Mewithoutyou frontman Aaron Weiss discusses the meaning, or lack thereof, in his songs, and he talks about how his understanding of god and religion, and his search for peace have changed over the years.
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Koji talks about how he approaches writing music, combining his art with community service, and how growing up with military family members contributed to his desire to use music for greater purposes. He also performs an acoustic version of his song "Fury" and discusses how burning out and hitting a new low inspired his new music. And he covers "Biomusicology" by Ted Leo and the Pharmacists in the basement of St. Vitus in Brooklyn, NY. He opens up about his influence behind learning the song—a friend of his who was killed in a suicide bombing. Click through to watch all videos.
Early this month, Rocky Votolato came through Brooklyn to play one of his living room shows at Suburbia. He took some time to play a couple songs for us, and he opened up about dealing with severe depression throughout his whole life and he talked about a period in his life when he felt suicidal. Most importantly, he explains how he keeps himself moving forward and what part music plays in that.
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There's no one else on television who stands up for veterans like Jon Stewart does on The Daily Show. He will be missed when he leaves the show later this year. Watch part 1 and 2 of his commentary on the Department of Veterans of Affairs below.
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Check out the latest video from Goldhouse featuring footage of U.S. troops coming home and surprising their families. Get ready to feel some things.
Taylor, Brandon and CJ from Handguns talk about how they each began playing music, how they write together, and the bands the music they put on when they're feeling down.
Earlier this month, we sat down with Kevin Dye from Gates at St. Vitus in Brooklyn to talk about musical influences, how he started playing music and his writing process. Kevin also plays an acoustic version of the first song Gates wrote together and covers "Table for Glasses" by Jimmy Eat World.
Members of Real Friends, Neck Deep, Have Mercy, Cruel Hand and Better Off took some time to film a special message for the men and women in uniform.
Major League singer/guitarist Brian Joyce performs "Montreal" and discusses the years that he has dealt with depression and explains where the title for the new album came from.
Thanks to Molly Hudelson from Circles & Soundwaves for sound recording.
The guys from Switchfoot talk about how they got started in music and which bands help get them through hard times.