The 18th anniversary of a punk rocker’s tragic death causes us to wax philosophical on the very first single of his that I owned, as well as a recollection on how he helped to launch my online writing career.
Writer and occasional Recoup contributor Lisa Carver has a delightfully disgusting new book out, and has reunited with her former Rollerderby cohort, Dame Darcy. Don’t miss this book!!!!!!
We have a long, enjoyable, enlightening chat with noted rock critic Jessica Hopper.
In 1994, Drag City released this little slab of vinyl from the lo-fi troubadour Bill Callahan. Though he had already released two albums and a handful of singles, it was “A Hit” that garnered him the world’s notice. It’s not hard to understand why this song quickly became popular in the underground. Callahan’s dour,… Read More ›