• Monsieur Leroc

    Don’t let the stage name fool you: Monsieur Leroc isn’t French, he’s really Arne Drescher, and he’s from Germany. And don’t let the label fool you, either: while his new record, Le Slow Motion Boogie Woogie may be on Cornerstone R.A.S./Skunk (best known for Sublime and Long Beach Dub All-Stars), Leroc’s opus is a funk/hip hop/jazz collage set against interesting beats and electronics. Phillip Haire corresponded with Leroc to examine the contradictions.

  • Half Pint

    Until now, much of the populace has been unable to enjoy one of Jamaica’s ven…

  • Dr. Dan

    Keyboard virtuoso Dr. Dan, best known for his contribution to the Fiji Marine…

  • Tango Palace

    Brevard County, Florida has uncovered another gem in what has become a talent…

  • North Mississippi Allstars

    Only once in a great while does a recording reflect a "salt-of-the-earth" gri…

  • Israel Vibration

    Skelly and Wiss follow up the awesome

  • Supersuckers

    The Supersuckers, with Los Infernos and Furious Four (The Hustler, Indialantic, FL, May 17, 2000). Concert review by Phillip Haire.

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