Sep 2011 | vol 11
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The Best of KROQ - 1989 Filter Adam Caress 0
Feature Interview – Red Wanting Blue’s Scott TerryDiscussing touring, thrift shops, and the definition of success with Red Wanting Blue's Scott Terry Feature Adam Caress 1
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex MagikFunk, rap, blues, punk, and fodder for yearbook signings circa '92 Review Brian Sousa 8
In Defense of the Robo-DJThanks to Pandora, I’ve found my life enriched by some pretty amazing music. Column Chris Madin 0
Lykke LiveWould it be scary to be in a small room with Lykke Li? Column Genie Giaimo 3
Mixtapes, CDs, Radio and Other 20th Century RelicsThinking back to the days of Morrissey, Toad the Wet Sprocket, and limited musical choices Feature Josh Caress 5
Best Dubstep of 2011 - Part II Filter Maeghan Ouimet 5
Of Pie, Time, and ArtAn interesting exercise, some fine cocktail conversation, and an opportunity to keep your crayon skills sharp. Column Philip Francis 5
Time Is On My Side Filter Philip Francis 0
Artist In Residence - September 2011 - Red Wanting BlueRed Wanting Blue has been called the hardest working rock band in America. This isn’t surprising considering leader Scott Terry’s decade-long dedication to the road. His songs about its trials, sung in a remarkable baritone, are backed by his expert band’s shimmering new-classic rock sound. Twelve of these tunes comprise this Columbus, Ohio-based band’s first official label release "These Magnificent Miles". Artist In Residence The Mule 0