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.”