RIP Mother Flawless Sabrina, Star of First Drag Docu “The Queen”
Sat, 18/11/17 – 9:00 | No Comment

The drag community lost a trailblazer with the passing of Mother Flawless Sabrina Friday night. Born Jack Doroshow in Philadelphia in 1939, she helped transform drag from an amusement for straight people into an art form that celebrated queer identity.
Doroshow first tried on women’s clothing as an 8-year-old, and by 19 had perfected the Sabrina […]

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Hercules and Love Affair…album review
Monday, 24 Mar, 2008 – 3:57 | No Comment
Hercules and Love Affair…album review

Finding that clever hook in an overly saturated music market today is not a simple task. Getting your music, how you want it, is easier than ever before, but finding the quality in the quantities is a challenge that most modern “musicians” fail to meet. Hercules and Love Affair, the newly formed collective from Andrew […]

LIGHTSPEED CHAMPION…album review
Sunday, 24 Feb, 2008 – 3:29 | No Comment
LIGHTSPEED CHAMPION…album review

Falling Off The Lavender Bridge

After a “consensual” break-up in 2006 of the short-lived UK based indie punk trio Test Icicles, third member in, Dev Hynes, has found solace playing with a new kind of toy that can only loosely be described as Americana folk. What seemed to be a resurgence of testosterone driven hardcore punk […]

AFRO PUNK IN LONDON…TAMAR KALI PROFILE
Saturday, 2 Feb, 2008 – 3:38 | One Comment
AFRO PUNK IN LONDON…TAMAR KALI PROFILE

AFRO PUNK IN LONDON
Star of independent film “Afro Punk” and former background singer for Outkast Tamar Kali speaks out about new album, politics, and the Black “skewed” community.
“I was at the Angelika Theater in New York and I saw this really beautiful, sexy Black girl. She was no more than nineteen… she was with this […]

Patti Smith “TWELVE” album review
Thursday, 17 Jan, 2008 – 2:52 | No Comment
Patti Smith “TWELVE” album review

One of the original riot girls who fought and fucked her way through a male dominated era, purveyor of punk Patti Smith rewinds with a newly released collection of covers entitled Twelve that is a master class in musicianship. Smith reunites with fellow megalomaniacs Tom Verlaine, ex-lover and poet rival, and legend Lenny Kaye, former […]