Wednesday, April 27, 2005

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Notorious for middle-finger drive-bys and gloriously drunken live shows, some say the Supersuckers are the most dangerous band in Texas. Well, they are an errant tumbleweed of scabrous riffs and melodies; a braying aesthetic that swings between country and rock like a meth-sniffing bipolar teen. They’re on the road...

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Wednesday, April 20, 2005

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A graduate of the University of Michigan (Class of ’77), Bart Plantenga is a music writer (contributor to the anthology Reggae, Rasta Revolution), fiction writer (“I Had Sex With Andy Warhol Until His Wig Fell Off”) and radio host of 17 years (currently on Radio Patapoe out of Amsterdam,...

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Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Head cheese

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British-born industrial music impresario-drummer Martin Atkins got his start with Johnny Rotten’s Public Image, and bailed to launch Pigface and the pioneering Chicago label Invisible Records. There he released albums by seminal genre linchpins Killing Joke, Revolting Cocks’ Chris Connelly, Sheep on Drugs, plus his side projects Murder Inc.,...

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Wednesday, April 6, 2005

Head Cheese

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Radio DJs Origix and D.C. have been rockin’ indie airwaves for nearly three years, playing the hottest hip-hop records from Detroit and the Midwest. Known for their willingness to support local artists that mainstream radio stations ignore, Origix and D.C.’s weekly show The Zone (WHFR 89.3FM) has become a...

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