Review: Uppercut

Uppercut "Four Walls" (Blackout!) Uppercut broke up almost fifteen years ago, which means they're older than that bottle of Crown Royal your dad has stashed above the microwave.  Uppercut were a staple...

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ESTER DRANG - by tom maxwell home What started as an ambient bass driven bleeps and measures outfit making...

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THE RIVERBOAT GAMBLERS - by peter soyer home Who cares about the Riverboat Gamblers? Who cares about...

Review: Vampire Moose

Vampire Moose "Self-Titled" (Rotten Records) There's been some weird vampire stuff floating around for a while: we've had "Bunnicula" the classic elementary school book, "Frankenweenie" which I believe...

Review: Van Helsing’s Curse

Van Helsing's Curse "Oculus Infernum" (Koch) Never let it be said that Dee Snider isn't ambitious.  Most notorious as the frontman from 80's makeup caked rockers Twisted Sister, Dee has always attempted...

Review: Wesley Willis & The Dragnews

Wesley Willis & The Dragnews "Greatest Hits, Vol. 3" (Alternative Tentacles) Alternative Tentacles chose to make this posthumous Wesley Willis greatest hits package its first enhanced CD release. As a...

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CEX - interview by gordon downs home For several years now, Rjyan Kidwell has been making music...

Review: Zombie Apocalypse

Zombie Apocalypse "This is a Spark of Life" (Indecision Records) 11 minutes and 42 seconds is all it takes for Zombie Apocalypse to tell you why everything in war is wrong. If everything could be broken...

Review: Unpersons

Unpersons "III" (At A Loss Recordings) I'm not sure what the title to this waste of time means.  As best as I could tell, this is the Unpersons' second effort, so the Roman numeral III doesn't really...