THANKS FOR THE STORIES
We had some great stories come in over the past few weeks about Gene Eugene. Keep them coming if you’ve got them. We can add them to the website pretty quickly.
Sometimes, I consider maybe making this whole thing a website. I wonder why we bother with a magazine version sometimes. Not that I hate it or anything, it just seems that everything is moving that direction, so why not just go all online?
Well, that won’t happen anytime soon, but we will still continue to archive each issue online about 3 months or so after they are released. So be sure to go and comment on the articles that you liked – or add stories that others might be interested in.
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- Letters to Us
- Steve’s Corner
- Matt’s Musings and Meanderings
- Mike Stand & The Altar Boys: “All I Wanna Do, Is Find The Place Where I Melt Into You”
- SLIDE / Sincerely Paul: An Interview with James Preston and Mike Baker
- Rick McDonough / Hidden From Blackout interviewed by Michael Knott
- The Sound Gallery: Herb Grimaud Jr.
- Motonaut: Mike Indest and the electro pop journey
- D-T-L Live Report
- Sainte-Chappelle Blur 1 by Rick McDonough (2008)
- U2 – No Line on the Horizon
- Hidden From Blackout – Breakups and Fur Coats
- Paloma – The Spooky Loop
- Vigilantes of Love – Live at Eddies
- Charity Empressa – The Skin of Whippets
- Money on the Dead – Money on the Dead
- Bon Voyage – Lies
- Sincerely Paul – Grieve
- Extreme – Saudades De Rock
- Mike Stand – Full Circle
- The Lassie Foundation – Jetstreams/ Three Wheels ep
- Ronald of Orange – Brush Away The Cobwebs ep
- Starflyer 59 – Minor Keys ep
- Glenn Rowlands – Living Light ep
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WRITERS: Steve Ruff, Matt Crosslin, Michael Knott, Joshua Lory
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