Live Review: Tattoo The Earth

by michael bushman Damn it was hot. Africa Hot. 102 degrees in the shade. Serious. And they held this attack of heaviness on a black top parking lot. Which only made things hotter. Unprotected skin...

Review: Secret Hate

Secret Hate "“Pop Cult Vomit”" (Cornerstone RAS) Secret Hate emerged from a very long hiatus (since the early 80s) and bring us Pop Cult Vomit. This album is quality- nothing like the pop punk we’ve...

Review: Sixty Watt Shaman

Sixty Watt Shaman "“Seeds of Decades”" (Spitfire Records) Yee-haw!  Dem boys from back East knows how to rock.  Yep, damned if it don’t sound like Jethro Tull and Lynyrd Skynyrd done had themselves a...

Live Review: Ozzfest 2000

photos and words by bushman LOTS of bands. Lots of metal. Lots of fucked up people ingesting more 'party' by 1:00 in the afternoon than most college keggers on a Saturday night. Metal is so cool. The...
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Modern Fix

RHYMESAYERS - interview by seep home The Rhymesayers are crew of MC’s, breakers, and graffiti...

Review: Nothing Yet

Nothing Yet "Self-titled" (Seven Drunk Nights Music) It might be easy for me to brush this aside as another post-punk era NOFX-esque southern Californian rock trio, but by doing what is easy, I’d be...

Review: Jimmy Eat World

Jimmy Eat World "“Singles”" (Big Wheel Recreation) After the brewha surrounding Jimmy Eat World’s last CD, "“Clarity"” (which sold well and was a darling among the critics), the band was still...

Review: Joseph Arthur

Joseph Arthur "“Come to Where I’m From”" (Real World Records) Catchy rhyming lyrics and a steady acoustic guitar fill this some-what enjoyable offering from Joseph Arthur. Starting off mellow-dramatic...

Review: The Hives

The Hives "“Veni Vidi Vicious”" (Burning Heart Records) What the hell is going on in Sweden?  Here’s another fine band from the chunk of land best known for a bikini team, whatever the fuck that is....