Published Aug 09, 2010Wake those sleepy eyes and kick-start your week by checking out our latest escapades on Garageland. Head on over to the Exclaim! TV section to check out all our latest episodes.
We're continuing with the second instalment of our special feature on the expanding independent music scene in Taiwan, with our episode featuring editor-in-chief James Keast and Exclaim! TV host Sam Sutherland. Discover how bands overcame censorship to become original artists rather than American cover bands, how a makeshift record store in bathroom stalls turned into a legitimate business, and the importance of Spring Scream.
If you aren't already caught up, be sure to pay a visit to our previous Garageland episodes, including the first instalment of our Taiwan series. Also, Joey Cape and Tony Sly discuss mixing music and drugs, and we stir up at little trouble at this year's Vans Warped Tour when artists are asked to name the best and worst bands on the tour.
Lastly, find out why D-Sisive's Polaris Music Prize-nominated Let the Children Die is no longer available for purchase and how he narrowly escaped being sued.
So head on over to the Exclaim! TV section to check out these Garageland episodes and more.