Birthmark How You Look When You’re Falling Down Polyvinyl Records, 2015 Review by Kent Manthie Nate Kinsella has finally returned with a follow-up to 2012’s Antibodies. With both […]
Danny Newcomb & The Sugarmakers Masterwish Hockeytalk/rock candy Records, 2015 Review by Kent Manthie Danny Newcomb is a long standing veteran of the local music scene in and around Seattle, having been playing gigs in and around the area for some years now. With his band, The Sugarmakers, Newcomb has been honing the laid back, […]
The tale of acid sage Dr. Timothy Leary’s prison escape and subsequent exile is among the most amusing stories in the annals of drug culture lore—though sentenced to an absurd twenty years for utterly petty offenses including possession of a couple of roaches, Leary was able to game the prison system: as a reputable Harvard […]
I just found this incredibly cogent and wonderfully brilliant article online, from the New Yorker, for a long time, one of my absolute favorite magazines. Anyway, one of the really pleasant surprises about it is that it reads pretty much the same things which I’ve been trying to point out in a number of comments after articles […]
Life Like Thunderstorms Awkward Balance Released on Cassette by Killer Tofu records, 2015 Review by Kent Manthie Well, Jared Balogh is at it again: always bringing something new and […]
I don’t care what ANYONE says – Cruising is a GREAT film. IMO, it should’ve won Best Picture in 1980! Enjoy it (while you can-??) KM.
Here you go, all you lovers of depravity, you hipsters and those w/”Pale Blue Eyes”…Sorry, no live footage, just the music from the night after xmas, 1972. ENJOY!!
The following is something I read online, an article that appeared on the website of probably the greatest magazine, EVER, The New Yorker. I wanted to put that out there, so, 1) one doesn’t mistakenly think that I wrote it (it was written by humorist Andy Borowitz – (c) 2015 and has an accompanying photograph taken […]