Being so used to arriving at a concert venue and hearing the sounds of voices shouting over music, beer bottles clinking and of course loud tunes pumping through giant, suspended speakers, the silence around me feels unnatural – like the calm before a storm.
PopCounterCulture has been following Josh, Matt, Mike and Ian, better known as Marianas Trench since 2006’s Fix Me and we would sincerely like to report that they have matured since the Shake Tramp era, but they haven’t. And that’s exactly why we and the rest of the world loves them so dearly!
PopCounter Culture caught up with MC Bucky from Down With Webster to chat about the bands upcoming album, budding egos, and their number one goal.
When at one time music was dominated by sex, drugs and rock n’ roll, Natalia Kills represents a fresh breed of artists that are ringing in a new era of music through sex, love, control and vanity.
Sometimes all we really want is the sweet, sweet sounds of melodic and mindlessly infectious pop tunes. No political statements. No strange, experimental noise; just a good old-fashioned pop track.
“Of course it bugs me,” says Sean Foreman, seated in a cramped dressing room backstage at Vancouver’s Vogue Theatre.