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 Everett True

Song of the day – 661: Girl Trouble

Song of the day – 661: Girl Trouble

This could be Screamin’ Jay lost without a Cajun swamp to hide in.

 Erika Elizabeth

Sex Tide – Flash Fuck (A Wicked Company)

Sex Tide – Flash Fuck (A Wicked Company)

By Erika Elizabeth If this vinyl offering is any indication, Sex Tide have clearly been drinking from the same polluted waters of Ohio that have spawned countless warped noisemakers performing their own sort of deconstructed CPR on the corpse of rock’n’roll – from Devo to The Cramps to the Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments to Times […]

 Tobi Vail

Hello from Olympia, WA – 2: Morgan And The Organ Donors, Hooded Hags + The Maxines, live at the Midnight Sun

I like a band that takes the time to dress up, it makes them seem cohesive and prepared.

 Everett True

10 Songs for Halloween

I’m going to have nightmares tonight.

 Everett True

Song of the day – 403: Date With Elvis

You can hear a Cramps influence, sure: but it’s not overladen.

 Everett True

The five rules of rock

If it was that easy to get right, don’t you think everyone would be doing it?

 Erika Meyer

How I Learned To Play Guitar

How I Learned To Play Guitar

Great rock music has less to do with ‘skill’ and ‘talent’ and more to do with a person’s ability to use music as an artistic medium.

 Wallace Wylie

Birth of an Abomination – Beck and the Ironic Persona

Birth of an Abomination – Beck and the Ironic Persona

Beck clones were everywhere and in their wake they rendered passionate feeling an embarrassing personality trait.

 Everett True

how to get featured on a music website

Sure, we’re open to bribery here at Collapse Board. Isn’t everyone in the music industry?

 Everett True

Song of the day – 128: Boo Frog

Despite the assertion from the editor of Mess And Noise that my blogging is all “NME this, or Franz Ferdinand that”, my desk seems to be currently sadly bereft of new releases from major labels, or even major indie labels. Instead, I’m reduced to scrabbling around among the scrag-ends of cultural abandon – or, as […]