(Editor’s note:Yesterday William Benton told us that legendary Louisville band Slint was reuniting for a festival in England. Today he looks at the national trend of bands reuniting … …
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Insider Louisville was kind enough to post this little review I did of my punk rock hero’s autobiography.
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I miss my favorite ghetto bar.
The Tavern (4th and Gaulbert).
The night before I left Louisville, preparing for a difficult and overdue goodbye.
I miss jamming with/talking wrasslin’ with this guy.
Foor and I before a show in Philadelphia.
I miss visiting with this guy.
Bonnie and I, singing some Jim Pepper in Louisville.
I miss playing music with this guy.
Extremely talented, extremely positive.
The never released Louisville Burn to Shine DVD.
I believe this was just one proposed cover.
Stream @sandpaperdolls “Swallow Them Whole,” from the experimental a cappella group’s forthcoming self-titled digital album, out Nov. 6.
One of my very favorite Louisville groups. Check ‘em.
Goodbye to an amazing artist and human being, Jason Noble.
Incredibly sad day.
Much love and respect going out to Jason Noble and family.
Hang in there, Jason. We need ya’.
My thoughts on “psychogeography” in New York and my not having a home; whatever THAT is….
Making the video, record release show.