Guerilla Toss Talk No More Nudity & Fewer Drugs
“[Guerilla Toss] is a full-time job that pays way below minimum wage.”
Cleaning Toilets: Do We Need This Booking Agent or What?
DIY or die? Duh. But, hold on…
Jameszoo Talks Birth of the Fool
How the Dutch producer realized his wildest dreams on his debut album.
Paradise of Bachelors
The label co-owners reflect on how, “In some essential way, Terry Allen is our aesthetic.”
Lorenzo Cook Talks Petite League and Syracuse DIY
One half of the ebullient pop outfit reflects on an international education and connecting with Yours Truly for No Hitter.
Someone Said Rebel Boy: Lucy Thane & Bikini Kill in the UK
Exploring the trove of riot grrrl documentation in the Lucy Thane Collection at NYU’s Fales Library.
Cleaning Toilets: Are These Gigs Making Me an Alcoholic?
Our advice columnist offers himself some sober advice about drinking.
Busted Outlook is Not Defined By Violence
Premiering the Bay Area hardcore act’s new LP, and an interview with vocalist Rich Gutierrez.
Rare Essence’s Andre Johnson Talks Reinstating Go-Go in DC
“We feel like go-go has been silenced in DC. … We’re saying turn this sound up.”
Ratskin Records shines a light on the shadowy margins of the Bay Area experimental music scene.
Inhalt Navigates the Minimal Wave Resurgence
The international cast of musicians coalesces and flourishes amid a minimal wave resurgence in San Francisco.
Teen Suicide’s Sam Ray Likens his Band to a Dying Dog
Everything on the final Teen Suicide record relates to death.
What I Learned: The Slapstick Legacy After 20 Years
A personal reflection on the sprawling influence of the Slapstick Family Tree.
Wreckless Eric Talks Beauty and Idiocy in America
“But ‘amERICa’? It’s gratuitous, it’s self-serving—it’s a disgrace really!”
Life in the Service Industry
Lushes left the straight world and regret nothing.