• Thomas Lunch

    Thomas Lunch

    Diagrams Without Instructions (Hi Fi Alliance). Review by Jen Cray.

  • Sparta

    Sparta

    When At The Drive In split up, half of the band went on to critical success in The Mars Volta. The other half quietly slipped into a band just as worthy of praise, Sparta. Jen Cray stepped in to pay the band some respect.

  • Katya

    Katya

    Endorsed by Carruthers Guitars and assisted by Jane’s Addiction’s drummer, L.A. rocker Katya brings back the Rock Goddess. Kyrby Raine finds out it’s not necessarily a boy’s club in the music biz these days.

  • Henry Rollins

    Henry Rollins

    Henry Rollins went from taking over vocals for Black Flag when he was just a 20 year-old fan to becoming a renaissance man with his hands in everything from music to literature to acting to humanitarian work. Jen Cray catches the workaholic in the act.

  • Shaun Kama

    Shaun Kama

    Shaun Kama has set aside his aggressive punk rock side and picked up an acoustic guitar to allow his songwriting soul to be the focus of his new project with The Kings of the Wild Frontier. Jen Cray phones him up for a chat.

  • S.T.U.N.

    Interview With Christiane J., Lead Vocalist and Band Spokesperson for S.T.U.N.

  • Lollapalooza 2003

    What a day for Phillip Haire… Jane’s Addiction, Audioslave, Incubus, Queens of the Stone Age, Jurassic 5, The Donnas, The Distillers and others…

  • [daryl]

    The Technology: (Beatville). Review by Matt Cibula.

  • Woven

    EPrime (Interscope). Review by Vanessa Bormann.

  • Our Lady Peace

    Our Lady Peace singer Raine Maida talks about the band’s most recent CD, Spiritual Machines, and lists and discusses his ten favorite songs with Gail Worley.

  • Perry Farrell

    Song Yet to Be Sung (Virgin). Review by Vanessa Bormann.

  • Perry Farrell

    Perry Farrell, with Huda Hudia and Larry Banks at Icon in Orlando, FL on August 3, 2000. Concert review by Troy Mayhew.

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