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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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The Icarus Line featured in NME 6 July 2002

Posted May 3, 2015 by admin

As someone who was an unashamed “Kerrang kid” growing up, I normally never associated myself with NME and its indie championing rhetoric. Of course I sometimes made an exception, and this is one of those rare few occasions when I did go out of my way to pick up an issue. Incidentally enough, it featured […]

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Magnet Magazine, Assorted Interviews, Tour

Posted November 1, 2015 by admin

The Icarus Line were heavily featured in Magnet Magazine recently. This may be due to the fact that the publication highly recommended All Things Under Heaven recently, and in any case, you can read Joe Cardamone’s guest editing contributions towards the publication below: FROM THE DESK OF THE ICARUS LINE: AMERICAN PRIMITIVE #1 FROM THE […]

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Official Danke Schons Rockumentary

Posted June 24, 2010 by admin

Another spoof rockumentary video in which Joe Cardamone gets to flex his Spinal Tap rock star routines. I actually missed this the first time round, but am including it here now…

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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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