The ‘OR’ Game with… The Maine

When our Brumoters complete interviews with some of the amazing artists around, we like to play a little game called ‘OR!’

The basic rules are to give the artists two separate options and have them choose the one they like the most… For example, Pepsi or Coca Cola!

This particular game of ‘OR’ was completed with The Maine’s bassist Garrett Nickelsen and lead guitarist Jared Monaco!

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Click here to read PART 1 and here for PART 2!

and enjoy reading our game of ‘OR!’


– No TV or No Phone:

Garrett: No TV.
Jared:
No TV.

 

– Vampire or Werewolf:

Garrett: Werewolf.
Jared: Werewolf.

 

– Ability to fly or turn invisible:

Garrett: Lazer-vision.
Jared: Invisibility.

 

– Meet an alien or travel to space:

Jared: Travel to space.
Garrett: Travel to space, yeah.

 

– Fulfill Your Biggest Wish or Resolve Your Biggest Regret:

Jared: Wish! I have no regrets.
Garrett: Yeah, wish for sure. I don’t really regret anything.

 

– Be attacked by 50 duck-sized horses or 1 horse-sized duck:

Garrett: 50 duck-sized horses! That sounds cute!
Jared: I’ll take the giant duck.
Garrett: I’ll take the little horses. Imagine that! You’d have a bunch of them having fun! You didn’t come with us to the museum, they had little duck-sized horses.
Jared: Yeah, that sounds super cute. But you can put a saddle on a horse-sized duck and fly.

 

– Weather in Arizona or the British weather:

Garrett: Arizona!
Jared: Yeah, Arizona… Sorry!

 


So there it is!

The Maine are definitely one’s to look out for next year, with a potential new album on the horizon!

We wish them all the best and can’t wait to see what they come up with next!

They’re a group of highly talented lads, with incredible tracks within their arsenal!

Don’t forget to follow the lads on Twitter:

@themaine
@johnmaine
@kennedymaine
@jaredmaine
@garrettmaine
@patmaine

BREAKING NEWS: Winners of the 2014 MTV VMA’s are…

Last night, a wide variety of music artists gathered together at the Forum in Inglewood, California for the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards!

Here is the list of this year’s MTV VMA winners, some of which were not announced during last nights show!

VIDEO OF THE YEAR: Wrecking Ball by Miley Cyrus.

BEST MALE VIDEO: Sing by Ed Sheeran (feat. Pharrell Williams).

BEST FEMALE VIDEO: Dark Horse by Katy Perry (feat. Juicy J).

ARTIST TO WATCH: Miss Movin’ On by Fifth Harmony.

BEST POP VIDEO: Problem by Ariana Grande (feat. Iggy Azalea).

BEST ROCK VIDEO: Royals by Lorde.

BEST HIP-HOP VIDEO: Hold On, We’re Going Home by Drake (feat. Majid Jordan).

MTV CLUBLAND AWARD: Stay The Night by Zedd (feat. Hayley Williams).

BEST COLLABORATION: Drunk in Love by Beyonce (feat. Jay-Z).

BEST DIRECTION: Turn Down for What by DJ Snake & Lil Jon (Directors: DANIELS).

BEST CHOREOGRAPHY: Chandelier by Sia (Choreographer: Ryan Heffington).

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS: The Writing’s on the Wall by OK Go (Visual Effects: 1stAveMachine).

BEST ART DIRECTION: Reflektor by Arcade Fire (Art Director: Anastasia Masaro).

BEST EDITING: Rap God by Eminem (Editor: Ken Mowe).

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Pretty Hurts by Beyonce (Directors of Photography: Darren Lew & Jackson Hunt).

BEST VIDEO WITH A SOCIAL MESSAGE: Pretty Hurts by Beyonce.

BEST LYRICS VIDEO: Don’t Stop by 5 Seconds of Summer.

MICHAEL JACKSON VIDEO VANGUARD AWARD: Beyonce.

Let us know which awards you agree with or whether you thought someone else should have won that award!