Riot Grrrl is a myriad of contradictions. And that’s to the good.
American cities with thriving music scenes in 1984 overlooked by Huey Lewis & The News in their #1 US Pop Hit ‘The Heart Of Rock And Roll’
Forgetting Minneapolis? The year of Purple Rain, Let It Be, and Zen Arcade? Inexcusable.
I gave it name. “Oblique hip-hop”: angular but open, unkinked but unlinked
Oh, shit, I’m sorry man, my mouth tends to run a bit when I’ve been drinking.
By Sleevie Nicks
Sub Pop even released my version as a seven-inch, the worst-selling on the label
I like that I can delete this from my iTunes and not miss it later.
Music to make out to, I suppose. A collegiate version of Norah Jones.
by Everett True P.S. For those who prefer their reviews composed in a more traditional way, you can find a fine review by Scott Creney here.