JG Thirlwell is a composer/producer/performer based in Brooklyn, NY. His discography is extensive under many pseudonyms including Foetus, Steroid Maximus, Manorexia, Baby Zizanie, Wiseblood, Clint Ruin and others. Thirlwell’s oeuvre … Continue reading Faves of 2017: Composer JG Thirlwell
Andy Burns’ ‘Faves of 2017’ includes TV, movies, and comics.
Despite all of the horrors we witnessed in 2017, all was not lost on the pop culture front. Many of us found solace in TV, movies, and music.
Carol Borden of The Cultural Gutter provides a list of her fave pop culture raves of 2017.
Here are many of the pop culture things that Tim Murr enjoyed in 2017.
Simians reign supreme and wrestling gets weird in Sachin Hingoo’s faves of 2017.
Comics, films, and video games comprise E.A. Henson’s pop culture faves of 2017.
S. Elizabeth is a fan of the weird and bizarre, so it’s no surprise that her ‘Faves of 2017’ list reflects her obsessions.
Burning Image’s Moe Adame shares his faves of 2017.
Dirty Sidewalks were formed in 2010 by singer/guitarist Erik Foster, his brother and lead guitarist Evan Foster (also founder of Surf Garage rockers The Boss Martians), longtime friend and bassist … Continue reading Faves of 2017: Erik Foster, Dirty Sidewalks
For the past three years, Toronto’s WHIMM have brought the searing intensity of their live performances to stages across North America, honed through touring. Singer/guitarist Mounir Chami, bassist Andrew Matthews, … Continue reading Faves of 2017: WHIMM
De Lux started in 2013 with the ridiculously catchy single “Better At Making Time.” The L.A. disco-not-disco duo established their sound on Voyage and then furthered their identity with the … Continue reading Faves of 2017: Sean Guerin and Isaac Franco, De Lux