Voxtrot Guy to World: 'The Internet Is a Very Dark Place to Be'

Ramesh from Voxtrot vents about bloggers.

An interesting interview with Ramesh from Voxtrot here, following the lukewarm response to their album.

Whatever your feelings on the band, he has some valid points about being an "indie" band in the era of mass, orgiastic downloading where everyone's a critic and 15 minutes has become more like five.

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