Articles tagged jon spencer

The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion: Freedom Tower - No Wave Dance Party

The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion aren't about to reinvent the wheel, but with music this good they don't need to.

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Texas Music Triumphs in the iTunes Era

Some music labels aim to score the next flavor of the week; others, like Saustex in Texas, buckle down and see seminal and compelling backyard styles.

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“True Rock and Roll Is Something That’s Very Crazy”: A Chat with Jon Spencer

Jon Spencer talks about the reissues of the Blues Explosions' mid-1990s landmarks Orange, Orange Experimental Remixes and Acme and the hip-hop obsessions that shaped them.

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Bomb the Bass: Future Chaos

First album in 13 years from renowned British DJ/producer Tim Simenon. Created almost entirely on Minimoog.

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Fuzz: The Sound That Revolutionized the World

The uninitiated to the fuzz scene might have difficulty telling their Maestro FZ-1As from their Vox Tone Bender copies.

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Heavy Trash: Going Way Out with Heavy Trash

Spencer and Verta-Ray's rockabilly romp grows wilder, weirder, and considerably louder with the addition of the Sadies, who are fast gaining a reputation as world's best backing band.

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Spencer Dickinson: The Man Who Lives for Love

Uneven, over-the-top, and, at its best, irresistibly dirty blues funk from Jon Spencer and the North Mississippi All-Stars

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Is Black Widow Still a Hero? Dissecting the Misogynistic Outrage Against the Avengers

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"Black Widow may very well be the pinnacle of the modern action heroine, so why is there so much backlash about her role in the new Avengers film?

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