A free form New Age band loves to jam and packs up their harp, hits the road, and parties like its 2004.
Cultural Norms (Hush). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Jorge Galban reviews Skinny Puppy on their Greater Wrong of The Right US Tour.
2004 Warped Tour Compilation (Side One Dummy). Review by Addam Donnelly.
Was it a time warp in Carnegie Hall? Gail Worley reports on what may be the greatest tribute band of the greatest band ever.
Kenny Loggins has never been cool. But he does know how to put on a show. Brian Coles gives us a retrospective on his career and perspective on a Los Angeles show, with photos from Michelle LaRose in Tampa.
Kiran Aditham witnesses the rebirth of Vancouver’s art-industrial legends Skinny Puppy; blood, guts and costume changes fully intact.
Skinny Puppy, Irving Plaza, New York, Industrial, Tweaker, ,Skinny Puppy,Tweaker, Otto Von Schirach,New York, NY,June 20th, 2004,Kiran Aditham
Kenny Loggins,Crosby Loggins,Greek Theater, Los Angeles,June 12, 2004,Brian Coles
Love them or hate them, the Strokes seem to have the knack of putting on a good show down. Rob Levy caught them in St. Louis last month and is willing to testify.
The Strokes,,The Paegant, St. Louis, MO, April 27, 2004,Rob Levy
Today’s episode: “Indie Geek admits to being an Emo Loser.” Narration by Rob Walsh.
Julio Torres recounts Pennywise’s next-generation politically-infused punk-rawk assault in Boynton Beach, Florida.
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