Saves The Day
I guess the stupidest thing I ever did was walk naked through a supermarket. I guess I was thinking, right? I got in some trouble after that one.
Like statistics AND steamy Japanese art? This guide from Shin Takahashi and Trend-pro Co. may be a little bit light on the hot-and-heavy, but Carl F Gauze finds space for it on his bookshelf.
The Cucumbers ,All Things To You,Fictitious Records,James Mann
S D Green peels back the tuxedo and gets an earful — about celebrities living in cardboard boxes, Carrot Top pooing into a trunk, and even a little bit about Hamburger‘s new album, Neil Hamburger Sings Country Winners.
Part II of David Lee Beowulf’s Rant To End All Rants… literally.
Feature by Wayne Kahn
Yeah, there’s a million punk bands in southern California, but Strung Out have a little more to offer than the same old three-chord crunch. Liza Hearon talks with singer Jason Cruz.
Excited by Gramophones Volume 4 (Invisible). Review by drew West
Against Me! test drives both a new drummer and a new set of songs on a mini-Florida tour that finds them squeezing into the packed confines of The Social in Orlando.
Race Riot Suite (Kinnara Records). Review by James Mann.
Spring is in the air, and if you’re looking for Wiccan (and other) lore regarding the season, Ostara: Customs, Spells and Rituals for the Rites of Spring may be the book for you. We get the pluses, and some minuses, from Bettie Lou Vegas.
Crab Rangoon (Asian Man). Review by Andrew Chadwick
War Prayers (Dim Mak). Review by Matthew Moyer.