Sean Richardson of the Boston Phoenix spoke with Tony Hajjar of Sparta about how he’s fairing with music after the breakup of ‘At The Drive-In’. The Sparta drummer said, “I’ve never been happier than I am now, and it’s not because of who’s in the band or anything like that. It’s almost like the break-up made us grow up. We were in the same mindframe playing to 3000 people as we had been playing to two people. Your thinking has to change, and ours never did. So to get over it, in the sense of ‘Let’s fix the old problems and let’s continue doing what we enjoy doing,’ was a good feeling.” The full story at BostonPhoenix.com has since been removed.
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