Oblongata were prescient—they called out the 21st Century before it had a chance to bum us all out. This post now fortified with new photos & info direct from the band!
2002 begins and Speak In Tongues is no more. Eeek! The great (and ongoing) diaspora begins. Unfortunately Williamsburg won, and Cleveland lost…
The legendary Cleveland D.I.Y. venue was a crossroads for great musicians & artists—see artifacts that have never been online until now!
Buzz’s songwriting and performances with the Duvalby Bros. both define and transcend the ’90s post-Grunge time period. He will be missed.
Go into the mouth of Halloween madness with the artists, musicians, thinkers, doers & fans that make Los Angeles great. Check out the photos!
Halloween is gay Christmas with Butch Patrick, Glen Meadmore, Selene Luna, James St. James & more…
It’s trick or treat for underground bands as they assume musical alter-egos for one night, like the Sparks cover band Tips for Teens, which I got to play with!
It’s not often one gets the chance to spill the ol’ guts to a legend. So when Lydia Lunch calls, that’s a big freaking deal.
The highlights (& lowlights) revealed by U.S. Rocker writers, Cleveland musicians & fans.
The story behind the #1 free metal, punk & underground music magazine, told by the folks who started it.
U.S. Rocker, the greatest hard rock magazine to ever come out of Ohio, is available once more. For free. Like it’s the 1990s all over again!
After fourteen years in a time warp, L.A.’s Nintendo punks are back thanks to VGA Zine—and a new movie.
RuPaul teaches Sean the meaning of “If you stay ready, you ain’t gotta get ready” in front of Drag Race All-Stars Season 6 queens Pandora Boxx and Sonique…
Mandate, Honcho, Inches & Playguy publisher George Mavety is an unsung hero of the great gay awakening of 1970s and ’80s culture. Made in cooperation with ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at USC.
From Zoolander-esque supermodel to Texas cable access icon to broadcast’s premiere “homo host du jour,” here’s Jack’s tale in a nutshell.
With these fifteen movie edits, I’ve broken all Larry’s rules—I think he would secretly love the cheekiness.
On March 6, 2006, L.A.’s best underground performers made history—now you can watch the complete recordings online for the first time…
Get down with Goddess Bunny (RIP) & more in a rare 2006 magazine featuring Jack E. Jett’s The Queer Edge…
I’ve been chasing Jack’s backstory for years—the co-creator of The Jack E. Jett Show’s cable chaos has the answers.
Watch the brand new trailer! Love emerges from a time warp…
The beloved funk wizard’s cosmic slop of seasonal cheer comes your way December 24th via the Museum of Home Video.
Exclusive photos. Plus don’t miss a special announcment about the 2020 Pehrgeant streaming December 28th.
Sorry, Kurt. Craw and Boulder were the genesis of Monday Nights back in 1993—and their music has stood the test of time.