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ICARUS LINE INTERVIEW (2008) – DAY AFTER SHOW @ ‘OLD BLUE LAST’ (part 2)

Posted March 4, 2013 by admin

Apologies for any delays to the site, and apologies again for publishing the following interview – which was originally conducted in 2008 with ex-members Jason DeCorse and James Striff, alongside present member Alvin DeGuzman, on the morning after The Icarus Line played at The Old Blue Last (London). Due to the length of the interview, […]

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More Reviews, Interviews and Articles

Posted November 8, 2015 by admin

With the recently released All Things Under Heaven getting pretty good reviews across the board, one more admirer who has come to appreciate ATUH is Ronald of Ronald Says. Arguing that “All Things Under Heaven is an impressive record”, Ronald also states that The Icarus Line have “never sounded so angry as on their new […]

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Old Wikipaedia Entry for The Icarus Line

Posted December 30, 2009 by admin

This is some funny shit. It was posted on the band’s Wiki page in July 2008. Anyway, here it is for you all to read. In 1996, Aaron North (who had been working at Revelation Records with Joe Cardamone) and Lance Arnao joined a local band Kanker Sores whose other members at the time included […]

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The Icarus Line at The Troubadour (2001)

Posted March 22, 2015 by admin

The following scans were printed in Kerrang #857 (June 16 2001). They reveal news about when The Icarus Line were about to tour the UK, and also give an indication as to what UK audiences could expect from the “irrepressible LA punk kids” after the band hosted an album release party for their Mono debut […]

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“Lost” Jubilee recordings unearthed

Posted December 13, 2015 by admin

A few recordings of Aaron North’s still-born Jubilee project recently surfaced on the net. Although no-one is admitting as to who was responsible, the following is still a sad reminder of what could have been. Check out the tracks below: Thanks to Stephen Leigh for informing me of the above.

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