Interview Broken Spindles

Interview: Broken Spindles

Joel Petersen is going places. Besides being the bassist for Omaha indie rockers turned synth stars, The Faint, he has also gone off and started his own side project under the moniker Broken Spindles....

Review: Jet By Day / The Maginot Line

Jet By Day / The Maginot Line "“Cheap Shot / Theme Song" (Two Sheds Music) Jet By Day’s bass is so heavy I had to turn down my record player to keep the inside of my ears from tickling.  “Cheap...

Review: The Master Plan

The Master Plan "Colossus of Destiny" (Demolition Derby) This is an LP-only release of a New York supergroup of sorts by Demolition Derby. Keith Streng is on guitar and vocals here, as he was in The...

Review: Heros Severum

Heros Severum "“Rock N Roll Nigga / Get Ur Freak On" (Two Sheds Music) I personally am not comfortable with commenting on an artsy group of white folk playing a song called “Rock N Roll Nigga”.  Yes,...

Review: Sex Positions

by Jason Schreurs Just when hardcore needed an injection of something progressive, interesting, and kick-ass, along comes Sex Positions. Like the evil stepson of Black Flag and The Refused, this band...

Review: In Smog and Thunder DVD

Smog Town vs. Fog Town. Sunset Strip vs. The Castro. Los Angeles vs. San Francisco. There can be only one victor. “In Smog and Thunder” is a satirical take on traditional war documentaries and the quirks...

Interview: Some Girls

by Jason Schreurs No pressure. It must be nice to play in a band with friends and not have to worry about recording, touring, releases, and all of the other hang-ups associated with music. If the...

Review: RJD2

by Eric Thompson RJD2 is one unassuming looking fellow. Upon first glance, he's a tall drink of water. You would never the things his hands and his mind are capable of. A product of the booming...