25 Albums Turning 25 That Don’t Suck

25 Albums Turning 25 That Don’t Suck

1991.  Was that really 25 years ago? I was a sophomore in college. About to be dumped by my girlfriend who in hindsight was a total bitch.  And of course going to spend a large amount of my time and disposable income in music stores.  The year started with the thankfully brief Gulf War.  Which motivated Yoko Ono to gather a bunch of celebrities and her son to record a rendition of “Give Peace A…

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Wilson – Rising Full Blast

Wilson – Rising Full Blast

Does anyone wanna know what I think? That’s pretty much how I walk through life. Waiting for complete strangers to ask for my thoughts on, well pretty much anything. I think a lot of things. Sometimes simultaneously. And I think Wilson may be the best thing to come of out Detroit since Stroh’s introduced the 30 pack. In an effort to combat my never ending pessimism about the future of music, 2015 has been smacking…

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Wilson – Right To Rise Album Review

Wilson – Right To Rise Album Review

Detroit Michigan is responsible for a lot of rock n roll. It is Detroit Rock City after all.  One of the Motor City’s latest rock n roll exports is the quintet Wilson. Wilson first came on my radar during a discussion with Marty McCoy of Bobaflex. When I told him I was going to be covering Crobot at the same club his eyes grew wide and he interjected that I had to check out Wilson. “Wilson? …

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Bobaflex – Anything That Moves

Bobaflex – Anything That Moves

I got to meet the McCoy brothers and the rest of Bobaflex when they brought their traveling Rock Show to Minnesota on June 20th. I had only recently been exposed to the erection inducing Rock from West Virginia and the subsequent show I saw made me realize that I had been in the dark when it came to Bobaflex. They are one of the current bands we need to ensure the future of rock.  I mean my…

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God Of Thunder Thighs

God Of Thunder Thighs

“Even the best chicks can only last a couple of hours.” I was years away from my first sexual experience when I first read that quote from David Lee Roth.  Yet despite my inability to truly comprehend what he was saying, something about that comment resonated with me.  That comment and the ability to come up with it seemed to embody everything I wanted to be.  In my pre-pubescent brain, it was quite possibly the…

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