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The acoustic version of their big hit proves to show that they are not a generic boy band. Not only do they play their own instruments, but they understand the intricate art of harmonizing with only a simple melody to go by. “Desperate Measures” is the perfect introduction to American audiences. Not only does it cater to the American sound, but it also has a great comedic video, which is something Marianas Trench is known for in Canada. Powered by an electric guitar, the band employs the use of auto tune, not because of minimal talent, but because it sounds really damn cool!
Check out the full review on Amplified Website.
Sir Sly performed their atmospheric rock to a sold-out crowd at The Troubadour in Hollywood tonight. Here's an excerpt of their song "Gold" from the show tonight. The studio recording of the song is featured on the band's "Gold" E.P. available here.
Tune in to The Cherrytree Radio Show with Martin & Tony this Sunday, 26th May at 5pm Eastern on Sirius OutQ 109! You can listen online via the Sirius OutQ website.
Tune in tomorrow afternoon at 4pm Eastern (1pm Pacific) to the new Music Choice show, "U&A," where you get to ask Far East Movement questions! Just tweet your question using #MCUandA and tune in at http://www.ustream.tv/MusicChoice from 4pm!
The nominations for 2013's Much Music Video Awards is out and Marianas Trench lead with SIX nominations. The band are nominated for Video of the Year with Desperate Measures, Pop Video of the Year with Desperate Measures, Muchfact Video of the Year with Stutter, Your Favorite Artist/Group, Your Fave Video with Stutter and Director of the Year for their Stutter video. Congratulations!
To vote for Marianas Trench in these categories please visit the MuchMusic.com website.