- TV Party
- April 7, 2020
Livestream some early classics with Model and Massa. What else ya got to do?
Invitation (Kill Rock Stars). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
“Ring Spiel” Tour ’95 (Columbia Records). Review by James Mann.
Pioneering ’90s emo band Rye Coalition were close enough to stardom to taste it. So what happened?
An expansive and exhaustive behind-the-scenes account of Nirvana’s meteoric rise to fame, and the untimely death of its iconic frontman, Kurt Cobain.
Unvarnished (Blackheart Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Hyde Park Live (Promotone B.V.) Review by James Mann.
This is the End of Control (Hollywood). Review by Laura Pontillo.
Invaders Must Die (Take me to the Hospital/Cooking Vinyl). Review by Jen Cray.
The only way to properly document Nirvana is by documenting the grunge ecosystem, Matthew Moyer thinks, and British journalist Everett True has done just this in this latest biography.
Gail Worley chats with Sevendust’s drummer and gets the real scoop behind their label switch, upcoming projects, and Rose’s physical non-regime.
Spend an hour with Al Jourgensen and you’re guaranteed to get a lot of dirt. But probably not quality dirt, like Gail Worley digs up. Reissues, the parting of ways with Paul Barker, and the dreaded Curse of Seattle — get a fresh pack and pour the wine for this one.
As Steve Bertrand returns with a new band Avion, the former Tories frontman tells Andrew Ellis why five heads are better than one.
Trebuchet EP (Slow Dance). Review by Troy Jewell.
Change and evolution — Gail Worley discusses the growth of LA’s Portable with drummer Brian Levy.
One By One (RCA). Review by Chad Perman.
Songs For the Deaf (Interscope). Review by James Mann.
What’s in a name? Gail Worley finds out with Chris Hesse of Hoobastank.
Gail Worley’s got the beat of The Go-Go’s — drummer Gina Schock, that is — in this extensive interview!