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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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New Album, New Split, What Next?

Posted April 14, 2011 by admin

It’s been a while since I’ve interviewed The Icarus Line camp, or heard any news about the band recently. Luckily, I was able to pin Joe down and talk to him about what he’s been up to, and what The Icarus Line intend to do for the remainder of the year. It is worth noting […]

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Interview with Aaron North

Posted September 14, 2019 by admin

As someone who has been a massive fan of The Icarus Line since THAT 5K Kerrang review, what can’t be emphasized enough is just how much of an impact Aaron North had whilst he was in the band – whether it be through Buddyhead or via his own numerous interviews that he conducted over the […]

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Mono Wiki

Posted February 26, 2010 by admin

Here is info about The Icarus Line’s ‘Mono’ album taken from Wikipedia. Mono was the first album from The Icarus Line. It was originally released May 8, 2001 in the U.S. by Crank! Records on CD, and Buddyhead on LP. The album was recorded throughout two separate sessions in 2000. The first of these were […]

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Interview with Alvin DeGuzman

Posted April 17, 2012 by admin

Imagine my surprise on attending The Icarus Line’s concert at Buffalo Bar (London) and seeing Alvin DeGuzman – one of the original members of the band and whose absence from the ranks only served to remind me of how difficult it can be to maintain any semblance of congruence when it comes to interpersonal relationships. […]

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