- Music Reviews
- July 5, 2022
Beja Power! Electric Soul and Brass from Sudan’s Red Sea Coast (Ostinato Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
James Mann finds that even he thinks his musical soundtrack to 2005 was weird.
A Tribute to Waylon Jennings (Dualtone). Review by Joe Frietze.
In this first of two installments, Suicide frontman Alan Vega lets Matthew Moyer into the world of one of rock’s most influential forces and learns the dark truths of punk rock, modern art and …Eminem?
In this second part of Matthew Moyer’s interview with Suicide frontman Alan Vega, we delve into sculpting, a writing addiction and those times where you’re not sure if you’ve already died.
…but James Mann offers a review of two books on the subject that should be: Steven Blush’s American Hardcore: A Tribal History and Mark Spitz and Brendan Mullen’s We Got the Neutron Bomb: The Untold Story of L.A. Punk.
If a picture’s worth a thousand words, here’s a 19,000 word essay from staff photographer Jen Lato, summing up 2001 both professionally and personally.
Since its founding in 1994, Punk Planet has been one of the most intelligent and honest magazines around, focusing equally on punk rock and progressive politics. Now, Akashic Books has collected the magazine’s most interesting interviews as We Owe You Nothing. Anton Wagner offers an in-depth analysis.
Event Review by Julio Diaz