I Killed Punk Rock – Review

February 1, 2008

Ex-Ransom member and serial blogger Mikey Von Ransom shows his off his collection highlighted by Turbo A.C.’s, Lower Class Brats, Clit 45, and The Sleazies.

The Jesus Lizard – Live – Review

December 21, 2007

The Jesus Lizard was rhythmic, sweaty, loud, and sexual. Singer David Yow gyrates, howls, and flails, molesting the audience at every available opportunity.

The 69 Eyes – Angels – Review

September 28, 2007

Whilst fellow Scandalnavians Turbonegro send up the ’70s glam of Alice Cooper, The 69 Eyes examine the evolution of glam to Gothic from ’60s to the ’90s.

Only Crime – Virulence – Review

September 21, 2007

Russ Rankin (Good Riddance) vocals, Bill Stevenson (All, Descendents) drums, Aaron Dalbec (Bane) guitar, Zach Blair (Hagfish) guitar, Doni Blair (Hagfish) bass.

The Queers – Munki Brain – Review

July 22, 2007

If Ramones were the Beach Boys of punk, The Queers are the Jan & Dean. The softer, younger brother of surf punk. They’ve got shobby-doo-wops, for God’s sake.

Uncyclopedia – Review

April 27, 2007

“You just won’t believe how vastly hugely mindboggingly big it is. You may think it’s a long way down the road to the chemist, but that’s just peanuts to this.”

Kibo – Review

April 13, 2007

For 15 years, Kibo hosted a Usenet group to expound on physics, mathematics, and British sitcoms. Al Gore had to ask his permission to invent the Internet.

Evanescence – The Open Door – Review

April 13, 2007

Sounds so like Fallen, it could’ve been culled from the same sessions. Not on par with Tori Amos or Kate Bush, but somewhere around Fionna Apple and Jewell.

Daily Afflictions – Review

March 30, 2007

Andrew Boyd is an endlessly fascinating fellow. He’s an author, political activist, and culture-jamming cyber monk.

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