Warren Oakes left Against Me! to make burritos. James Montgomery discussed him in this week's Bigger Than the Sound. Read the article to find out how he left living the dream to live the American dream.
In honor of Earth Day, James Montgomery has written about ten albums that should be recycled (rediscovered). His choices include Deja Entendu, Pretty. Odd., and Catch Us For the Foxes. Check out his full list here. What albums do you think people should recycle today?
Well, you crapped on him for his selections for the year's best songs, so why not see if you agree with James Montgomery's list of 2008's Best Albums a little more? For added entertainment, James tossed up another video of his thoughts. Don't forget to delight in the comments from rabid Britney loyalists as well.
With the recent plane crash tragedy that directly impacted members of this music scene, James Montgomery has written about the statements that come from bands in support of tragedy. Are they necessary? He argues yes, in this week's Bigger Than the Sound.
James Montgomery writes about what he's learned so far from FNMTV, whether it be about All Time Low's "shameless aping of basically every Blink-182 video every made — minus, you know, all the clever bits", Vampire Weekend's inability to be interesting on TV, or even the fact that Beyonce's dad wants to kick his ass, and more in this week's Bigger Than the Sound.
MTV's James Montgomery whines and complains about not getting anything for all of the hard work he's put into being a music journalist in this week's Bigger Than the Sound. Looks like his moaning got him what he wanted though, as Pete Wentz (Fall Out Boy) has promised to send over a (pity) platinum plaque.
In this week's Bigger Than The Sound column, James Montgomery talks about the effect of the movie "There Will Be Blood" on him, and how it has made him want to "Plainview" everyone, from Tom Delonge for canceling on him because James was out to get him to the AP.net readers who talk sh-- on him.