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August 27th, 2015 · No Comments
May 13th, 2015 · 1 Comment
This eerie and lovely bit of Americana comes through the filter of Lindsey Baker, a/k/a Guts Club. The album The Arm Wrestling Tournament, a reflection on torture-murder and other themes, is available now.
May 11th, 2015 · No Comments
Chris Rogers is a charming array of contradictions. He’s an arty intellectual who listens to obscure Tzadik releases for fun yet never, ever trumpets his own creative achievements. He’s an introvert, and also the nexus and entry point for some of funniest, most entertaining social scenes I’ve interacted with. He’s shy and eccentric, yet has […]
April 22nd, 2015 · No Comments
This piece is performed by Sharon Greene, an ex-Neo-Futurist and top-shelf friend, and written by Emerson Dameron.
April 20th, 2015 · No Comments
CL Hawk is not a ’70s cop show, but a Chicago writer, performer, and surrealist. She reads here from the Table Flip Club’s founding document, an incendiary tract for women in technology.
April 16th, 2015 · No Comments
This piece is performed by the delightfully bent Chicago comedian, actor and writer Jay Berger and written by Emerson Dameron. It was inspired by a prompt from Laura Olin, of Everything Changes e-fame.
April 13th, 2015 · No Comments
The Los Angeles band Olin & the Moon has played distinctly SoCal-flavored Americana since 2006. Tomorrow, the new album Every One You Know hits the streets, the boulevards, and the crescents. You can go ahead and bump “Every Summer” and “Solitary Hill” now. Meanwhile, O&TM is already at work on another new joint for later […]
April 9th, 2015 · No Comments
Epigraph: Life is great without a care . M.P. Carver would like to give thanks and acknowledge her debts to Lady Gaga, Lorde, and the other pop singers who inspire her.
April 6th, 2015 · No Comments
Platinum contributor Jesse Nathan returns, “a little bit sober,” with a positive attitude.
March 30th, 2015 · No Comments
Our friend David Krilivsky returns, reflects.