Music Interviews

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280CityandColour"Watch the skate video credits and then go to the record store"
280BlackHearts"I feel I'm in my own reality, at times. That's just what artist have to do"

280blackCobra"The theme evolved into consciousness expansion, which sort of dealt with timelessness"



TrashTalk2index"...like a coked-out version of Rowdy Roddy Piper."

280shrine"...listening to Hawkwind and getting high"






280AFI"It’s heartbreaking to see how little music means to people in modern times."

280cocksparrer"If punk rock was ever needed, it’s needed now."
280_parson_redheads-5037“It becomes necessary to have two definitions of pop. Can you put the Beatles in the same category as the new Shakira song?”

280youngoffenders“You don’t really want to be the guy talking about his own nickname”






280slayer"It’s still about speed and heaviness but 
there’s also definitely a group soul."


280index"We have a sacred mission to bring the power of hardcore to the people."
280friendly_fires"A crack addict was throwing a dead cat on me last night"
SurferBlood_index"This one band has contracts that say they have to get their hair cut"

SVindexSan Francisco Thrash Metal ledgends, Stone Vengeance, straight out of Hunters Point.


JR_Reid"The roads are too broken to skateboard 
in Jamaica."

BujuBaton"...everyone should be able to smoke marijuana, everyone should have the herb smoking card."


TooShort"I don’t think selling tapes out of the trunk is a lost art..."





FeverRay"I've never been that afraid of the dark."

TotalAbuse"I have no weird allegiance with people just because they skate."

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Dustin Dollin graces the cover of the September issue, screeching a hellacious 180 nosegrind at the Hollywood Bowl. The hits keep coming inside: Matt Bennett, Jake Donnelly and Wes Kremer get grilled; Element traverses Taiwain; Vol 4 hits the road (and the spliffs) for SXSW; a 16-page photo feature blows some stoke in your eyes; EMB OG James Kelch talks Classic Graphics and Cory Kennedy talks some shit. Yeah, that'll do it. Add this one to your collection.