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Bad Hair Day

Bad Hair Day

Reviews by Gary Roen Fresh from her battle with zombies in “Bad Taste in Boys” Kate Grabel is back and this time she has to find out who is killing kids and leaving traces of hair behind. She also knows [...]

April 13, 2015 Books, Fiction, Reviews
The Never-Open Desert Diner

The Never-Open Desert Diner

Reviews by Gary Roen There are some strange and wonderful characters that fill the debut novel “The Never-open Desert Diner by James Anderson.  Several of them are John, a preacher who drags around with him a life size cross, preaching [...]

April 13, 2015 Books, Fiction, Reviews
The Great Zoo of China

The Great Zoo of China

Reviews by Gary Roen “The Great Zoo of China” begins with a murder and races along to its final fantastic conclusion.  China has made a great discovery and wants the world to know of there finding.  It seems they found [...]

April 13, 2015 Books, Culture, Fiction, Reviews
Secret Betrayal

Secret Betrayal

Reviews by Gary Roen Fiction of World War II is still very popular and “Secret Betrayal” had a great premise that fizzled shortly into the novel and never recovered. An American general involved in the planning of D Day is [...]

April 13, 2015 Books, Fiction, Reviews
Passion Pit’s “Until We Can’t (Let’s Go)” premieres at NPR Music

Passion Pit’s “Until We Can’t (Let’s Go)” premieres at NPR Music

NPR MUSIC’S “SONGS WE LOVE” PREMIERES PASSION PIT’S “UNTIL WE CAN’T (LET’S GO)” NEW ALBUM KINDRED COMING APRIL 21 “LIFTED UP (1985)” VIDEO OUT NOW SET TO TOUR NORTH AMERICA THIS SPRING   “‘Lifted Up (1985)’ is pretty much everything we’ve [...]

April 6, 2015 Culture, Music, Reviews
JD McPherson’s studio video for “Let The Good Times Roll”

JD McPherson’s studio video for “Let The Good Times Roll”

A studio video for  JD McPherson ’s “Let The Good Times Roll” premiered today at  Paste  and can be viewed here:  http://bit.ly/1IaRgPd . The song is the title track from McPherson’s highly acclaimed new album and features his longtime band—Jimmy [...]

April 3, 2015 Music, Reviews
BLOOD DRUGS premiere “Diamonds” from debut LP via New Noise Magazine

BLOOD DRUGS premiere “Diamonds” from debut LP via New Noise Magazine

Seattle’s own BLOOD DRUGS have premiered the first track Diamonds from their upcoming scorcher of a self-titled debut today via New Noise Magazine. Produced by the one and only Matt Bayles, (Sandrider, Russian Circles, KEN Mode, Minus The Bear) and mastered [...]

April 3, 2015 Music, Reviews
Mates Of State announce new EP, You’re Going To Make It, and full US tour!

Mates Of State announce new EP, You’re Going To Make It, and full US tour!

Mates Of State announce their new EP and full US tour! You’re Going to Make It is out June 16th, 2015 on Barsuk Records. Tour Dates: 04.03.2015 – Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar 04.04.2015 – Durham, NC @Pinhook 04.05.2015 – Atlanta, GA @ Vinyl 04.07.2015 – Jacksonville, FL [...]

April 1, 2015 Arts, Music, Reviews
BOHANNONS’ NEW STUDIO ALBUM “BLACK CROSS. BLACK SHIELD”

BOHANNONS’ NEW STUDIO ALBUM “BLACK CROSS. BLACK SHIELD”

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE FULL ALBUM STREAM VIA THE BIG TAKEOVER  HERE’S WHAT PEOPLE HAVE ALREADY BEEN SAYING ABOUT BOHANNONS’ BLACK CROSS. BLACK SHIELD: “… stomps out with thick Dixie riffs and moonshine barrel drums…there’s a British Sabbath slab [...]

March 31, 2015 Music, Reviews
TORRES SHARES NEW SONG, “SPRINTER,” OFF NEW ALBUM, VIA  NPR

TORRES SHARES NEW SONG, “SPRINTER,” OFF NEW ALBUM, VIA NPR

Georgia-bred, Brooklyn-based performer and songwriter TORRES (aka Mackenzie Scott) waits until an idea, an emotion, a memory-gnaws at her, tearing at her fingers and throat, until she releases it in song. Her husky voice strains against its human biological constraints [...]

March 25, 2015 Arts, Arts Reviews, Culture, Music, Reviews