I figured, in the case of The Clash, there were no new tales to tell. Sean Egan’s The Clash on The Clash, however, offers a compelling counter-argument.
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Think of A Softer World as a daily comic strip on an imaginary newspaper page of dark and genre-disturbing funnies.
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Nothing says New York like loud, cutting edge rock and the Fluids offer a textbook case on a new single.
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Wisconsin brothers leave school, retreat to the woods and emerge with psych-soaked collection of songs filled with surprises.
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Gasoline Lollipops continue to innovate by melding folk sentiment with punk provocation.
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This oral history seeks to course-correct one man’s discography that’s been overshadowed by that of his band, but it seems more intent to course-correct Moore’s reputation.
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Richie & Rosie continue their ascent with this torrid cover of an Appalachian classic.
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A big-budget sequel to a certified cult classic is always a dicey cinematic prospect, but with Denis Villeneuve at the helm, the Flipside fellas just couldn’t wait to see what this new work would enhance.
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In attempting to re-edit Daredevil to fit the Spider-Man mold, Fox turned a pretty decent film into a muddled mess.
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Dale Crover discusses the Melvins’ willingness to break their own mold and what he and Charlie Watts have in common.
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