There's been a resurgence as of late, of bands that are a hybrid of nostalgia. A healthy mix of the 2000's emo sound, garage rock and the 90's punk that was classified as grunge later. PAWS takes this to whole new levels of sincere, loud, thrashing sounds. A three piece
We Are Scientists | Interview
PAWS | Interview
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New York-based indie rock band We Are Scientists will play Lee's Palace in Toronto on Tuesday, April the 22nd with pop-punk creators PAWS. Courtesy of Collective Concerts, A Music Blog, Yea? is giving away a pair of tickets to the show!
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We’re going all the way back, through all the interviews of the year, to give you the scoop on the best interview quotes of 2012! Here’s Part Six, featuring our interviews with General Fiasco, PAWS, Alt-J, Chapel Club and Bowling for Soup!
AMBY: And lastly, tell me something that nobody knows
After seeing PAWS' gigography for the first time, we couldn't help but be impressed. It honestly springs off the page as it goes on for miles and miles! The overwhelming amount of shows they played made us at AMBY think... "Which gigs are their favourites?" So we spoke to PAWS'
pawsGreeted with "Love from Copenhagen!" from PAWS as they embark on their tour was a great kick-off to our interview. I am completely struck with their music in the best of ways; their mix of punk-pop creates an extremely dynamic energy that I can't stop listening to. PAWS' frontman Phillip
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