Women who are into Lord of The Rings & The Hobbit are, like, the coolest people in the world
A lot of bands would be aching to be in the position we are.
There's also a lot of gritty Americana type of bands. I actually have a lot of Britpop on my iPod, too.
Contemporary bands often will do tour-only releases pressed and sold only in Australia. Crikey!
Texas is a hotbed of insanely good bands and musicians.
We're one of the only bands that get censored for theological commentary.
I played in a couple of really crummy bands, including one in the dorm I was in at MIT, for a year or two.
Bulletin boards are sort of the garage bands of cyberspace.
I listened to Kanye West and also dove deep into bands like Radiohead, Portishead, and Bon Iver.
There are a lot of bands using self-abuse as a marketing gimmick.
There should be a lot of bands like the Go-Go's out there, but there aren't.
When I started playing, I played in R&B bands. I played James Brown, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding and all that.
We were lumped into the Lite Metal radio bands.
My favorite bands are Radiohead and Led Zeppelin, and all-time favorite album is 'Amnesiac' by Radiohead.
Bands don't last. Bands don't last forever - it's a rarity when they do.
I also have a recording studio that I use to produce bands.
Sonic Youth is one of my favorite bands.
In the '80s, we played the Roxy and the Whiskey with our bands.
England is a profoundly bizarre place that has produced thousands of bands the world has worshipped.