Posts Tagged ‘Eyad Karkoutly’

Staff Blog

EYAD KARKOUTLY, YOU WERE ONE OF THE VERY BEST. I’LL MISS YOU.

April 7th, 2014

Last time I talked to Eyad Karkoutly, I was cursing him out on Facebook. “FUCK YOU for being such a good rock writer.”

Interview

IAN SVENONIUS: BETWEEN ‘EWW’ AND ‘WHOA’

April 16th, 2013

If you’re going to learn how to be in a rock band, then you couldn’t have a better teacher than Ian Svenonius, frontman of Nation of Ulysses, the Make-Up, Weird War, Chain & the Gang, etc. Svenonius’ new book, Supernatural Strategies for Making a Rock ‘n’ Roll Group, is a handy instructional manual delivered with a little help from the beyond. The Make-Up plays tonight at the Glass House. This interview by Eyad Karkoutly.

Album reviews

DANNY DARST: EXIT 10

January 22nd, 2011

While much of modern country music is pandering and vulgar in its homage to these country and western motifs, Danny Darst’s new soundtrack to a self-penned play, Exit 10, elevates the genre with a simple, unassuming arrangement: just a voice, a hollow body guitar, an acoustic bass and a pickup kit.

Staff Blog

WOMBLETON RECORDS GRAND OPENING

September 22nd, 2010

One of my favorite Charles Dickens quotes states “Vices are sometimes only virtues carried to excess!” If there’s one vice that was virtuously attended to last Saturday it was that of the obsessive record collector. Wombleton Records had the grand opening of their immaculate vinyl…

Live reviews

SWEATER GIRLS + PROCEDURE CLUB + WILD NOTHING @ THE ECHO

September 16th, 2010

Part Time Punk’s Michael Stock appropriately paired his DJ set list for the evening with treasured obscurities from indie pop groups such as Trixie’s Big Red Motorbike and The Field Mice. It is so cool to see people dance to good music on the dance floor, which is reason enough to come to Part Time Punks each and every week.