Mr. Meeble, Morrissey, Loudon Wainwright III, and More in This Week's Issue

Touring Europe sounds like a blast right? Well, sure, but it's a lot of work. Phoenix-based glitch rockers Mr. Meeble did it, booking the entire tour without the help of a tour manager or press people. In this week's issue, Nicole Smith brings us the tale straight from the mouth of frontman Devin Fleenor, who lived to tell the tale and performs this weekend at Crescent Ballroom.

Chris Hassiotis takes on some of the controversial statements made by Morrissey. The guy has made some awesome records, but can be real asshole sometimes. Then there's our short feature on Loudon Wainwright III, who's spent 40 years acting and writing songs.

We've also got short previews on Mark Sultan, Sting, Lotus, Melt Banana, Everlast, and the Furious Styles Crew.

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