- Music Reviews
- July 19, 2019
Interstate 13 (Dead End Exit Records/Black Lodge Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Tom “Tearaway Stardust” Schulte enjoys Dave Thompson’s second volume of an enlightening and detailed look at the life and career of über-artist David Bowie. Even more surprising is that his hands aren’t covered with glitter after putting the book down.
Musician Graham Slater documents the decadence and desperation of the gig circuit in beat group-era Hamburg, albeit behind a thin veil of fiction. Tom Schulte gets in the van.
Perhaps the most tragic part about our wars du jour is their mind-numbing reiteration of the same old costly lessons. A new edition of Ron Kovic’s Born on the Fourth of July pulls Tom “Tearaway” Schulte down the Jacob’s ladder of war’s human impact . . . again.
Eric C. Novack’s earthy novel is grist for the mental mills of street intellectuals. His Killing Molly has Tom “Tearaway’ Schulte reminiscing over the lean comforts and late-night coffeehouse scenes of beatnik bachelorhood.
Tom Schulte delivers a healthy megadose of news and reviews in this month’s Outsight.
Tom Schulte hears the bad CDs so you don’t have to. Herein are paragraphs on the good ones.
Music news and views for the entertainment generations, from Tom “Tearaway” Schulte
Tom “Tearaway” Schulte digs into the early works of Billy Childish, anticipates the new Nick Cave platter, and turns us all on to criminally overlooked gems by the Murder City Devils, Trevor Tannen, Gary Wilson, and the Paybacks.