With a cover of Guns N' Roses' "Sweet Child O' Mine."
First two Sonics LPs are re-released with bonus tracks.
We solve for sound on Square Root of Negative One.
Swift's Soulful Fruit (1997) was originally a mix-tape the DJ sold while on tour with the X-Men. Later it was picked up by Peanut Butter Wolf's Stones Throw label and distributed on CD.
Jane's Addiction, Elliott Smith, ravers, punkers get celluloid treatment.
Quirky garage-pop album with contributions from New Zealand artists Graeme Downes of the Verlaines, David Kilgour of the Clean, Tall Dwarf and soloist Chris Knox.
After listening closely to the lyrics a few times, I began to suspect that the whole thing is an ode to Viagra.
Sample song titles: "Helpful Monkey Wallpapers Entire Home," "Clever Chemist Makes Chewing Gum from Soap" and "Three-Year-Old Genius Graduates High School at Top of Her Class."
On "Synchronic Disjects" a young girl says, "It is the business of the future to be dangerous."
Band's latest, Treat Her Like A Show Cat, is littered with lightweight ditties.
Liz stands tall on witty, honest new album.
The record offers Mekons dub, Mekons lounge, Mekons rave, and Mekons rock, with a bit of we've-got-a-beatbox-and- we-kind-of-know-how-to-use-it thrown in.
Director John Carluccio moves turntablists out front for rare chance to hear them speak about their art.
Rock docs and live shows highlight five-day celebration.
NYC turntable wizard takes cue from punk's DIY ethos and his background in visual arts.