So much of art can be understood better when you look at the history and the people involved in its creation. I’m sure at least one art major will post somewhere how stupidly obvious this is, but I was a computer science major, so you’re lucky this entire article isn’t written out as a math equation....
Brainiac's last recording, "Electro-shock for President" turns 20 this Saturday. We take a look back at this amazing, underappreciated band's history and wonder where they could have gone next.
The Velvet Underground's first album (and only album with chanteuse Nico) turned 50 a few days ago. Does it still hold up, or has the banana turned black inside its peel?
It’s hard to distinguish individual songs within the cramped, rumbling ball of sound they make onstage. It does what heavy music does best: It creates vibrations so powerful I can feel my clothes shake and pressure build in my guts.
de'Lunula is happy to present one of our darkest, weirdest films yet.
After a brief two-year hiatus, local freaky folk-punk act Andy Warpigs returns with a collection of rare, obscure tracks for the geekiest of geek punx.
Filmed at the Trunk Space just months before its closure, the video features the Dads destroying a bowling alley, lighting off fireworks, and smashing faces in cake.
So a lot of great bands played at Trunk Space on Friday, one of the last shows before the venue closes.
As long as I've been paying attention, there has NEVER been a bad year in music. Some years are better than others, but no years are bad.
You know what the Urkel, the Twist, the Shoulder Lean, the Stanky Leg, the YMCA and the Chicken Noodle Soup all have in common? Supreme suckitude. And yes, all those fucking idiotic crazes are 100% real — look them up yourself.
Finally, another song besides Adam Sandler's schlocky fucking joke.
While dwelling has made the comparison seem absurd, they do occupy the same or adjacent space in my mind, so contrasting them is inevitable. In so doing, I have fleshed out for myself what it is that I love about each of them individually.