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The Flight Of Icarus

Posted April 26, 2015 by admin

For a while now, I’ve been wondering as to whether I still had in my possession the original Kerrang article which announced Aaron North’s exit from The Icarus Line stable. Luckily, I was able to find it recently (in Kerrang #1044 February 19 2005), and am posting it here below: Also, and I think I […]

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Aaron North has a new website…

Posted April 13, 2015 by admin

It pretty much consists of old Jubilee related blog posts thus far, but Aaron North appears to have a “new” (old?) personal website up. As to whether this signals his desire to carve out his own niche via the internet – and not be associated with other people – only time will tell. But given […]

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The Angry Brigade

Posted April 5, 2015 by admin

The icarus line still the greatest punk band on the planet. Everyone else is just playing. @TheIcarusLine — Stevie Chick (@stevie_chick) October 29, 2013 Having written about the band on a number of occasions – most notably for The Quietus, his blog, and for his rejuvenated Loose Lips Sink Ships project – Stevie Chick once […]

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Kerrang Odds N’ Sods

Posted March 29, 2015 by admin

Due to their lack of sizable scope, the following articles have all been collated from various issues of Kerrang and presented here in one big post. So here goes… First up is Kerrang #1011 June 26 2004 in which Travis Keller was featured as being 37th in the magazine’s ‘The A-List – The 100 Most […]

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L.A.’s Most Notorious Rock Brand Stages a Comeback (Of Sorts)

Posted July 9, 2014 by admin

MySpace (that little known social networking site from yester-year) recently published an article on The Icarus Line. More of a history lesson then anything else, the feature encompasses all of the band’s formative years, and brings us square up to date as to what Joe and the gang are up to now. There’s also a […]

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