Tony Thaxton , the former drummer of Motion City Soundtrack , has a written a blog further elaborating on his decision to leave the band back in March. Thaxton first joined MCS in , and was present for all of the group's five studio albums. I still get a few messages every week from people who are just now finding out the news about me leaving Motion City Soundtrack. I left the band. Life on the road was becoming harder and harder, and unfortunately I was becoming a very unhappy person. It just really felt like it was time for me to move on.
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Justin was into making movies at the time but Josh convinced him that his musical talent was worth pursuing. The band got its name from Josh's brother Brian, who had originally intended to use it for a shop his brother also named their first major record, I Am The Movie. Motion City Soundtrack's very first lineup included Josh on bass, Joe Skinner on guitar, and Justin singing and playing guitar. They then enlisted Andy Whitney on drums. After a short time Joe left to pursue other interests. Josh then switched to his current instrument, guitar, and asked his former bandmate from Superette, Austin Lindstrom, to take the bass position. At this point the band began writing their own songs.
Trust me—my band shared a Minneapolis practice space with Motion City in the early aughts, when they cycled though timekeepers at a Spinal Tap-esque clip, searching in vain to find a rhythmic match to their curiously jagged, sugar-soaked songs. You could hear the potential, but the band was not quite awesome—mainly due to constant rhythm-section turnover. Not to mention the addition of Moog specialist Jesse Johnson, before which Pierre did his best Geddy Lee impersonation, juggling vocals, guitar, and keys. Unfortunately, the rigors of non-stop touring ultimately led Thaxton to relinquish his drum throne just over three years ago. Thus, it was bittersweet when the news broke this spring that Thaxton was finally returning to the MCS fold—but only just in time for a victory lap with his old bandmates. Sadly, the nearly twenty-year-old pop-punk institution is finally calling it a day, but not before crisscrossing the globe one last time. Modern Drummer Online spoke to Thaxton while he was at his Los Angeles home, preparing to depart for tour. Tony: Well, I stayed in touch with everybody after I left. Matt [Taylor, bass] has been my best friend for twenty-plus years, and Jesse [Johnson, keys] is living in LA now, so I talk to both of them a lot. Motion City was over eleven years of my life, and I played on all but one album.