April 2012 – Antigravity Magazine
Guidance Counseling: Theresa Andersson


Guidance Counseling: Theresa Andersson

This month, local soul songstress, multi-instrumentalist and Swedish-born beauty Theresa Andersson is acting as our wise sage, dispensing advice to some of our weary readers. After 20 plus years as a professional musician in New…Read full article

Paw Talk: Lost and Found

Arriving home after a ten-hour drive from Robbinsville, North Carolina, my house only partially feels like home. B and his band are touring Europe and Henry Dog is still in Metairie at his favorite playground,…Read full article

Beats Per Month: Check Your Headset

With all this great music coming up so soon, it’s hard not to get excited about the Spring. Mardi Gras and St. Paddy’s may be over but as we all know, there’s always something to…Read full article

From The Editor: Gone Fishing

We’re fashionably late this month. Sorry but with that thin slice of Spring almost gone, I had to get out and enjoy it. I was fortunate enough to gorge myself on crawfish and a flat…Read full article

The Rational Radicant: Brown Energy

I stay in shape by working out using body weight training and a book called You Are Your Own Gym. You should check it out: 14 bucks and you have a blueprint for life on…Read full article

Slingshots, Anyone? : Justice for Justin Sipp and Wendell Allen

On March 1st, around 5:30am, Justin Sipp and his brother Earl Sipp were stopped by police in Mid-City while Justin was on his way to work at Burger King. Those familiar with consistent police harassment…Read full article


Hottest Spot on the Compass: Dispatches from SXSW

Love it, hate it, ignore it or flock to it, Austin’s South By Southwest has become a yearly spectacle, where vans crammed with starry-eyed rock babies from across the country congregate in the heart of…Read full article

Ian Svenonius Just Doesn’t Like Anything Important

Ian Svenonius was the last musical character of the pre-internet, Washington D.C-Dischord Records era to sneak a seat at the table of legendary front-men, beside Fugazi’s Ian MacKaye and H.R. of Bad Brains. Svenonius’ first…Read full article

It’s Supposed to Be Loud: Shovels and Rope Make Friends with the Sound Man

When Meschiya Lake and Hurray for the Riff Raff’s Alynda Lee (two of this city’s powerhouse singer-songwriters) both gush on stage about how excited they are to be opening for their favorite band, it’s hard…Read full article

Long-Haired Bullshit with Buzz Osborne and Gary Mader

There are legendary bands like Nirvana and even New Orleans’ own Eyehategod; and then there are the Melvins. Like the Pixies or Black Flag, the Melvins helped create a rabid, raunchy rock movement. And while…Read full article