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All Writing From Bryan Funck



Dec 2015

Reviews, December 2015

ADULTS THIS IS OUR YEAR (THIS IS HURRY UP AND WAIT) I have to channel my inner Bryan Funck because I was hoping he’d review this record but dude is so “busy” these days, mostly…Read full article

Feb 2015

Catharsis: Choose Your Heaven

In the mid-90s when I first began obsessing over hardcore, it still held a strong, exotic mysticism that was only informed by the few shows I was lucky enough to stumble upon, the folklore propagated…Read full article

Dec 2014

Deconstructive Criticism: Naughty and Nice Edition

I thought most of these reviews would be a lot harsher than they ended up. But in fact, most of them are pretty nice as far as I’m concerned. So if you’re offended by anything…Read full article

Jul 2014

What a Lovely Day to Make-Up: Mike Patton of the Oswalds

Most people who hear the name “Mike Patton” immediately think of the famous crooner from Eureka, California. But for a good handful of folks from New Orleans, they also think of an outrageously underrated songwriter…Read full article

Jun 2014

Real Talk: Memorable Moments from Antigravity’s First Ten Years

AG has been privileged to speak with a lot of artists over the past 10 years and have them tell us their stories. Here are some of the most memorable moments as rendered by Osa…Read full article

Mar 2013

Deconstructive Criticism from Bryan Funck

Pop Punx THE GHOSTWOOD EMPTY COSMIC GLOOM (DIGITAL RELEASE) These guys are pretty much the best local pop band. The impeccable songwriting definitely rubs shoulders with Chalmette’s the Robinsons, with less Ramones/Weezer and more Screeching…Read full article

May 2012

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