The Melvins member's solo LP reveals the wide range of his influences and talent.
A review of Meet Me in the Bathroom: Rebirth and Rock and Roll in New York City 2001-2011 from someone who lived it.
John Colpitts (Kid Millions, Oneida) examines an iconic exhibition featuring an iconic exhibitionist.
John Colpitts (Oneida, Kid Millions) examines Brooklyn DIY through Goodbye Brooklyn: The Story of Death By Audio.
John Colpitts (Oneida, Kid Millions) finds the show to be nostalgic, pandering and disingenuous about its core: anxiety about the boomer’s relevance.
And learned some pretty vital lessons in the process.
The rise of the MP3 means that some wonderful things about making and listening to music are gone forever. A smart new book tells how we got there.
On his 20th album, Robyn Hitchcock drops the whimsy for a focused meditation on death, love and loss.
A bunch of years ago, I borrowed an organ from Wooden Shjips when we played together in San Francisco. They couldn’t have been cooler about it...
Rod Stewart is for everyone. I know this for sure; I read his book, I’ve listened to a ton of his music — which is as great a body of sound as...