Category Archives: Music

SHOW PREVIEW: PEARS at Propaganda in Lake Worth 05-18-17

Back in April 2015 we called then little known New Orleans band PEARS “punk rock’s last hope.” News of our proclamation spread like wildfire through Livejournal, Myspace, IRC, international news wires and most importantly to Fat Mike’s ears and within months PEARS signed to Fat Wreck Chords. Shortly thereafter pictures of the band hanging out with Bill Stevenson of Descendents/ALL […]

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SHOW PREVIEW: Shonen Knife at Churchill’s Pub 05-05-17

Shonen Knife was formed by Naoko Yamano and Atsuko Yamano in Osaka, Japan in 1981 and since then has continued to write some of the catchiest songs ever put to wax. Most in the United States were first introduced to Shonen Knife from their shows opening for Nirvana in 1993 and the band’s multiple national television appearances in support of their album “Let’s Knife” […]

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Record Review: The Holy Terrors – Live Six – 25th Anniversary Reissue

1992 was an interesting year in South Florida’s music history. The scene was large and prolific enough to afford stark divisions. The primary divide was between the mostly Miami-based contingent of punk rockers and weirdos and the mostly Broward-based “serious” would-be rock stars. The division was deep enough for noise guru Rat Bastard to design a flyer illustrating it. The […]

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INTERVIEW: Uruguay’s Motosierra chat about their new 7″, Director Fede Álvarez & their love of Turbonegro

Motosierra

Motosierra‘s a Uruguayan punk ‘n roll band that’s been around for nearly two decades. I chatted with Marcos Motosierra back in September to talk about their new 7″ released through Atlanta’s Spaghetty Town Records. Motosierra’s sound is fierce, balls to the wall, and not to be missed. Chuck : Tell me a little about Motosierra. Marcos : Motosierra’s been a band for […]

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