Published Apr 06, 2011After another month of blood, sweat and editor-induced tears, Exclaim!'s entire April issue is now online and making its way across the country. But before you pick up your copy, check out all the latest April issue contents at Exclaim.ca.
Timber Timbre are kicking off the new season on our cover, chatting about their new album Creep On Creepin' On, which finally saw its release this week. The members shed light on the band's mystique, the making of the album and how they are growing together, among other things.
In this month's Questionnaire, we chatted with cult icon Beth Ditto, frontwoman for the Gossip. Ditto filled us in on her solo EP, her new clothing line, oral fixations and her days working at Subway. In April's Timeline, we have Dave Grohl. We follow Grohl through his beginning in punk to Nirvana to the last decade where he was able to cast off the shadow of his grunge-era band with Foo Fighters and Them Crooked Vultures. Fitting for the spring issue, Grohl said he wants to write an album about his 20-year career, as it has been one of survival and new beginnings.
In our Interviews section, we caught up with the likes of the Strokes, hot off the release of Angles, as well as Mother Mother, who chatted with us about their new album Eureka. Also featured this month are the Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Shotgun Jimmie, KEN Mode and Classified.
In Music School this month, Allison gives her two cents on the SOCAN compensation and how being a member has its perks and its downfalls. We also discuss AUX and the Future of Music Videos, as well as chat with Chin Injeti in Where I Play.
Finally, in videogames this month, we talk about Nintendo's 3DS and the future of 3D gaming.
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