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Nondenominational rock ’n’ roll and Deep South church services don’t exactly make likely bedfellows, but if you think about it, there are definitely similarities between the two....
At Fortune Sound Club on Saturday, April 12 Considering his inarguable warrior status, there’s a legitimate argument to be made that Keith Morris deserved a little more respect....
Something magical happened at last week’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony for 2014. And—sorry, lifetime enlistees of the KISS Army—it wasn’t Paul Stanley making up...
Try It Again (Independent) The Gnomadics don’t seem like the kind of band that subscribes to the theory that less is more. Try It Again’s opening track, “Purple Flowers”, could...
North Country Gentlemen (Independent) At the risk of putting things in a fashion you’re more likely to hear from back-alley saloon trash than fine, upstanding north-country...
The Apple in the Pig’s Mouth (Independent) Few releases are as cathartic as the ones where someone has hit Record and then paid zero attention to the fact the input-level needles...
For reasons that have everything to do with a lineage that stretches from the Sonics and Jimi Hendrix to Kurt Cobain and Pearl Jam, the city of Seattle has always seemed like a...
{sidebar title='in + out'} Joanna Syme sounds off on the things that enquiring minds want to know. On influences: “You’ll write a song and go, ‘That sounds like the Smiths.’ Then...
Given that the musician in question below seems to have been beamed in from another place and time (namely the Sunset Strip circa 1985) one can’t blame him for not knowing what...
Here’s something that most true hockey fans will never understand: what possesses a seemingly normal human being to stand up at rinkside and start banging on the glass? You...

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