Interview by Josh Medsker Ok, so tell me about the roots of Uncle Einar. What was driving the birth of the band? And who else is in the group besides you? From what we were discussing before, you write […]
Goooood day, dementites and dementoids!!!! At the tender age of 12, my mind was blown apart by Dr. Demento and his radio show. He opened up my mind to Weird Al and all of those great old tracks from the […]
Chris Isaak- Beyond the Sun (Vanguard) This album makes me giddy. This is Chris Isaak’s homage to the rockabilly he loves. Isaak and his band made this record at Sun studios in Memphis, and they effectively captured the pop and […]
(originally appeared in Noise Noise Noise, October 2011.) I wrote this article a few days after going to see legendary folk/blues artist Dave Van Ronk with my friend Brendan. Brendan was the one who turned me on to, for lack […]
(Originally appeared in Noise Noise Noise, Sept. 2011) Scott H. Biram is an Austin-based punkmetalcountry bad-ass, who has been rocking out, one-man-band style for more than a decade now. In the hallowed tradition of Joe Hill Louis, and Hasil Adkins, […]
Steve Young is a phenomenal singer, songwriter, and guitarist whose work has been covered by the likes of Dolly Parton and Eagles (“Seven Bridges Road”), Hank Jr. (“Montgomery in the Rain”), and Waylon Jennings (“Lonesome, On’ry, and Mean”). He has […]
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