Another blow for the indie scene this morning: Mars Solaris officially announced that they "kind of like Fallout Boy's new CD." This, of course, marks them as sellouts. Fans were beside themsleves.
"It's just a shame to see a band like Mars Solaris admit to liking corporate, over-produced crap." said Ashley "A-bomb" Bominy, 14.
However, this morning also saw the formation of a few promising new indie bands. Around 9:15 Jeff Azimoff telephoned Rory Peters and set a tentative schedule to 'work out some new stuff.' Azimoff, a former member of D4nceD4ance, and Peters, the current singer for Islip Condition, also discussed some potential names for the new band: &then some, Swimming Fool and Nomadical were mentioned.
Also formed this morning: Camp Automatic four 13 year-olds from suburban New Jersey coming together with the singular mission to "get girls" and "not get beat up anymore." The rallying cry of the true indie musician.
Sellout Watch: These indie bands are on the brink of selling out. You may want to start denying that you ever liked them now to save yourself the embarrassment when they sign a recording contract.
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