Keith Morris, a few years shy of 60, remains typically snotty as hell, with trademark grimy dreads hanging from a head splotched with bald spots. But he also happens to be one happy camper. The iconoclastic ex-Black Flag bawlerwhose bratty freak-puke was on SST Records' initial release (the N ... More >>
The Meat Puppets' thirty-year journey can be divided into a trio of disparate trajectories: the mind-melting Deadhead-cum-hardcore desert-rock genius of their SST Records years (1982-89); the glossy, muscular grunge-lite of the successful major-label stint they enjoyed in the 90's (thanks in ... More >>
Willie DavisIt's surfing the crowd, not skating the crowd There was a lot of energy at yesterday's 4Knots Music Festival, and some people decided to use it to propel themselves above the crowdto middling results. Here, thanks to the crack shooting efforts of photographer Willie Davis, ... More >>
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