Johnny Sin: Album Review

December 31, 2016 Kidman J. Williams 0

Review by: Kidman J. Williams Johnny Sin is a punk rocker from the mean cow patties of Wisconsin. Yes the cheese state. Sin’s sleazy guitar and hilarious lyrics propel the album in what can only be described as a fifteen day rum bender walking out of a dirty men’s room […]

Almost-Rape, American Tourists, and Pope Garbs

December 31, 2016 Teddy Fuentes 0

by Teddy Fuentes The Mexican Dream: Almost Getting Raped, American Asshole Tourists, and Nostalgia Dressed in Pope Attire. I was inside a home. This place was downtrodden but very enticing. White walls now a cream color. Brown stains like cigarette smoke made art, staining glass never meant to be seen […]

The Doors First Album and Mary Werbelow: 50 Years on

December 30, 2016 Kyle K. Mann 0

by Kyle K. Mann (Note: A Nov. 15, 2017 update is included at the bottom. This article first appeared in GonzoToday.com on Dec. 30, 2016.) January 4, 1967: Imagine it. It’s a new year, and there is some amazing music floating around, like nothing we had ever heard before. A […]

Perverse Wailing at the Red Roof Inn

December 4, 2016 GonzoToday 0

art by Joey Feldman by Joseph Seiss It’s only been a month since the election and I’ve already begun the grim slide into a whole new world of psychotic behavior. All of a sudden my worst fears are a sobering reality. No more jokes. Donald Trump has brutally murdered fun […]