Authors: Ryan Shelton
Tea, again? A Tegan & Sarah Show Review
Perhaps it’s because I’m not gay. Or, maybe it’s because I’m a man. Whatever the reason is, I don’t understand why, or, more appropriately, how it is that so many people can adore Tegan and Sara. … read more
How Low Can You Go: High Times with Alan Sparhawk of Low. [Alan Sparkhawk of Low] “I don’t know if that’s specifically the new direction. Going out on a limb was definitely a positive experience, and I think we’re going to do that more.” Moses spoke with G-d, George Bush held private council
Review: Talking Heads: Once in a Lifetime – The Stories...
Talking Heads: Once in a Lifetime – The Stories Behind Every Song Ian Gittins Carlton Books Street: 09.01.04 To understand one of the most eccentric bands in the history of modern music is a challenging feat. Thanks to brave authors like Ian Gittins, I’m beginning to do just that. As the title suggest, Once In
Tiny Horses in a Big, Big World: An Interview with...
Every little girl wants a pony and never gets one. Every teenage boy wants to be a rock star and never becomes one. There is hope, however, in this world full of forgotten dreams and empty stables. Enter The Ponys, the Chicago four-piece responsible for making some of the most exciting music in years.
Review: Whores: An Oral Biography of Perry Farrell and Jane’s...
Whores: An Oral Biography of Perry Farrell and Jane’s Addiction Brendan Mullen Da Capo Press Street: 03.14.06 When I was in middle school, Jane’s addiction was my life. “Three Days” was my anthem, and Perry Farrell was my God. In Whores, Brendan Mullen has compiled over 300 pages of quotes from just about everybody who
Papa Don’t Preach: A Conversation with David Pajo
David Pajo is a busy man. In March, he finished the highly successful and cult-approved Slint reunion tour, released his sixth solo album in June and is currently working on a Slint reunion tour DVD and writing new material for yet another record. Pajo, who travels back and forth from his home in Louisville to