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Recent Issues


All Writing From Bill Heintz

Dec 2017


BATHS ROMAPLASM (ANTICON) It has been four long years since Baths (a.k.a. Will Wiesenfeld) released the haunting record Obsidian. As a longtime fan, I never thought he could top those complex and driving soundscapes from…Read full article

Feb 2016

Reviews, February 2016

Art CUBS THE POET RE-READ MSANIART GALLERY In a city that celebrates pageantry and performance, how do we experience the written word? Cubs the Poet, a constantly clacking fixture and poet for hire on Royal…Read full article

Jan 2016

Remembering God: A Lemmy Kilmister Tribute

It always seemed like it would be a cold day in hell when Lemmy died. The man was indestructible. I caught a whiff of the unfortunate future when Motörhead was forced to cancel a show…Read full article

Oct 2015

Reviews, October 2015

ANN PEEBLES GREATEST HITS (HI RECORDS/FAT POSSUM) With the Hi Rhythm Section backing her up, Ann Peebles released seven albums for Hi Records over the course of the 1970s. While her labelmate Al Green became…Read full article

Nov 2014

Corey Mitchell R.I.P.

About 12 years ago I was peeping through the film/television section at Barnes & Noble and came across a perhaps misplaced true crime book that was right up my alley: Hollywood Death Scenes: True Crime…Read full article

May 2014

Kids in a Candy Store: AG Writers at Record Store Day 2014

As a print publication, it’s easy to find solidarity with an event that celebrates another outdated but beloved medium, the vinyl record. Every year, Record Store Day promises a mini-Christmas miracle, for the record collector and shop…Read full article

Apr 2014

R.I.P. Dave Brockie

March 23, 2014 was a sad day for heavy metal and horror fans alike. The great David Murray Brockie (best known as Oderus Urungus, lead vocalist for the shock rock band, GWAR) was found dead…Read full article

Dec 2013

Top Gross-Out Moments in John Waters Films

Mondo Trasho (1969) – John Waters’ first full-length film is certainly unique in that it’s basically a silent film, using music to tell the story. The live chicken decapitation in the beginning, followed by some…Read full article