Mike Mettler

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Mike Mettler Posted: Jul 16, 2007 0 comments

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Mike Mettler Posted: Sep 24, 2012 0 comments

When live sound is as good as it was at Peter Gabriel’s show at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on September 21, I felt like I had to pinch myself to believe it. I mean, was I really hearing what I was hearing?

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Mike Mettler Posted: Jun 04, 2008 0 comments

Tell me about Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (RedOctane/Activision). What a coup to be the first band to have the entire game dedicated to the arc of your career.When I saw my son Roman playing Guitar Hero a few years ago, I was blown away.

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Mike Mettler Posted: May 04, 2007 0 comments

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Mike Mettler Posted: Jan 08, 2006 0 comments

Kicker CompVX Series car subwoofers

Mike Mettler Posted: Sep 25, 2008 0 comments

The opening-credits sequence for Dexter is an absolute wonder to watch and listen to on DVD, wouldn't you agree?Oh, yes. Those opening credits are brilliant. Absolutely brilliant. They're creepy; they're cool. Everything that the show is gets encapsulated in those opening credits. A certain genius was at work when they were put together.

Mike Mettler Posted: Apr 19, 2009 0 comments
Zoë/Rounder
Music •••• Sound ••••
Where there's smoke, there's fire.
Mike Mettler Posted: Jul 05, 2006 0 comments

"Four Dead in O-HI-O." "Look at Mother Nature on the run in the 1970s." "We got a kinder, gentler machine-gun hand." "Time is runnin' out, let's roll." "I'm living with war every day." Neil Young has never been one to pull punches either socially or politically.

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Mike Mettler Posted: Aug 10, 2011 0 comments

We talked to Steven Wilson a couple of weeks ago about his forthcoming - and groundbreaking - new Blu-ray release, Grace for Drowning. Fittingly, we offer you, the Sound + Vision and Steven Wilson faithful, an EXCLUSIVE look at the aptly titled "Track One," the third song on Disc 2.

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Mike Mettler Posted: Feb 17, 2011 0 comments

Some things you know right away in your rock & roll bones. When I first met Billy Corgan of Smashing Pumpkins in 1991, we bonded over the contents of a suitcase he carried with him wherever he went: an ever-growing mountain of live Jimi Hendrix cassettes (some authorized, some not). As the Pumpkins’ trippily punishing debut album, Gish, had just begun melting the ears of the alt-rock cognoscenti, Corgan was already cocksure of where he was going in the world.

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