Thursday, March 15 2012
Max Bemis is probably best known for releasing one of the most acclaimed albums of the 2000s with his band Say Anything. Now, having uncovered a new societal rage after finding stability in his own life, he speaks open and candidly to PopMatters about his new album, his troubled past, and how even today, he still doesn't want to piss off his parents.
Tuesday, January 26 2010
Slipped Discs continues with Norwegian electro pop, lots of Scottish pop goodness, two rock institutions, a Soviet born chanteuse and many more. All records that missed our top 60 list last year.
Monday, March 12 2012
Emo's schizophrenic Poet Laureate loses his mind, pretentions on Say Anything's best record since ... is a Real Boy.
Thursday, November 5 2009
Max Bemis and co. have returned with one of the most self-referential albums to ever grace the emo-rock canon, and lo' and behold, it's one of Bemis' best.
Wednesday, October 31 2007
Somewhere within the two discs of In Defense of the Genre, a really good album is lurking.
Wednesday, September 29 2004
Monday, April 20 2009
Say Anything's Max Bemis recently reopened his "Song Shop", wherein you can "buy" a Say Anything song for $150, the finished acoustic number arriving in your inbox a week later. Yet is it worth it? Where does the line between creativity and commerce end?