Category Archives: Audio
Robin Thicke’s song ”Blurred Lines” is one of the biggest hits of the year. In fact, it’s so damn catchy that it’s blurred the lines between genres (see what we did there?). Indie rockers Vampire Weekend recently covered the track, and in our opinion they did a damn fine job! Check it out for yourself!
Nick Hexum and P-Nut from 311 sit down with us to talk about Lakers basketball. Why did P-Nut get into a shouting match with some women in the crowd at a game? Listen to this edition of Back Order to find out.
Mark Hoppus from Blink-182 talks about the band that changed his life, and his son jumping behind the mic. Those stories on this edition of Back Order.
Someone once dared to compare AWOLNATION to Meatloaf!! That story and more on this edition of Back Order.
How did hip-hop inspire The Neighbourhood? Listen to this edition of Back Order to find out!
Patrick Carney, drummer for The Black Keys, steps behind the mic to explain why winning a Grammy award feels kinda weird…
Passion Pit play live, exciting music. It makes you dance, it makes you move, it makes you… sleep? Listen to this edition of Back Order as lead singer Michael Angelakos remembers a show when one fan was sleeping in the front row!
Why would Tom Morello dream of wearing spandex? Listen to this Back Order podcast to find out!
Not the official logo for “Back Order”. We don’t have one yet, ok? So just get off our backs.
The guys behind the scenes at “Out Of Order” have gone too long without being heard! Now, Producer Corey and Engineer Ted are coming together to bring you the new podcast “Back Order”. Each week, they’ll feature interview clips from some of your favorite rock stars – and we’re starting things off with Muse!
It’s the best way to spend 2 minutes of your life. So click the link and listen to “Back Order” now!
Written by Out Of Order staff
Our old friend Tom Morello was kind enough to hang out with us for a little while. We talked about his new song with Serj Tankian and Tim from Rise Against, his deep love for Bruce Springsteen, and Rage Against The Machine’s debut album turning 20 years old. Check out the video clips after the jump…