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Mouthing Off With Madeline

Mouthing Off With Madeline

Madeline Adams (also sometimes known as simply “Madeline”) was born and raised in Athens, Georgia, one of America’s most musically rich and innovative cities. So it’s no wonder she’s found herself gripped by a persistent drive to create and perform for over 10 years, despite being relatively young. Her current tour, kicking off in early […]

The Weirdest Man In Show Business: Gibby Haynes Targets New Orleans

The Weirdest Man In Show Business: Gibby Haynes Targets New Orleans

Gibby Haynes is known in music circles for two things: as the lead vocalist-agent-provocateur of the Butthole Surfers and for being an abject madman, a bullhorn-wielding, Rush Limbaugh-taunting, hand-igniting lysergic nightmare. He’s also known as one heck of a nice guy. At times, he personifies the city of Austin, Texas, the place that the Surfers […]

Roots Music: Jamming with the Plants at the Greenhouse Sessions

Roots Music: Jamming with the Plants at the Greenhouse Sessions

Rain clouds gathered overhead as I navigated my boat-like Ford SUV into a forgotten sliver of Lakeview. Upon arrival, the camera was rolling as August Cuny, armed solely with his acoustic guitar, began serenading an intimate audience of potted plants. I was relieved from the engulfing humidity as my eyes wandered around  to absorb the inhabitants […]

HIDE THE DOG!: Community Records Hits the Road (Summer ’12 Edition)

HIDE THE DOG!: Community Records Hits the Road (Summer ’12 Edition)

Touring has become one of the aspects of my life that I look forward to the most. For me, it’s the thing that makes waking up at 6 am, 5 days a week to go serve coffee, lattes and bagels to people on their way to work seem less burdensome. Touring is addictive (more addictive […]

Drawn And Quartered at The San Diego Comic-Con

Drawn And Quartered at The San Diego Comic-Con

The weeks leading up to the San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) were sweat-inducing and panic-riddled. I had been promised three all-access passes to the SDCC from an LSU football ticket scalper; and on that promise I pitched an article idea to the editors of ANTIGRAVITY and swore delivery of a Comic-Con exclusive. With my flight booked […]

D&B For Dummies: An Electronic Music Primer With The House DJ

D&B For Dummies: An Electronic Music Primer With The House DJ

Deep in Marrero, miles away even from the Expressway, inside an otherwise fully domesticated house, through its kitchen, past the laundry room and finally into the walled-in garage, a red “on air” light glows from one of two flat screen monitors, letting the world know that BelowCLevel is broadcasting to the world. Helming the controls […]

Guidance Counseling // Meschiya Lake

Guidance Counseling // Meschiya Lake

Meschiya Lake is one of New Orleans’ most adored female vocalists. She plays tirelessly around town with her Little Big Horns, charming crowds with dulcet tones, all the while keeping the true spirit of jazz alive in a city full of sound-same wannabes. The Little Big Horns are spending much of the next two months […]

Beats Per Month // Christmas Comes Early

Beats Per Month // Christmas Comes Early

A few weeks ago, Siberia held a record raid and if you didn’t make it, you either have no interest in vinyl, you were trapped under a rock or you drank too much the previous night. No matter what the excuse, you missed out on some great vibes, wicked people and crate upon crate of vinyl […]

Paw Talk // The Good, The Bad and The Squeaky

Picture it: the frayed rope toy in between you and your dog. You’re pulling; your dog is pulling, both of you growling. Your dog accidentally loses bite and quickly pops back, trying to grab the toy but nipping your hand instead. Here is where things could get ugly: your dog could continually pop back toward […]

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