Bookshelf: Teenage Bottlerocket’s Miguel Chen Explains Yoga and Punk Rock in I WANNA BE WELL

Bookshelf: Teenage Bottlerocket's Miguel Chen Explains Yoga and Punk Rock in I WANNA BE WELL

Bookshelf: Teenage Bottlerocket's Miguel Chen Explains Yoga and Punk Rock in I WANNA BE WELL

Bassist Miguel Chen of Teenage Bottlerocket is now an author with the publication of his new book, I Wanna Be Well: How a Punk Found Peace and You Can Too, from Wisdom Publications. Part meditation and yoga instructional, part self-help book, part autobiography, Chen’s book was co-written with Rod M

Source: www.cinepunx.com/Writing/bookshelf-teenage-bottlerockets-miguel-chen-explains-yoga-punk-rock-in-i-wanna-be-well/

Brad Norman talks about his doc, The Outhouse The Film, which plays Liberty Hall Saturday

Brad Norman talks about his doc, The Outhouse The Film, which plays Liberty Hall Saturday

Brad Norman talks about his doc, The Outhouse The Film, which plays Liberty Hall Saturday

In July 2011, filmmaker Brad Norman announced that he was going to make a film documenting the Outhouse, a punk club in a cornfield three miles east of...

Source: www.pitch.com/arts-entertainment/movies/blog/20978958/brad-norman-talks-about-his-doc-the-outhouse-the-film-which-plays-liberty-hall-saturday

Interview: A Giant Dog

Interview: A Giant Dog

It seems like many articles on Austin’s A Giant Dog tend to focus on the band’s stage shows and the things which happen when vocalist Sabrina Ellis performs. What seems to get shunted to the side is the actual studio music, the band having released three very excellent albums – Fight, Bone, and Pile — with a fourth, Toy, out today on Merge Records. The music of A Giant Dog is driving, pulsating stuff, and it’s never been more apparent than on Toy‘s first single, “Bendover.” It’s a big — nay, huge — blast of punk rock with the power of a ’70s arena band. We’re so besotted with it that this where we started our phone conversation with Ellis and guitarist Andrew Cashen as they drove from Austin to Portland to play a show with their other band, Sweet Spirit.

Source: modern-vinyl.com/2017/08/25/interview-a-giant-dog/

Vinyl Review: Various Artists — Closer To The Grave (15 Years Of Tor Johnson)

Vinyl Review: Various Artists — Closer To The Grave (15 Years Of Tor Johnson)

Five years ago, Tor Johnson Records celebrated their 10th anniversary with a 7-inch compilation, featuring songs from Saint Jude, Now Denial, Pretty Faces, and A Fine Boat, That Coffin. It came housed in a handmade, screen-printed jacket made from recycled LP sleeves, and included a download code for more than twice as many digital bonus tracks, featuring the likes of Weak Teeth and Jesuscentric. It was a cool reflection on how the label had evolved over its first decade.

Source: modern-vinyl.com/2017/08/25/vinyl-review-various-artists-closer-to-the-grave-15-years-of-tor-johnson/

Talking Lawrence Beer Company’s opening party with the brewery’s Matt Williams and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones’ Dicky Barrett

Talking Lawrence Beer Company's opening party with the brewery's Matt Williams and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones' Dicky Barrett

Friday, the Lawrence Beer Company kicks off its existence with a big street party, featuring veteran ska-punk act the Mighty Mighty Bosstones. It's the cu...

Source: www.pitch.com/music/interviews/blog/20973310/talking-lawrence-beer-companys-opening-party-with-the-brewerys-matt-williams-and-the-mighty-mighty-bosstones-dicky-barrett

Downtown Boys talk punk shows & accessibility in advance of their Monday show in Lawrence

Downtown Boys talk punk shows & accessibility in advance of their Monday show in Lawrence

Downtown BoysMiguel RosarioWith 2015's Full Communism on Don Giovanni, Providence's Downtown Boys drew wide acclaim for music that attacked capitalism, a...

Source: www.pitch.com/music/interviews/blog/20972487/downtown-boys-talk-punk-shows-accessibility-in-advance-of-their-monday-show-in-lawrence

Green Day brought the crowd onstage last night at the Sprint Center

Green Day brought the crowd onstage last night at the Sprint Center

Nick SpacekGreen Day The Sprint CenterFriday, August 11 Crowd participation was the theme of last night's Green Day show at the Sprint Center. The arena w...

Source: www.pitch.com/music/concert-reviews/blog/20972379/green-day-brought-the-crowd-onstage-last-night-at-the-sprint-center

Review of Exterminators’ ‘Product of America’ at Modern Vinyl

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A band returning to record material years after the fact isn’t unheard of: the Sloths put out an album on Burger, 50 years after recording their only single, “Makin’ Love,” in 1965, and it’s absolutely fantastic. But for a band to return 40 years later to the material and seemingly be angrier than the majority of most young punks? It’s positively astonishing.
Read the full review at Modern Vinyl. Published 1/23/17