Jah Wobble The Butterfly Effect Rough Trade Jah Wobble is a legend. He was the founding bassist of Public Image Ltd., the most essential of post-punk bands. PiL (comprised initially of John Lydon, Keith Levene, Jim Walker, and...Read More
Black Eyed Peas Masters of the Sun, Vol. I Interscope It is hard to remember, but before the Great Sell Out with the addition of Fergie around the turn of the millennium, the Black Eyed Peas were an underground hip hop...Read More
Shad A Short Story About a War Secret City Records Shad is a long-time underground Canadian hip hop icon, and also hosted The Q on the CBC following the deposing of the previous host for being a pig. He also hosted the...Read More
Dead Can Dance Dionysus Pias It seems as if Dead Can Dance have been doing this forever. They actually kind of have. Originally formed in Melbourne, Australia in 1981, Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry decamped for London the...Read More
Devotchka This Night Falls Forever Concord On a transcontinental flight away back in 2006, my now-wife watched a movie called Little Miss Sunshine whilst I read something or other. Watching the film, which she loved, she...Read More
The Menated: 2008-2011 Sacred Bones The Men used to be one of my favourite bands. I discovered them just in time for the release of their 2012 album, Open Your Heart. It was this brilliant mixture of hard core, country, noise,...Read More
Fucked Up Dose Your Dreams Merge Fucked Up have a problem. That problem is simple, their distinctive sound comes from Damian Abraham’s voice. Abraham has dominated Fucked Up from the getgo in 2001, the founder and leader...Read More
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