Posts tagged sxsw
Posts tagged sxsw
Last night I saw New Found Glory and knew when I got home I needed to watch and recap The Vampire Diaries. Instead I fucked around on the same sites my mind mentally goes through over and over again, and didn’t get to TVD until 3am. For two hours I watched, took notes and recapped my heart out. Unhappy with the final product I headed to bed and am now regretting only getting five hours of sleep. Those are the types of wild nights I have; pop punk and teen vampire shows. I’m not fit for a real wild party, but the guys of Wild Party must be since that’s their name. They’d be weird to have my lifestyle, wouldn’t you say?
Wild Party is a young indie pop band from Texas who has a new EP coming your way in May. It currently inhabits my iTunes (jealous?), but it’s too soon to tell you about that, so instead we’ll give you a little something else, an interview. Wild Party’s Lincoln Kreifels was nice enough to chat SXSW times, an odd (but awesome) celebrity choice and more. So keep your eyes in the reading position and check all that out below…
China Rats “To Be Like I”
“…time’s running out,” a statement used by almost everyone, every day. It’s not only part of Tiger High’s Catacombs After Party, it’s my reality as I sit here after devouring a Hot Pocket (if you read my words regularly, I do eat those every other day). The bright red X’s on my 99 Cent Store calendar are adding up and as the start of an good times road trip nears, I should be happy about it, but time…I need more time. I have to write about this indie group Tiger High who come from Memphis, TN with a brand of rock that’s a little psychedelic and a lotta SXSW inspired, but I also have interviews to edit, more reviews to do and I have to write about why I love Zachery Quinto (don’t ask, well ask if you may) all before I head out or else I’ll be freaking out about it the whole time.
With a couple of movies coming out in 2012 based on a tale where several little guys who play a pivotal role, it’s only fitting that seven friends from LA who call themselves The Mowgli’s get themselves in the game as well, right? Although “Heigh Ho” isn’t in the roster, this band of seven merry men and women from the San Fernando Valley have a few songs up their sleeves for the world now, and an album full for later.