With a bit of a chill in the air and leaves changing bright hues of yellow and red (on TV, anyway, or up in Oak Creek Canyon), it's about as fall-y as you can get around these parts. And what else heralds the arrival of the season? "The Monster Mash," Bobby "Boris" Pickett's 1962 novelty tune about ... More >>
Harry and the Potters The Trunk Space Saturday, June 22, 2013 Harry Potter fans are an intense bunch. Folks dressed up as their favorite Gryffindor heroes or Slytherin villains are standard fare, but wizard rock takes the adoration to a whole new level. The genre is exactly what it sounds like it w ... More >>
Benjamin LeathermanBlack Fag The Rogue Bar Saturday, February 26 Henry Rollins, circa 1982, is an absolute archetype of manliness. Covered with tattoos and boiling over with testosterone, Hank the Tank thrashed his way through live gigs and dispensed plenty of punches as the frenetic frontman for B ... More >>
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Goin' to Memphis
Hard 'N' Heavy (with marshmallow)
Alias Pink Puzz
A new, exhaustive Rhino boxed set documents how Iggy and the Stooges created a new genre of music and a now-classic American rock album
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After 40 years on the road, Paul Revere still works hard for the money
The Entertainment Monitor sticks its nose in the music business