Charles Bukowski's 'On Love' and 'On Cats'

Charles Bukowski's 'On Love' and 'On Cats'

By Shyam K. Sriram

Bukowski's voice and style swung wildly over his lifetime, and collections varied considerably in quality depending on the whims of editors 28 Apr 2016 // 2:15 AM

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The Sound and the Warmth: An Interview with Cardiknox

// Sound Affects

"New York's Cardiknox are taking more steps in their goal of world domination. With their debut record Portrait out, the band are dreaming big, wanting to transcend the indie pop scene.

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