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Remember last year’s Warped tour?  Yeah, we do too. It was ahhmazing.  This year’s Warped Tour is only a few months away and we couldn’t be more excited!  Looking at some of our Warped interview videos, we came across the one we did with Phone Calls From Home. [Link HERE!]

We decided to check up on them and came across their newest release, One and Done.  It is fantastic!  A compilation of covers including:

01.  Never Gonna Give You Up

02.  Breakfast at Tiffany’s

03.  (I’m Gonna Be) 500 Miles

04.  (I Just) Died In Your Arms

05.  We Built This City

06.  867-5309 (Jenny)

07.  She’s a Maniac

Totally sing-along worthy and it definitely gets us excited for this summer’s tour.  We cannot wait to see who we’ll come across. Hopefully another gem like these guys! Make sure you take a listen on PureVolume and of course, follow them on Twitter and like them on Facebook.

~T

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It was only a few months ago that the sweaty summer event known as Warped Tour made its mark with mosh pits all over the United States. If you’re one of the few who literally count down the time until the next Warped Tour, you’re in luck. Vans Warped tour has already announced the first five bands!

The first five bands that will be attending the 2012 Warped Tour are:

In addition to the bands, Warped Tour has also announced some of the dates for the 2012 tour. If your favorite band hasn’t been announced yet, do not fret. There will be many more bands announced in upcoming months. Also, there are opportunities for input. Either go to the Warped Tour Facebook Page or the Warped Tour message board to tell them what bands you’d like to see.

Get those fists ready for this year’s Warped Tour, it is already showing sings of  being one of the best music events yet. Tickets can be purchased starting April 6, 2012, make sure to get them early.

In addition, take our poll to tell us what band you’d like to see added to this year’s Warped Tour! The band with the most votes will get an album review from us.

 

~R

Where else will you find an interview with members from Relient K and Every Avenue?

Dave Strauchman, Warped Tour Milwaukee

With a guest appearance from Go Radio?!

Only here on Stork Music, of course.

Check out Every Avenue concert photos here, and watch the interview below! Then scroll down to read the rest!

Word Association- continued:

Every Avenue Fans

Matt: Sweet and sassy.

Josh: Saucelitos!

Relient K fans

Josh: Beautiful. I’m a Relient K fan, I’m pretty beautiful.

Groupies

Matt: Grouper.

Jimmie: Wait, what? The fish?

Casey Anthony

Josh: Oh, god. Shithead? Does that count?

Harry Potter

Josh: UH, LIFE!

Matt: Nerds!

Twitter

Matt: Feather ruffling.

Immature

Josh: Uh, me.

Matt: Josh. Yes.

Jimmie: All of us everyday, everybody.

If you could have a stork bring you one thing, what would it be?

Matt: Myself as a baby. Dude, I would tell myself all the things I did wrong, like I’d be like ‘yo, stay away from that chick.’

Jimmie: I’d like to get a baby Jesus. I would keep that for sure.

Matt: You could save the world with that.

Josh: Uh, Tom Selleck’s mustache!

Matt: That can fly on its own.

Josh: You kind of that inspired for me, Matt.

~T

“We have a high energy show; we sweat a lot.” -Alexander Reed, Go Radio

Nintendo 3DS Stage, Warped Tour Milwaukee

Simply put, as talented and polished as Go Radio is lyrically, they are equally as talented live.  With fans dedicated enough to land Go Radio on the cover of AP magazine’s ‘We Are Warped’ issue, it’s clear the band has an enormous fanbase— who all show up to sets to sing along and belt their hearts out.  As much as the fans give, Go Radio reciprocates with a noteworthy onstage performance, jumping around and keeping fans interested by changing tempo— switching between tracks like ‘Any Other Heart’ and  the swoon-worthy ‘Goodnight Moon.’

The Truth Is‘ Stork Music has an obvious penchant for all things Go Radio. Especially these photos from Go Radio’s Milwaukee Warped Tour set.

Watch this interview with Alex Reed of Go Radio as he discusses fans asking for sweat-soaked underwear, the perils of tour life and his desire for an iPhone 4.

Make sure to check out the band on FaceBook, Twitter and iTunes!

~T

T got a chance to sit down with two of the guys from Phone Calls From Home and have a nice chat— talking about first impressions of Milwaukee, celebrity lookalikes, their positive message in their music, Casey Anthony and Dave’s weird songwriting habits.

Check out the band on Twitter, Facebook, MySpace and PureVolume!

See a Phone Calls From Home show the next time you get the chance!

~T

Interview with Lacerda!

Posted: July 22, 2011 by tweerexy in Interview
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Stork Music had a chance to sit down with lead singer of Lacerda, Milenko Vujosevic at the Vans Warped Tour and chat about music, Betty White and immaturity.

Keep an eye out for a review of their album soon, but in the meantime, watch this interview and enjoy!

You can find the band on Facebook, Twitter and iTunes!

~T

Although their sobriety was questionable, Asking Alexandria gripped their high energy audience from the beginning of their Warped Tour performance in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  Their viscous crowd held no benevolence for one another as they smashed their way to the front rows and attempted to start their pits during any breakdown. This was only egged on by lead singer Danny Warsnop who told them that every other memeber of the crowd was their enemy and they were to show no mercy. This lead to more crowd surfing and brutality from spectators who were already rowdy.

They chanted along, with intensity, to songs such as , “Not The American Average”, and “I Was Once, Possibly,Maybe A Cowboy King”, and “The Final Episode” off the album Stand Up And Scream, and “Breathless”, To the Stage”, and “A Lesson Never Learned” from their newest album Reckless And Relentless (released April 2011).  In general there was never a calm moment during AA’s powerful show.

They finished their show with one of their biggest hits, pre-released single, Morte et Dabo. It was the song their audience had been anticipating for the entire show, which was made obvious by their instant reaction to the intro. Energy from both the band and crowd members peaked during that  song. The band excited with a successful performance under their belt and their audience begging for more from the controversial, yet appreciated UK band.

~R