You don’t have any Bendix Woods points? Oh, that makes it hard to redeem them, doesn’t it?
Liz Phair is, uh, the animal that Hugh Hefner created, if you will, product of Willamette, Illinois, a north Chicago suburb, and of course beholden to the famous line from her breakthrough album Exile in Guyville, “Fu** and run / Even when I was 12”. As is implied within the title, then, Exile in Guyville […]
Just to hash things out a little bit, here’s a brief little non-complete list of SOME albums I consider to be classic within hip-hop, to, I assure you, not necessarily exclude any other ones: Kool Moe Dee – Kool Moe Dee (1986) Big Daddy Kane – Long Live the Kane (1988) N.W.A. – Straight outta […]
I think I speak for everyone who was really into indie music in the 2000s decade when I say that I find it almost impossible to keep up on every important album that comes out by a band I used to like, within any given year. Truth be told, I da** near could have completely […]
Joining the ranks of From He**, Ghost World and X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills, Grateful Dead Origins (writing by Chris Miskiewicz, art by Noah Van Sciver), released in 2020, will go down as one of the great graphic novels of our time. Now, as any Deadhead or any person whatsoever in the know surrounding this […]
So that Yesterday movie comes out and we’re supposed to believe people don’t like the Beatles anymore, eh? Will you shut up, man? I spend more time listening to the Beatles than I do watching movies. Also, the Beatles are TV’s manager — they’re the only group to have more than one song become a […]
For just a quick refresher on the cultural status of Radiohead these days, let’s remember that as recently as 2018 they played a four-night set at Madison Square Garden, hence furnishing the type of tour popularity in that venue otherwise exclusive to Billy Joe, and maybe not even The Rolling Stones. But am I just […]