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2010 Stories by Michael Alan Goldberg

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  • Sea Wolf @ The Rhythm Room

    published September 9, 2010

    Not to be confused with Wolf Parade, AIDS Wolf, Wolfmother, Patrick Wolf, Wolf Eyes, Peanut Butter Wolf, Steppenwolf, Howlin' Wolf, and the... More >>

  • Long Live Weird Al

    published August 12, 2010

    "Oh, that 'Weird Al' Yankovic," they said. "He's just a novelty, a gimmick, poking fun at the superstars with those silly parody songs of his. He... More >>

  • Natalie Merchant

    published August 12, 2010

    Being that we're neck-deep in the era of indie-rock reunions, I'm shocked that singer-songwriter Natalie Merchant hasn't yet gotten back together... More >>

  • Natalie Merchant

    published August 12, 2010

    Being that we’re neck-deep in the Indie-Rock Reunion Era, I’m shocked that singer-songwriter Natalie Merchant hasn’t yet gotten... More >>

  • Barenaked Ladies: The Sordid History of the World's Most Canadian Band

    published July 22, 2010

    1983: Steven Page and Ed Robertson meet at the Peter Puck Memorial School for Creatively Deficient Boys and Chronic Bedwetters, where they... More >>

  • Robert Plant

    published July 15, 2010

    Most of the free world — including Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones, we hear — would probably love to see Robert Plant move past his... More >>

  • What Not to Yell at Silversun Pickups

    published July 15, 2010

    Silversun Pickups has done quite well over the past couple of years, tapping into the sounds of Smashing Pumpkins and My Bloody Valentine to build... More >>

  • Pinback

    published July 15, 2010

    Things have been fairly quiet on the Pinback front since the math-y, emo-rooted San Diego indie-pop outfit led by Rob Crow and Zach Smith finished... More >>

  • Pinback

    published July 15, 2010

    Things have been fairly quiet on the Pinback front since the math-y, emo-rooted San Diego indie-pop outfit led by Rob Crow and Zach Smith finished... More >>

  • M.C. Hammer

    published July 1, 2010

    M.C. Hammer is the Lady Gaga of 20 years ago. Dubious musical talent? Pretty much. Over-the-top fashion statements? You betcha: "Hammer Pants" are... More >>

  • RJD2

    published April 1, 2010

    When he emerged in 2002 with his debut LP Deadringer, Philadelphia-based RJD2 (born Ramble John Krohn) was pegged as the next DJ Shadow for... More >>

  • Tim Barry

    published March 11, 2010

    Plenty of former punk and hardcore icons have traded in their volume, crunch, and at least some of their onstage aggression in recent years for... More >>

  • Abe Vigoda

    published March 11, 2010

    To put it into perspective, Abe Vigoda the actor was born before the invention of the electric blender, Band-Aids (probably useful for that... More >>

  • Rocky Votolato

    published March 4, 2010

    Born in Texas and raised in Seattle, where he still resides, 32-year-old singer-songwriter Rocky Votolato has traveled a compelling career path... More >>

  • G. Love & Special Sauce

    published February 11, 2010

    In the beginning, Philadelphia native Garrett "G. Love" Dutton — hitting the national music scene like a fourth Beastie Boy crossed with... More >>

  • St. Vincent's Annie Clark Talks about Reinvention and Epiphanies

    published February 11, 2010

    Singer-guitarist Annie Clark — better known by her nom de indie rock St. Vincent — returns to town on yet another tour behind... More >>

  • Anti-Flag

    published January 21, 2010

    Around this time last year, perhaps you were thinking to yourself, "Wow, now that Barack Obama's the president, I guess all those... More >>

  • Wayne "The Train" Hancock

    published January 21, 2010

    I'd wager Wayne "The Train" Hancock drools when he looks at the calendar and discovers it's a leap year, meaning he can tour 366 days instead of... More >>

  • On The Road Again

    published January 21, 2010

    I'd wager Wayne "The Train" Hancock drools when he looks at the calendar and discovers it's a leap year, meaning he can tour 366 days instead of... More >>

  • Between the Buried and Me

    published January 14, 2010

    Here's a potentially fun idea: Find yourself a soccer mom or Dockers dad — maybe your own, or your neighbors down the street — and say... More >>

  • Agnostic Front Will Never Die…Or Will They?

    published January 14, 2010

    The following is an excerpt from a screenplay I'm working on, tentatively titled Cocoon 2: The Return . . . of Agnostic... More >>

  • Between the Buried and Me

    published January 14, 2010

    Here’s a potentially fun idea: Find yourself a soccer mom or Dockers dad – maybe your own, or your neighbors down the street -- and say... More >>

  • A.A. Bondy

    published January 7, 2010

    Back in the '90s, Alabama-bred Auguste Arthur Bondy went by the name Scott Bondy, and he fronted a hard-charging alt-rock trio called Verbena.... More >>

  • A.A. Bondy

    published January 7, 2010

    Back in the ’90s, Alabama-bred Auguste Arthur Bondy went by the name Scott Bondy, and he fronted a hard-charging alt-rock trio called... More >>

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