dying (INTERVIEW)

Welcome to the world of Art Of Dying, a band out of Canada, that has been killing it on the recent Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival Tour and gaining new fans by the thousands. With their Vices & Virtues CD a strong success and a new single, “Get Thru This”, just hitting the charts, the band is on a meteoric rise.

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Yellow Dubmarine: Abbey Dub

It is highly unlikely the Fab Four considered the possibility of infusing Abbey Road with the rhythms of Jamaica when they recorded the landmark album at the end of their career in 1969. It takes a lot of gusto for a young band of white musicians from the east coast of America, named Yellow Dubmarine no less, to attempt a full-fledged reggae reinterpretation of an album long considered one of the greatest records of all time and a pinnacle of the LP format.

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