ISSUE 44 featuring Go Radio, Mayday Parade & Valencia
This issue includes an interviews with those three lovely bands as well as an interview with the lovely girls of tuned in and an article about 360 Deals. Both covers in one (you flip it, it’s awesome!).
This is the final issue of Scene Trash Magazine (at least for a few years). All our issues are on sale. Issues 1-38 are on sale while supplies last for only $1. Issues 39-44 are being sold for $3. Buy more than one and we’ll throw in some pins, stickers, etc.
We’d like to thank everyone for all the support over the past 5 years. Please stick around a bit longer so you know what we have planned for the new year!
This is happening.
‘Tis The Season To Be Fearless
1. For All Those Sleeping - “Maybe This Christmas”
2. The Maine - “Ho Ho Hopefully”
3. Go Radio - “O Holy Night”
4. Breathe Carolina - “Mile High Christmas”
5. Amely - “Christmas Time Again”
6. Sparks The Rescue - “Christmas Brings Me Down”
7. Let’s Get It - “Down To Us”
8. Artist Vs Poet - “Christmas With You”
This is awesome. More importantly though, why is Every Avenue never on a Fearless Records compilation!?
As many of you know, Nate Flynn (formerly of Sing It Loud) is currently working on a solo project. He has been playing acoustic house shows around the Midwest and we’re looking into bringing him out to the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern states. We are looking into booking the shows March 4-13, 2011.
The cities we are looking at are:
- Baltimore, MD
- Richmond, VA
- VA Beach, VA
- Raleigh, NC
- Charlotte, NC
- Atlanta, GA
- Jacksonville, FL
- Orlando, FL
I (Heather) will be hosting the Charlotte date and we have a host for the Jacksonville date but we are currently looking for possible hosts for the other cities.
There will be a reasonable flat rate that will be charged each date to cover costs such as travel expenses and it will be up to each host to pay that set amount. We will not be selling tickets for the shows, it will be up to the host to either pay the amount straight-up or charge guests a ticket price to cover the cost.
The host’s address will not be made public for advertising of the shows, but we will be looking to post an email or a phone number so that people from the area can get in touch about coming to the show. If you wish to make the show private and invite-only, please let us know. Private shows will have a slightly higher rate than public shows.
What we are looking for in a host is someone who can provide an open living room/basement/backyard for the show to occur in and to be able to comfortably and legally* fit around 20 people.
*We cannot try to cram 50 people into a dorm room that can only hold 10, that violates several fire and safety codes and we don’t want anyone getting hurt. We also don’t want to host these shows in places where there could be a violation of visitor restrictions since most colleges/universities only allow a handful of visitors each night.
If you are interested in possibly hosting a date of this tour at your house, send an email to email@example.com with the following information:
- Your first and last name.
- Your age. We would prefer hosts to be 18+, if you are under the age of 18 we will require signed permission from a parent/guardian/or the homeowner.
- Your phone number.
- Your address and the proximity to one of the listed cities.
eg. 123 Any Street
Someplace, NC 12345
(20 mins from downtown Charlotte)
- A picture of your house/apartment/place of residence.
- Is there is ample parking for everyone attending? We don’t want people getting ticketed or towed.
If you know someone who might be interested in hosting a date, please reblog/forward this on to them so we can get in touch!
Baltimore this needs to happen, who can host?
For the next 4 weeks, I (Christine) am going to be all over the place to finish filming a documentary funded by my university (UMBC) for my senior project.
The documentary is about the music industry through the eyes of fans, parents, bands, labels, companies, non-profits, merchies, techs, etc. etc. etc. It is an examination on how the line between public and private life is blurred through social networking and what marketing tactics take place to cause such intense dedication to pop bands and build a sense of identity amongst adolescents.
Though I’ve done quite a few interviews, if I haven’t talked to you yet and you would like to provide your two cents (fans, parents, bands, anyone) and answer a few questions you can find me outside after the following shows in Baltimore this month:
If you don’t live in the mid-Atlantic and would like to be apart of this, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and possibly send in a video instead! I’ll update these shows soon, and may end up in NYC & Cali in the next few months so look out!
Reblog, retweet, post places if you want to help me out!
PS - Just to name drop and get your attention the bands that I have already interviewed for the film include: We The Kings, The Cab, Artist Vs. Poet, the Pretty Reckless, Terrible Things, Hey Monday, versaemerge, and countless others…