According to the Internet, a ten year anniversary is to be celebrated with diamonds. Because "a marriage that lasts ten years is as durable and beautiful as a diamond."Now, "durable" and "beautiful" may not be the first words one associates with Frank "Rat Bastard" Falestra's annual International N ... More >>
"Squelch TV, man. It's better than Saturday Night Live." Though the source (Frank "Rat Bastard" Falestra, prolific producer, musician, and, yes, sole proprietor of Squelch TV) is arguably biased, the assertion is, nevertheless, pretty convincing. Over the weekend, Falestra hosted the latest ed ... More >>
Delia Derbyshire made electronic music in the 1960s, exhibiting her sounds at experimental and electronic music festivals while working with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. She's best known for her recording of Ron Grainer's Doctor Who theme. But also, the female musical mastermind has been credi ... More >>
Ryan in a dress with a drum.Somewhere in the middle of Crossfade's interview with drummer Ryan Welch, Mr. C. of Churchill's Pub interrupted to say that he's taking this Friday off because of Rat Bastard's three-day International Noise Conference. He said the people that come to INC are a bunch ... More >>
Photo by Mike NunnGet yr noise with Clang Quartet.Hey noiseniks, it's almost time again to put your auditory system through those 72 hours of awesome sonic abuse commonly known as the International Noise Conference. As always, Rat Bastard and Laundry Room Squelchers will be helming the whole th ... More >>
via myspace.com/azaliasnailAzalia SnailWhat do you get when the equally weirdness-loving Roofless Records and Laundry Room Squelchers team up? Thursday, July 8 marks the first such promotional collaboration, but apparently, it yields an awesome night of lo-fi, scuzzy, and experimental sounds that ... More >>
Not sure how I missed the fact that Amanda Green finally finished her long-awaited album that was supposed to be finished two or three years ago. After a some stutter-steps and some botched studio experiences in Atlanta, TAPE/PARTY is finally done with a dose of production and shepherding from one M ... More >>
R3K was on the streets of downtown putting flyers on peoples cars. I asked him what the deal was. Here's the interview.New Times: What's your name and what do you do?My [DJ] name is R3K . I spin at Psychic Tuesdays with DJ Healer at Bella Rose and Nightdrive Wednesdays at The News Lounge with DJPJ ... More >>
The monthly, completely undefinable music night at Churchill's known as Night of the Weirds celebrates its final installment tonight. For a brief explanation in this week's issue of the paper, click here. For an in-depth exploration of what Night of the Weirds was all about from Sasha Weisfeld, an a ... More >>
Wanna know why Y&T Records music maven Rich Ulloa is so charged up lately? Hint: It's something about Mary.
Matthew Sabatella connects with just plain folk
Eric Alexandrakis's music is in good health
After years online, Matthew Sabatella finds himself walking in the park
Churchill's keeps South Florida rocking
A survey of the local CD landscape
A Tale of Two Concerts
Evol Egg Nart fights the evil music industry empire
Will the Afro-Cuban All Stars play Miami?
May 13 - 19, 1999
Evol Egg Nart
May 28 - June 3, 1998
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