Thursday, June 27, 2019

MUSIC REVIEW: Grip

Early Iteration
Grip
[no label]


Grip presents another chapter in their legacy of brutality with the Early Iteration. The nine-song album is a bleak, no frills, joy-killing ride through a hellish landscape—and in the post hardcore genre, that's a good thing!

Saturday, June 22, 2019

INTERVIEW: Andy Gill, Gang of Four

Long-time Reglar Wiglar rock correspondent David Gill interviewed Gang of Four guitarist Andy Gill and he gave us the transcript! While there is certainly no animosity or competition between these two men, we have decided to give this feature the tantalizing and salacious headline: Gill v. Gill. So there.

Friday, June 21, 2019

RECORD REVIEW: Brat Curse

Ohio's Brat Curse deliver an album of poppy, punky rock and roll with their self-titled sophomore record—their first for Columbus indie label Anyway Records.



Thursday, June 20, 2019

BOOK REVIEW: No Apocalypse: Punk, Politics, and the Great American Weirdness

Al Burian lived in Chicago for the better part of the decade. During his Windy City residency, he made zines, drew comics, played in bands and wrote the columns collected in this new publication from Microcosm, No Apocalypse: Punk, Politics, and the Great American Weirdness.