Ep. 305 Christian Coffins of Sacred Owls

Another Music Podcast Episode #305 – Sacred Owls Chuck Livid sits in with singer/songwriter Christian Coffins of Orlando’s Sacred Owls. We chat about his late ’90s Miami pop punk band The Roonies, horror films’ influence on his music, the U.S. government’s role in subversive acts against its citizens, the band’s Owl Mobile, his screen print shop Coffins Print Shop, Miami’s […]

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COLUMN: Rocket To Greenwich – My Time With Furious George

  There we were frantically rushing equipment from a yellow taxi, through the front door of the venue and onto the side of the stage of Brooklyn’s legendary The Grand Victory. When we first entered the place we were greeted by Sean, the venue’s bookie and general manager who directed us to the backstage/green-room area that doubled as a storage […]

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#Debauch2015 Interview: Pocket of Lollipops

Photo by Chuck Livid. Pocket of Lollipops is the husband-and-wife team of Tony Kapel and Maitejosune Urrechaga. The band has played in Miami for years and has always been active in the local art and music scene. They’ve always extended a helping hand to upcoming bands and artists. (Side note: Tony Kapel helped co-found this very site.)   You two are pretty much Miami’s […]

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#Debauch2015 Interview: Carla X

Photo by Neil Cohen Photography Carla X is no stranger to amazing South Florida parties and is often considered a force to be reckoned with in the alternative/industrial nightclub scene. Beside dancing Carla is also a talented makeup artist, cosmetologist, gun aficionado and just a really funny human being. I had the pleasure of chatting with Ms. X outside of the Alchemist coffee house […]

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#Debauch2015 Interview: Party Flag

Party Flag is (L-R) Doug Cammarota, Justine Iukine, Chuck Loose and Jared Earl. (Photo by teajayphoto.)  NOTE: This interview is part of a series of pre-show interviews leading up to TuffGnarl.com’s 2nd Annual Rock & Roll Debauch at Churchill’s Pub this Saturday, August 22. With a name like Party Flag, you can’t take yourself too seriously. Comprised of guitarist Jared Earl (Gravetree, McFisty, Cabrini Green), […]

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8 JRPG soundtracks you should check out

As much as any other aspect of game play, music is an inextricable part of the Japanese Role Playing Game (JRPG) experience. In a genre where friends become enemies and stalwart companions run the risk of being unceremoniously murdered, a JRPG’s soundtrack is an important constant that helps maintain cohesion within the bounds of even the most sprawling narrative. It […]

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