Monthly Archives: March 2004

So long, farewell, Auf Weidersehen, goodbye. Catch you on the other side of the Mason/Dixon line. Advertisements

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Speed round: In shocking news, Guns ‘N Roses has cancelled an upcoming concert appearance and – whaddaya know? – is still recording. Ladies and gentlemen, meet Axl Rose, the new century’s Howard Hughes. Read this article carefully: Edwyn Collins is … Continue reading

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Here they go again: Bush’s Treasury Secretary says outsourcing is good. That’ll put food on the table if you lose your job to someone in India being paid a fourth of your wage, right?

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Single file: The reigning king of the lyrical non-sequitur, hip-hop division, returns as Ghostface Killah teams with Missy Elliott on “Tush,” which is decidedly not a ZZ Top cover. Backed by a crazy disco-funk track (anyone know what that sample’s … Continue reading

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Before I pack up the computer and ship it on its way to New Hampshire, how about a few new downloads via a trip into the wayback machine? Lidell Townsell was in the right place at the right time: that … Continue reading

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Thanks to a tip by Matt in a post over at The Freelance Mentalists, I checked out two current country singles by women recently, and boy am I glad I did. The first is “Redneck Woman” by newcomer Gretchen Wilson, … Continue reading

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It ain’t about Steriogram, or their single “Walkie Talkie Man” (ersatz garage rock, Strokes-via-Vines kinda thing). It’s about the video, directed by the genius that is Michel Gondry. Wow. If the record was as good as its vidclip… but don’t … Continue reading

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