Fair and Square (Oh Boy Records). Review by David Whited.
Split CD (Rodent Popsicle). Review by Stein Haukland.
Gail Worley makes her Type O Negative trifecta by speaking with Peter Steele. The new record is discussed, as well as Peter’s trailblazing work in the pages of Playgirl, and his no-longer secret fetish for ’80s new wave and show tunes.
Legitimate hippies playing legitimate blues, Canned Heat has performed everyw…
Black Reign (Pulverized Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The Opposite Only Better (self-released). Review by Phil Bailey.
Album of the month! No fucking contest! It’s Vince Clark’s (the non crap memb…
Heaven’s End/ Fade Out/ The World In Your Eyes/ A Gilded Eternity (Reactor/Revolver). Review by Matthew Moyer.
As Carl F Gauze reports, every Mohawk and black t-shirted punk in Central Florida dropped in to pogo at the feet of Screeching Weasel and The Queers at the Hard Rock in Orlando.
Check this ultra-hip 1982 doc on Gil Scott-Heron; he’s a master musician and poet and he explains his career and inner artistic vision.
The sixteenth volume in Mixer magazine’s United DJs series — w…
post hardcore,punk,solid,layered,passion, blistering,Lock and Key,No Fate,Deep Elm,Joe Frietze