GonzoSchmest, Gonzo Days and the Interview with Clayton Luce

March 16, 2016 Clayton Luce 0

GonzoToday publisher Clayton L. Luce answers a few questions about GonzoToday, GonzoFest, and reports of bats being forced into indentured servitude. By: C.A. Seller  C.A .Seller: By your own admission you are an Adventurer, Mystic, Magician, Lover, Artist, Writer and Fool as well as a Master Apprentice at  the School […]

In Shades of Why

October 8, 2015 GonzoToday 0

By: JB Fertile and fueled by a rage, an age, a circumstance, time and chance… And she screams Why, why, why? In shades of cool and blue and orange and green and yellow and crimsons Compelled, derailed, broken, outspoken and resurrected in the depths And there she stands, staring, holding […]

Cold Wind Calling – Circadian – album review

June 24, 2015 Kidman J. Williams 0

By: Kidman J. Williams Using music with spoken word poetry is not a new concept in the music world, but some people just do it better than others.  So is the case with Cold Wind Calling’s Circadian.  Sometimes this music can come off very pretentious and self-absorbed.  Alex Zarek’s lyrics […]

Holy Rock and Rollers

June 1, 2015 GonzoToday 0

By: Jim Cosby Editor’s Note: This paper was originally presented as part of Calvin College’s Festival of Faith and Music. This biennial conference brings together musicians, critics, journalists, artists, and listeners to discuss and celebrate popular music—hoping to bridge the gap between the church and popular art. The Curator is delighted to share […]