A match made in psychedelic R&B heaven
Also Horace Mann School, Star Trek, and Nike and Adidas?
O’Cha Thai Cuisine is Americanized Thai, but so what?
In advance: no, it’s not Hot Doug’s.
The local hardcore band broke up nearly a year ago, and Maryland punk blog Chug Life just posted its entire back-catalog courtesy of Raw Nerve’s Niko Zaglaras.
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Red Hamlet, Red Theater’s radical revision of Shakespeare, is an exercise in instability.
From the art of the real to the art of manipulation
Swedish reedist and record collector Mats Gustafsson interviews fellow discaholic R. Crumb.
Manhattan clam chowder + cioppino = ciowdah
Brazilian singer-songwriter Marcos Valle’s best records just got their first U.S. release.
At the taffeta barricades with Priscilla Queen of the Desert
Pipeworks Brewing combines alien abduction and raspberry truffles: two great tastes that . . . oh, never mind.
Mad Men, Mad World looks at the 60s through smoke-colored glasses.
A new take on old emo and indie rock that’s “a little bit Cranberries, a little bit Xmal Deutschland.”