It’s a fun podcast this week, gang. Like a really lame Voltron, we gathered every member of our Community/Brand Management/Communications team to hang out for this one.
As a follow up to our last podcast, we pulled our audio engineer, Nick, in on the action to go in depth on the ins and outs of home brewing beer.
Fresh from the Boston leg of the Vans Warped Tour, in this week’s podcast the team gives a spirited recounting of the sun-soaked day’s events.
In honor of our podcast now being rebroadcast on Fusion Rock Radio in Canada, we spend a hearty amount of time discussing The Great White North in this episode.
E3 is over and we’re back in the office, still completely wiped out. We thought we’d give a rundown of all the events of last week’s show so you can get an inside glimpse at everything Harmonix had going on at the industry’s biggest trade show. Lots of fun stories in here, enjoy!
We’ve got a really cool surprise for you. Timely to today’s announced DLC, we’ve got an exclusive interview with Tim McIlrath from Rise Against!
Hey all! This week we thought it would be a fun treat to loop you into the ins and outs of our playtesting process.
Do you like podcast-exclusive news? This episode’s got it! Harmonix VP of Strategy and Business Development, Chris Rigopulos, sits down with us to chat about the ongoing strategy for the Rock Band franchise going forward through 2011.
Our friends at Mad Catz recently reached out to The Who to offer two signed Fender Wireless Wooden Stratocaster Guitars for auction to benefit the Teenage Cancer Trust. David LeGros, one of the auction winners, was good enough to share some stories about his love for The Who.
Well folks, it’s been a good run, but this is the end of the road for me. I’ve had a great year here at Harmonix Music and I hope you’ve enjoyed all the awesome photos from all the crazy antics and adventures we had.