Category Archives: Music

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Kinski Live Show Review & Process Interview : Balancing Music And Cinema, Rock And Experimentation

It almost makes too much sense that Kinski would choose to do a live score to the experimental silent film, Berlin: Symphony of a City. The band named themselves after Klaus Kinski, the wonderfully insane sidekick to legendary German New Wave director Werner Herzog (whose surname was also used in a Kinski side project).
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Neon Blonde Musician Interview

Thanks to the explosion of garage bands and MTV’s acceptance of them, suburbia now seems like a prime breeding ground for scene kids and musicians on the rise. But as Johnny Whitney of Neon Blonde and the Blood Brothers will tell you, things weren’t always this way. Whitney grew up in Kirkland, a suburb of...Read...
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Armalite – Self-Titled Album Review

Over twenty minutes of fast, catchy pop-punk songs that sound like Screeching Weasel and J Church. Songs such as “Grace,” “Unfinished Business,” and “When Nice People Think Dumb Things, Attack, And Vote” are the kind of clever jabs that have been laid to rest in place of LiveJournal posts put to guitars. It’s members are...Read...
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