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DVD Review: ‘Looking For Johnny – The Legend Of Johnny Thunders’

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Helps keep the memory of Thunders alive and reminds of what he meant to popular music and those who loved him. Read More »

Music Review: Larusso – ‘Life in Static’

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An album that allows the listener to travel back in time to the turn of the century when pop punk ruled the radio airwaves. Read More »

Music Review: Parquet Courts – ‘Sunbathing Animal’

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Parquet Courts sucks the life out of punk with an album of shrugs. Read More »

Music Review: Young Dubliners – ‘9’

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On their ninth album the Celtic rockers show no signs of slowing down. Read More »

Interview: Davey Havok and Jade Puget of AFI

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AFI's frontman and guitarist take time while on their Burials Tour to talk about the Bay Area music scene, their favorite AFI videos, and Green Day pranking them, amongst other things. Read More »

Supersuckers to Celebrate 25th Anniversary with New Album, ‘Get the Hell’

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The self-proclaimed "greatest" rock band in the world is gearing up for the release of their ninth studio album on January 14, 2014 Read More »

Music Reviews: The Clash – ‘The Clash’, ‘Give ‘em Enough Rope’, ‘London Calling’, ‘Sandinista!’, ‘Combat Rock’ [Remastered]

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The Clash, still the only band that matters 30 years later! Read More »

Book Review: ‘I Dreamed I Was A Very Clean Tramp’ by Richard Hell

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A glimpse into the creative mind pushed to its extreme in its search for stimulation. Read More »

DVD Review: Repo Man – The Criterion Collection

As interesting a movie to watch today as it was when first released - nothing dated or antique about this film. Read More »

Book Review: Lucking Out: My Life Getting Down and Semi-Dirty in the Seventies by James Wolcott

Lucking Out is a sometimes brilliant and sometimes disappointing memoir of New York in the '70s by critic James Wolcott. Read More »