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Three is the Magic Number: Rock Music books that are worth reading

Frank Zappa’s famous maxim that “Most rock journalism is people who can’t write, interviewing people who can’t talk, for people who can’t read” has, for the most part, be borne out by history. 668 more words

My Life as Scored by Bob Mould

Bob Mould, Patch the Sky (Merge, 2016)

It goes without saying that, generally speaking, I make no pretense of objectivity, at least when it comes to matters of art. 2,120 more words


important Queerness

Last night I saw Grant Hard play in Loring Park, and it was really amazing. At the start of the show he kept on interrupting the Current DJ who was introducing him, being a punk, mocking the sponsor. 868 more words


1985. A Great Year in (Mostly) Alternative Music

Last month, I looked at the year 1979 as it pertained to alternative music. The reason was that I noticed that 1979 saw a lot of really good alternative music albums being released. 945 more words

Pop Culture

…2016 w 25 – Album of the week is “Patch the sky" by Bob Mould.

One of the true rock´n´roll heroes, beginning his career in hugely influential band Hüsker Du in the late 70´s. Over just a few years developing from unruly punk/hardcore to melodic, guitar-based alternative rock with songs to die for. 214 more words


Ignored 86: Steve Kane on New Day Rising

In this new episode of The Completely Ignored Podcast, Steve Kane (president, Warner Music Canada) gets hardcore with Cam and Sammy in a chat about Minneapolis punk royalty Hüsker Dü and their 1985 album  21 more words


The Byrds: "Eight Miles High"

Tune du Jour: “Eight Miles High” – The Byrds
THE CLASH of Cover Tunes: Gli Astrali vs. Husker Du vs. The Moffs
THE CLASH Of Cover Tunes