Vol 1 No. 10, Week of May 2, 2011
In this issue: Ian Fowles gets spiritual in the desert, Fictionist can’t stop winning, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir gets manly, The Killers reunite, The Barefoot Movement lose us, a great gift for yo momma, all this PLUS Is Oskama Bin Laden going to have to break up now? and MORE!
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Vol 1 No. 4, Week of March 14, 2011
In this issue: A Mormon hits #1 on Billboard; various linescratchers play a ridiculous amount of shows in Austin; Brandon Flowers plays Eden; The Sweater Friends promote Autism; The JaneDear girls give us some contraries to wrestle with, and we don’t talk about Jimmer Fredette leading BYU to the #3 NCAA seed, Brandon Davies and the honor code, how many babies John Stewart wants to have with The Book Of Mormon musical, or anything related to the 5 Browns because we’re too busy discussing whether Charlie Sheen is a Mormon, an ex-Mormon, and old school Mormon, a freelance Polygamist, or just a run-of-the-mill tigerblood. Continue reading “Linescratching Post for the week of March 14, 2011”
It’s good to start off a new feature with the three staples: Sister Missionaries, Drugs, and Rock n roll.
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Great new video just posted by our friends The Steelwells. These guys continue to grow, play shows, and write music. Check it out!
The Steelwells have been nominated for three 2010 OC Music Awards (awards for artists living in Orange Country, California). They have been nominated for:
Best New Artist
Best Song for “El Capitan”
The winners will be announced on March 6th, 2010.
In the musically fruitful land of Southern California (Fullerton to be exact), The Steelwells rock and work equally hard. Being in the music industry isn’t child’s play. Joey Winter, an avid blogger himself, recently had a conversation with Linescratchers about Indie rock, trying to balance music and faith, and making money. The Steelwells blend influences from across the grand swath of the modern Indie world (and add personality of their own), but Joey stresses that the important thing is the symbiotic relationship between the lyrics and the music, and above all, the communication to the listener.
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