May 2012 – Antigravity Magazine
Bridging The Gap with Norco Lapalco


Slingshots, Anyone? : Rethinking Apocalypse

Recently I found myself on a sojourn in a small college town in northern Arizona. There were a couple things that struck me right off about the place in contrast to the gritty town I…Read full article

Guidance Counseling: Dummy Dumpster

It was a year ago exactly that we featured Mike Schadwell’s glorious, sweaty body on the cover of ANTIGRAVITY. His band of many years and many incarnations, Dummy Dumpster, had just released their first 7”…Read full article

Beats Per Month: Time Out

Well friends, I hope that everyone found exactly what they were looking for on last month’s Record Store Day. Personally, I didn’t actually get around to physically going to a record store, however, I did…Read full article

The Rational Radicant: Anarchy & Anonymity

There was a movie that came out based on a book called Men Who Stare at Goats. It was a nonfiction account of interviews with some of the people involved in a special section of…Read full article


Bridging The Gap with Norco Lapalco

When I first saw the name Norco Lapalco on a flyer, I knew something was up. Any band that was going to draw its name from the polar opposite and outermost reaches of the city–…Read full article

Hello Shit. This Is An Interview With Sam McPheeters

When looking back to the roots of American hardcore, most punks might quickly rattle off names of those early archetypal architects like Ian MacKaye or Henry Rollins or look to bands like Bad Brains, SSD,…Read full article

Talking Monet and Metal with Habitat

Following suit with the indulgent nature of this city, one band is not enough for the average NOLA musician. West Bank natives Andrew Landry and Evan Cvitanovic, known as the masterminds behind noisy math metal…Read full article

Junk Food Rappers: The Health of Today’s Hip Hop Consciousness

All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances —William Shakespeare, As You Like It Sitting at a bar one night,  embedded in a…Read full article

TARD and Feathered

Anyone familiar with the graffiti “Fat Kids from Outer Space” will recognize the work at Du Mois Gallery on Freret Street this month, since the artist is the same: Tard, who has lived all over…Read full article