August 15, 2010 in Technology (F)
[prMac.com] Hollywood, California - Beatweek Magazine has released its seventy-eighth issue featuring a cover story interview with The Black Crowes, who discuss their new album Croweology and why they're calling it quits after twenty years - for now, at least. Founding brothers Chris and Rich Robinson discuss the making of the new acoustic album and why they're hanging it up after 2010.
Also included in the latest issue are hands-on reviews of new iPad bags, several iPhone 4 cases, a hands on at the new Disney Tron app, and the top bargain apps for August. Beatweek's 78th issue also includes the following interviews.
* Secondhand Serenade's John Vesely talks about his new album Hear Me Now, which was released today.
* Puddle of Mudd discuss their Carnival of Madness tour, which kicked off earlier this month and also includes Shinedown, Sevendust, Chevelle, and 10 Years.
* Pierce The Veil talk about their new album.
And we also bring a you Beatweek's classic interview with Lady GaGa from January 2009. The release of the new issue also marks the launch of the new Beatweek.com User Forums, open to the public as of today, as the place to discuss music, technology, entertainment, pop culture, and anything else that comes along.
Beatweek is the publication for music, podcasting, iPhone, iPod, iPod, and social media lovers. Publishing as a website since January 2004, Beatweek evolved into a magazine in 2007. Since that time Beatweek Magazine (formerly iProng) has released more than seventy issues whose cover story interviews have ranged from famous musicians (Lady GaGa, Ozzy Osbourne, Katy Perry, Al Green, Weezer, Carlos Santana) to actors (Heroes star Greg Grunberg, Felicia Day) to podcasters (Goodnight Burbank, Doctor Floyd) to famous athletes (Olympic gold medalist Natalie Coughlin).