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More Wakestock Interviews


If you didn't get a chance to chat up your favourite rock stars at Wakestock this year, never fear! BlogTO caught up with The Reason, Silverstein, The Salads, Ill Scarlett, and The Black Maria for some quick chats and random encounters! Hear what they have to say about the festival, their sets, the crowd and what's new in their hectic worlds.
(Keep checking this thread all week for more uploads!)

THE SALADS!
Check out what frontman Mista D has to say about Wakestock, Toronto crowds and getting robbed!
Listen To The MP3 Here!

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Mista D

ILL SCARLETT!
The uber-friendly and personable drummer Swav Pior and guitarist Will Marr offer their thoughts on Wakestock, landing a label and Burrito Boys.
Listen to the MP3 here

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Swav

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Will

The Black Maria!
Lead guitarist/backup vocalist Kyle Bishop shares with us his take on the technical difficulties of the Solo Mobile Stage, their position in the music world and what TBM hopes to accomplish.
Listen To The MP3 Here!

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Kyle

TBM Frontman Chris Gray speaks about familiar faces, shredding in cowboy boots and brotherhood.
Listen To The MP3 Here!

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Chris

Brand new TBM drummer Theo Mckibbon discusses how he joined the band, what his practice schedule's like and shares his enthusiasm with BlogTO.
Listen To The MP3 Here!

Silverstein!
BlogTO catches up with guitarist Neil Boshart to hear what he's been doing during the festival and learn what personality traits each band member brings to the table that makes them so awesome.
Listen To The MP3 Here!

The Reason!
Bassist Sean Palmer offers a smile, his thoughts on the new record and a gruesome tale of moshpit mayhem! Don't miss this one!
Listen To The MP3 Here!

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Sean


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