Dropkick Murphys, the Get Up Kids and Rob Moir Enter Exclaim! TV Land

Dropkick Murphys, the Get Up Kids and Rob Moir Enter Exclaim! TV Land
If you've been looking for some visuals to go along with all that audio, be sure to check out the Exclaim! TV page, where you will see what talented musicians have been stopping by our office and to find out who Sam Sutherland has been catching up with on Garageland. Here's a peak at what you can find there right now.

Last week, we brought you Part One of a very entertaining interview between longtime friends Wax Mannequin and Mayor McCA. Now we're bringing you back to our upper deck for Part Two of the conversation. Check it out to learn about the bad jewelry decisions Wax Mannequin made in his youth and about mommy McCA's dreams of seeing her son become a figure skater. While you're there, don't forget to watch Wax Mannequin performing the song "Feelings" off of his 2009 release Saxon.

Meanwhile, downstairs in the Exclaim! meeting room we had Rob Moir stop by to play us an unreleased song called "Lost and Found (Like You)." He also answered a few questions for us, getting super deep and new age-y about his biggest fear. Then he told us about screwing up a coffee order for Wayne's World babe Tia Carrere.

Over in Garageland, Sutherland talks to some familiar faces in punk. One of those is Dropkick Murphys vocalist Al Barr (pictured), who tells us about seeing a crowd of painted faces singing along to the band's tunes at a black metal festival in Belgium and about getting Bruce Springsteen to contribute to the latest Dropkicks album Going Out in Style. The Get Up Kids' Matt Pryor and Jim Suptic also made their way into Garageland this week and talk to us about everything that has to do with their recent reunion.

Sutherland also interviews the Wonder Years bassist Josh Martin about charting on the Billboard 100 and seeing both 13-year-olds and dads singing along to the band's songs at their shows.

Watch these these videos and more over at the Exclaim! TV section now.