Music Meter Monday Tag Archive

The Lighthouse and the Whaler On: How A Navy Seal Is Like A Musician

Posted November 5

Welcome to another edition of Music Meter Monday, in which we profile bands who are climbing the MTV Music Meter. This week, we caught up with Ohio indie pop band The Lighthouse and the Whaler, who were spotted on the charts lately following the release of their sophomore album, This Is An Adventure. [Ed Note: The band is no longer charting very highly. We did this interview before Hurricane Sandy and had to hold it until now. They are still interesting dudes, though. Keep reading.]

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Music Meter Monday: Atlas Genius & Their Unexpected Rise

Posted October 8

Welcome to another edition of Music Meter Monday, in which we profile bands who are climbing MTV’s Music Meter charts. This week, we chatted with Keith Jeffrey, lead singer of Australian brother act Atlas Genius, about breaking out via blogs, playing tunes with your brothers and the power of Nirvana (the band, not the religious concept).

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Music Meter Monday: Com Truise Really Loves His Mom

Posted September 17

Welcome to another edition of Music Meter Monday, in which we highlight bands who are climbing the MTV Music Meter. This week, we caught up with Com Truise — a.k.a. Seth Haley — an electronic musician from New Jersey who appears to be a bit of a mama’s boy.

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Music Meter Monday: Blackbird Blackbird Is Addicted To Making Tunes

Posted September 10

Mikey Maramag (a.k.a. Blackbird Blackbird) goes by as many aliases as a master crook, but he’s not into stealing things — unless you count samples. He’s just really into making music, and one band doesn’t suffice.

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Music Meter Monday: Star Slinger Moves Away From Sampling With New Album

Posted August 6

Welcome to another addition of Music Meter Monday, where we profile bands who are climbing the MTV Music Meter. This week, we caught up with Darren Williams — a.k.a. Star Slinger — a hip-dop and dance producer who is constantly looking to bend and change the genre to his musical will.

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