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BOX ELDERS: I WOULD LOSE MY MIND

Box Elders just left their home in Nebraska on the heels of their absolutely winning Alice and Friends album on Goner, which is ferociously adorable bubblegumistic rock ‘n’ roll recorded perfectly through a stack of furry comforters. They play tonight with Nobunny, Hunx and his Punx and Pearl Harbour. This interview by John Henry. By

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IMAGINE THE BAND: SHIT AND PISS AND KILL

Imagine The Band is a one-clearly-visible-man act consisting of many band members neither seen nor heard without the aid of the imagination. Egos Personos—singer, songwriter, choreographer, ventriloquist, motivator and presidential candidate for 2020—gave a short interview recently before he realized he was being secretly taped. This interview by John Henry. By

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BARE WIRES: THE MOST WORTHLESS PIECE OF VIDEO

Matt Melton is the mastermind behind Bare Wires, Snake Flower 2 and numerous other bands over the years. Originally from Memphis, this mustachioed madman—now based out of Oakland—has never wavered from his musical vision. He shot Jay Reatard’s most famous album cover and is wondering why people have to break everything they can. This interview by John Henry. By

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QUINTRON: RISK YOUR LIFE TO BECOME A CALLIOPE PLAYER

Quintron invented the dream-machine-slash-drum-machine called the Drum Buddy and Miss Pussycat invented Pussycat Caverns for her puppets, and during slower moments at their Spellcaster Lodge in New Orleans Quintron compiles the Great Organ Moments thrift-store organ classics compilations. He talks now to John Henry about what organs he loves and what organs he respectfully fears. By

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FARFLUNG: LET’S JUST FREAK OURSELVES OUT

Farflung are one of the heaviest—especially adjusted for Earth gravity—bands in Los Angeles and have learned well from the explorations of ancient astronauts like Hawkwind and Chrome. They will be performing a rare hometown show this Saturday at Nomad Collective. This interview by John Henry. By