Category: Interviews

Dave Pirner

Soul Asylum: Soul Survivors. 7/21 Hollywood Casino Amphitheater.

Soul Asylum‘s Dave Pirner is a survivor.  Pirner founded Soul Asylum way back in 1981-almost four decades ago and continues to deliver the goods.  In their...

Born Ruffians

Born Ruffians: Projecting Emotions. Live at Old Rock House.

Canada, our better neighbor to the north, has a long and deep history of producing unique bands and important artists. From Rush to the Tragically Hip, April Wine to...

Linnea Vikstrom

Linnea Vikstrom Launches Quantum Field Theory Into Space.

Sweden, the land of ice and snow, is known for some great exports—IKEA, Volvo, and Abba. Add to that list of exports, great metal, as in music. Metal has always been a...

All Souls: Desert Star Alignment.

With all the bland, synthetic, tasteless, defanged, “music” in the market, and clogging the nation’s airwaves, it’s a blast of fresh air to receive music that...

Gwar live

GWAR Visits Our Planet at Pop’s November 3rd.

GWAR, the interplanetary, demented toxic mutants from another planet in a universe far, far away, that also sometimes use music to spread their message of impending doom...

Dale Crover of The Melvins

Dale Crover: Multi-tasking Melvin

The Melvins aren’t going away, and their fans are happy about that. For 30+ years, original members, Roger “Buzz” Osborne (King Buzzo), drummer Dale Crover, and...

The Sword

The Sword, the proud Austin-based quartet and standard bearers of authentic rock n’ roll, continue to traverse the globe and serve up sweaty slabs of heavy sound, feed...

Mike Watt: Living Econo.

Mike Watt is a living legend that tragically, far too few people know. His Wikipedia page is 16 pages long and growing. As one of the founding members of the legendary...

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