This: from the Dangerous Minds website (taken from an NBC story of one of the famous “eyeballs” the Residents were famous for wearing in public, onstage, in pix – everywhere – anyway, let me show you… SAN FRANCISCO POLICE NEED YOUR HELP LOCATING A STOLEN RESIDENTS EYEBALL HEAD MASK The San Francisco Police Department has […]
of Montreal Snare Lustrous Doomings Polyvinyl Records, 2015 Review by Kent Manthie Coming to an internet dealer to you quite soon (like, for instance: https://www.polyvinylrecords.com or, I suppose, you could go to Amazon or some other online fixture): of Montreal, caught in the act, so to speak, from some live gigs from the recent past, […]
Arthur Rimbaud: Majestic, Anachronistic, Visionary? or the 19th Century’s Version of Jim Morrison? Arthur Rimbaud. That name evokes so much in people’s minds: some of them are thoughts of decadent genius run amok, others think he was nothing more than a mad, alcoholic, junkie, who juxtaposed the sacred with profane; the highfalutin with the vulgar […]
To accompany the below review for the new Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin album, which hits the street one 6/2, here’s a sneak peak at what to expect: the video for “Trevor Forever” -KM.
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin The High Country Polyvinyl Records, 2015 Review by Kent Manthie Springfield, MO indie band, Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin (SSLYBY) has a new album in the can and now it’s just a matter […]
Here is a nice little bit of distraction from the drudgery of your everyday life (if you have any…). Iggy Pop’s always been a big influence on me: even when I was a kid: from, like 12-13 up to, well the time I finally slimmed down, I always had this yen which was that I […]
Meesh Three New Singles, 2015 Review by Kent Manthie May has just sprung up the oft-awaited flowers that those “April showers” are supposed to bring. Unfortunately, that won’t quite be the case, here in California, unless you’re […]