In 1988, Garcia spoke of foundation of the Grateful Dead & their experiences with the acid tests. Watch this 5 1/2 minute excerpt produced by Blank On Blank & PBS
We speak to a Delaware artist who created a series of illustrations combining Guy Fieri wi/ figures from anime, videogames, & Kaiju. See these drawings NOW!
Out of character, the vocalist speaks about 3 decades of fronting a troupe of dope-sick intergalactic thrash monsters as a sword wielding humanoid barbarian
An extensive interview with the underground contemporary master about his first large-scale solo exhibit, featuring a selection of preview images
a new documentary chronicling the Athens groupwill now be funded, but there’s still a little time to get your hands on some amazing Kickstarter exclusives
Directed by Dave Markey (The Year Punk Broke) this new DVD is the result of 6 Dino getting the opportunity to film their heroes play live & interview them.
I saw Onsen‘s Subaru from the balcony of my apartment, so I ran down the steps and hopped in to the passenger seat. We were running late to meet with the artist Thea Wolfe, creator of the WEEN coloring book. A week earlier, I had received a Google instant message from a friend and staff […]
I went to meet artist Brian Despain with great intentions and high hopes. I read all the content of his website, went to a gallery show and took adequate notes, and did a good study on his bio. All my ducks in a row with my dictaphone set and ready but, as I dipped out […]
Since 2003, David Wang has released a body of work that pretty much runs the gamut of experimental electronic music. As “Mochipet“, Wang made his first waves with his mash-up masterpiece, “Combat“, on the Violent Turd label (an offshoot of Kid606’s seminal Tigerbeat6 techno label), in 2003. Breakcore-inspired exercises like “Yes vs. NoMeansNo” and “They […]
Out of Los Angeles California, Oakland transplant, Cory Scoffern (AKA The Grouch), is continuing to make a mark in the West Coast rap scene as a prominent figure who has helped to pioneer and spotlight what was once considered an underground movement. The rapper/producer/beatsmith made his dent with the infamous, 8-strong Living Legends crew and with such projects as […]
So it’s about 20 minutes before I’m supposed to do my interview with songwriting legend Daniel Johnston when my girlfriend Kim walks into the Comet Tavern. I’m drinking a Mac & Jacks African Amber and trying to get all of my notes and shit organized because I’m still under the misguided idea that I may […]