This Week In The Voice: Skrillex Twists The Rock Template, Charles Gayle Returns To “Streets,” And Don Giovanni Records Keeps Jersey’s Punk Dream Alive


This week in the Village Voice, out today: I go to a Skrillex show and wonder about his music being a less embarrassing-angst-tinged take on nu-metal; Brad Cohan talks to New York City avant-jazz lifer Charles Gayle on embracing his alter ego, Streets The Clown; and Camille Dodero looks at the commitment to punk embodied by Don Giovanni Records, the Jersey label that produces “local hits for the drunk and alone crowd.”

This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on February 8, 2012

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