Do Not Adjust Your Set
I’m re-evaluating the need for this blog in my life. If/when it returns, I think there’ll be some changes made.
Oneida is one of the most adventurous bands in one of the most adventurous cities: Brooklyn, New York. P. McEver catches up with drummer Kid Millions between installments one and two for a few words on performing, creating, and bodily functions.
Shutter Release (Mush Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Forty Foot Echo (Hollywood). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Written in Waters (Candlelight / Misanthropy). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Music For an Accelearted Culture (Surface Noise/Atlantic). Review by Jen Cray.
Brittany Sturges offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse of Hawthorne Heights, as they prepare to release their next album.
Music in High Places (Lava). Review by Stein Haukland.
Carnabailito (Nonesuch). Review by Terry Eagan.
Carl F Gauze recommends this collection of posters from the hottest graphic artist of the year, Jay Ryan.
Amazing Sounds of Shock Theatre Starring Dr. Creep! (Big Beef ). Review by Brian Kruger.
Hello (Island). Review by Vanessa Bormann.
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.