“I knew from the moment that Zack started his first blog that he had found his passion,” said Romeo. “He always was very strong-willed and determined. Zack would not do anything he did not want to. Music was something he loved; he soon took control of his own destiny and led it where he wanted to go. He is certainly proof that if you dream it, you can do it.”
I was very humbled to be interviewed b The West Milford Messenger, my local town in New Jersey’s paper.
My best friend Matthew’s quote at the end made me tear up a bit.
Knuckle Puck are releasing a new flexi 7” on September 2nd via Bad Timing Records featuring songs from an upcoming EP that will be out later this fall. The flexi includes “Oak Street” and “Home Alone” in anticipation of their fall tour with Senses Fail. Pick up a copy of the limited release here and stream “Oak Street” below!
Disclosure: Bad Timing Records is half owned and operated by Zack Zarrillo, founder of PropertyOfZack.
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- Going Off Track
- Voice & Verse
- 100 Words Or Less
- Song Exploder
- Washed Up Emo
- Nothing To Write Home About
- Modern Vinyl
- Your Favorite Album
Tim Landers has now expanded upon his leaving Transit with a pieced together statement. Read it below after the jump.
After a little more than a month away it gives us great pleasure to reintroduce the Inside Music podcast. We learned a great deal from our first episode, including the necessity of high quality microphones, and have made several efforts to improve our production for this latest offering. If you have any ideas for how we can improve our efforts further, please reach out on Twitter.
This week’s episode features guest Zack Zarrillo, otherwise known as the founder of PropertyOfZack.com and co-founder of Bad Timing Records. Zack has been a fixture in the pop punk scene for the last several years, and though he’s only 21 he has already managed to carve a unique niche for himself in this business that has opened more doors than I am able to count. Our conversation revolves mostly around Zack’s efforts in writing, as well as his plans for future, but we do dive into his other projects and the problems that arise when someone takes on as much as he has in the past year. I’m really happy with the result, and I think those that listen to the full recording will learn to see Zack in a new way as a result.
The music you hear at the beginning of this episode is take from “That One Limp Bizkit Song” by California folk punk outfit Sledding With Tigers. Their debut album, A Necessary Bummer, is available now through Antique Records.
Our plan is to release a new podcast every week from here on out, and we already have another episode 90% complete. We hope you have as much fun listening to this show as much as we did making it. I know we’re not on the iTunes store just yet, but we will update you on that front soon. For now, let’s get to the show: