The Director of Anvil! seeks out the woman behind the Master of Suspense
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Vindication! Would-be/might-still-be Canadian metal gods Anvil, a hard-luck crew whose three-decade quest for stardom is lovely chronicled in the new doc Anvil! The Story of Anvil (a fantastic film lovingly praised by Camille here) will be doing a modest little NYC show this summer: at fuckin' Giant ... More >>
You may know bass player Duff McKagan from his work in Guns 'N Roses, Velvet Revolver, or Neurotic Outsiders. Next Tuesday, May 19, he brings his band, Loaded, to the Gramercy Theater for their local debut. In honor of this milestone, Duff asked us if he could share some of his New York experiences ... More >>
In this week's Village Voice Music Section, Rob Harvilla on '80s musical Rock of Ages' evolution from so-bad-it's-good to good, period. Adrienne Day mourns lost love and a lost vision of New York with Bat for Lashes. Chuck Eddy: Battle of the Country Hunks! In Film, J. Hoberman basically likes Ob ... More >>
We had a little trouble getting the Voice online this week, and we hope you didn't miss any of the great stuff in the issue. Like our former music editor Chuck Eddy's consideration of some contemporary male country singers and their new style of shit-kicking. Or J. Hoberman's review of Observe and ... More >>