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Dick Valentine (Electric Six) Interview

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Electric Six, infamous for their eccentricities and desperate need to rock just released their second album, Senor Smoke two days before this interview was conducted. There is a follow up article based on these transcripts, titled, Less Melotron, More Electricity: A look at the Greatest Detroit Electro-Synth Dance Rock band.

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The Dropkick Murphys Interview

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Marc Orrell of The Dropkick MurphysIt takes a strong work ethic to reach the peak of the Punk Rock world. Bodies litter the rocky road to the top, and though it never really looks much different than base camp, many still make the journey.

It also takes the release of consistent, quality music to reach the level of the Dropkick Murphys. Sporting blue collars rather than Mohawks, the Murphys stand out from a lot of other punk bands out there because of more than just success…

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Ellie Vee (The Charms) Interview

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The transcripts from a July 2006 interview with lead singer/guitarist Ellie Vee of Boston garage rock band, The Charms. The band is composed of Ellie Vee, Joe Wizda [lead guitar/vocals], Prince Frederick [drums, vocals] and Mark Nigro [bass]. The Charms have been featured in the Jim Jarmusch film, Broken Flowers, as well as MTV Made. They are also ranked number one on Little Steven’s Underground Garage Rock radio for their last record, Pussycat [2005]. The interview was conducted over the phone.

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The Black Spoons Interview

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MVRemix’s resident punk/rock writer Wes Kirk interviews Tom Sean of the New York rock band The Black Spoons, who is gassing up the tour van at a Texaco station somewhere in Pennsylvania…

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Saturday Looks Good To Me

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Fred Thomas - Saturday Looks Good To MeAlex Goldberg caught up with Fred Thomas of Saturday Looks Good To Me in August of 2006. Here are the transcripts of their little interview.