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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 […]

The Radical Radicant // Insomnia 6574

The Radical Radicant // Insomnia 6574

A cat fight screaming sets off a dog barking, which sets off all the dogs barking; soon it’s a cacophony of dogs and as if conducted by a drunken symphony conductor, a random scream is heard in the distance, followed by the distant and rapidly approaching wail of a police siren. I live on a […]

Slingshots, Anyone? // Growing Pains

There I lay, writhing on a pool table in the venue’s empty green room. Yes, I had been here before. No, I don’t mean this particular bar in Austin. I mean trapped within this pitiful melodrama: whining, pleading, trying to mount an exorcism of the arthritis from my riddled body. The tacky bar fixture hung […]

Beats Per Month // Gear Lust

Beats Per Month // Gear Lust

When I was a kid, I can remember begging my mom for some Casio keyboard that I saw on a commercial that conveniently aired around Christmas. As time went on, that keyboard became a drum set, which became a bass guitar, which in turn became two turntables and a mixer. Throughout my years playing music, […]

Radical Radicant // Small Dicks Big Wars

Radical Radicant // Small Dicks Big Wars

People with very small dicks have been shaping the way we act and what we choose to do for a long time. Our culture is their battleground in the war of life. I am using the term ‘small dick’ symbolically, of course, to represent a person’s insecurities that may or may not actually be related […]

Guidance Counseling // Supercool DJ Kazu

Guidance Counseling // Supercool DJ Kazu

This month we bring you the life of the party, Mr. Kazuaki Mai—aka Supercool DJ Kazu. Originally from Fukuoka, Japan, Kazu has been a staple of the New Orleans DJ scene since he landed here in 2003. With an eclectic style that sways from NOLA bounce to soundtrack music to classic house, Kazu is often […]

All Age Page

All Age Page

The first show to start off the summer season was at United Bakery or simply the Bakery, in the Bywater on May 31st. Thou, local doom metal band, put on a rather intense set as an opener. They play a very heavy, sludgy style of doom. Bryan Funck’s vocals proved to be rather unique in metal and the […]

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