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"We thought, 'why don't we do something that involves the most work possible?' And the most rehearsal, trying to figure out how to do these damn songs that we kinda gave up on a long time ago," says X singer/guitarist John Doe with a laugh. See also: A Complete Guide to Which X Show You Should Atte ... More >>
In the late seventies and early eighties, X emerged as the most prolific punk band on the West Coast. Their raucous rhythms, rebellious energy, and enigmatic lyrics cemented their reputation as raconteurs of the Los Angeles scene. Though they haven't released new material since the mid-nineties, the ... More >>
Los Angeles is to X as New York is to the Ramones. Discuss. Actually, not exactly. As X frontwoman Exene Cervenka relates, if it wasn't for a review slagging the Ramones, X might not exist. Seems the negative notice assured future X guitarist Billy Zoom that another band was as aberrant as he wan ... More >>
White Crosses revels in the suddenly anomalous thrills of power chords
X's 13 x 31 tour hits New York and the Fillmore at Irving Plaza on Saturday, May 24th while the day before Cervenka's exhibition of recent collages, "Sleep in Spite of Thunder," opens at the DCKT Contemporary art galley on the Bowery. "What happened to our audience was Mothers Against Drunk Drivers ... More >>
Baby let's have a ficus leaf and a cranberry Snapple before Bush do something crazy