Joan Jett Joins Against Me! to Perform Replacement’s Cover “Androgynous”
Jun10

Joan Jett Joins Against Me! to Perform Replacement’s Cover “Androgynous”

Against Me! tore down Terminal 5 on Friday night, in New York, with a monstrous 45 minute performance of new and old songs. The highlight of the evening was when ageless rocker Joan Jett hopped on stage and joined in on a version of The Replacement’s classic “Androgynous.” “This cover is so obvious because I am transgender” said Against Me frontwoman Laura Jane Grace followed by a roar from the audience....

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Gallows: Video Portrait

Life In A Bungalo got a chance to interview Gallows bandmates Laurent Barnard and Steph Carter before their set at the New Jersey stop of the Warped Tour. The band talks about tearing it up on stage, playing the Warped Tour, and their new record “Grey...

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Record Store Day Haul
Apr20

Record Store Day Haul

Record Store Day turned out to be a huge success in Northern New Jersey this past Saturday. I woke up early to head out in search of some limited vinyl records, only to get a call from my friend Josh that Vintage Vinyl had already been pillaged and that the place was pretty packed. So I decided to find Scotti’s Records, an old CD store I use to visit for Ticketmaster tickets (back before the Internet). Record Store Day’s...

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Lux Interior Dead at 62: Long Live The Cramps
Feb05

Lux Interior Dead at 62: Long Live The Cramps

Via Girlie Action: Lux Interior, lead singer of The Cramps, passed away February 4, 2009 due to an existing heart condition at Glendale Memorial Hospital in Glendale, California at 4:30 AM PST . Lux has been an inspiration and influence to millions of artists and fans around the world. He and wife Poison Ivy’s contributions with The Cramps have had an immeasurable impact on modern music. The Cramps emerged from the original New York...

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Doomsdayers Daytrippin’ on the East Coast
Oct01

Doomsdayers Daytrippin’ on the East Coast

So I went to Asbury Park last Friday to video tape the Koffin Kats and spend a few dollars on some really cool bowling pins. I was trying to time my arrival at the club to correspond with the Kats set time, but alas, I got there early and was forced to eat some amazing grilled cheese and tater tots. While waiting for the band to get on stage, I caught a set by The Doomsdayers from Philadelphia. The band was Vic Victor approved and...

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