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Smells Like Infinite Sadness
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Gen-X'ers musings on pop culture past and present, covering alt-rock, cult movies, TV and comic books
Gen-X'ers musings on pop culture past and present, covering alt-rock, cult movies, TV and comic books

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Episode 11: 25 Albums Turning 25 In 2018: The Best Albums of 1993-SLIS Podcast: celebrating a watershed year for alternative music.  Following on the heels of our podcast episode ranking the best albums from 1988, co-host Chris Logan and I decided to…
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Episode 14: Raw Deal (Smells Like Cinematic Sadness)-SLIS Podcast: our new podcast series ‘Smells Like Cinematic Sadness’ (featuring yours truly and co-host) Damon Shell will tackle the best bad movies of all time. Up first, this lesser-known stinker…
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Concert Review: Gary Numan at The Mohawk, Austin-Electronic pioneer brought the cool on a sweltering night. ★★★★★ It was an overcast evening last Friday, but it was still oppressively hot. But not even the unrelenting humidity could stop the enthusiasm of…
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Episode 11: 25 Albums Turning 25 In 2018: The Best Albums of 1993-SLIS Podcast: celebrating a watershed year for alternative music.  Following on the heels of our podcast episode ranking the best albums from 1988, co-host Chris Logan and I decided to…
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Episode 11: Jay Aston Talks Gene Loves Jezebel 2018 North American Tour-SLIS Podcast: frontman discusses the group’s first North American tour in 2018, thoughts on their 2017 release ‘Dance Underwater’, and more. Gene Loves Jezebel were one of the most…
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Episode 9: 30 Albums Turning 30 In 2018: The Best Albums of 1988-SLIS Podcast: celebrating the best alternative and metal albums turning 30 this year. For anyone who has followed my blog for a while, you’re used to reading my best-of lists by year…
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Spotlights ‘Hanging By Faith’ Review: Brooklyn alternative-metal trio return with remixes off last year’s Seismic LP, as well as a cover track. Spotlights’ album Seismic was one of the best albums of 2017, a bruising yet beautiful sound from the NYC…
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Failure ‘Your Body Will Be’ Review: band’s 2nd of four 2018 EP’s covers the gamut of their sound.  Hot on the heels of their In The Future EP, Failure are back with Your Body Will Be (due May 25th on Failure Records),the 2nd of 4 EP’s planned for this…
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Poptone ‘Poptone’ Review: Bauhaus, Love and Rockets and Tones on Tail vets reunite for live recordings of their classic back catalogue.  Last year former Bauhaus, Tones and Tail, and Love Rockets members Daniel Ash and Kevin reunited as Poptone, rounded…
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Kaada ‘Closing Statements’ Review: Norwegian instrumentalist offers a moving meditation on death. Norwegian composer and multi-instrumentalist John Erik Kaada has had a diverse and multi-faceted career. While he’s perhaps best known for his work with…
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