Tom Bowker

 

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  • 6 years ago | Columns

    There are very few people in the world who will pick you up and take both you and your singer, who live 25 miles apart, to an airport 45 miles away before the crack of dawn. Thankfully, my parents, both notorious early risers, are down for the cau...

  • 6 years ago | Columns

    Help Blowfly save his house! Give to the Indiegogo campaign by 3 a.m. Eastern time tonight. The following is an account of the strangest routed tour in my 10 years with Blowfly through San Jose, Costa Rica to Baltimore, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Lon...

  • 12 years ago

    It's a desolate Monday night at Casola's Pizzeria on SW 17th Avenue in Miami, just south of where I-95 ends and close to where suburbia begins. On weekend nights, the joint is jammed with loud, drunken clubland refugees soaking up the evening's bo...

  • 12 years ago | Concerts

    Despite being a cool, downtown NYC jazz act with roots in the early Nineties avant-garde scene of John Lurie and John Zorn, no one loves Medeski, Martin & Wood like the patchouli-loving, Birkenstocks-on-the-weekend hippie in the next cubicle. MM&W...

  • 12 years ago | Concerts

    Few bands better embody metalcore than Broward County expat Shai Hulud. Though now based in Poughkeepsie, New York, the group was originally founded in the mid-Nineties by guitarists/Uncle Sam's Records employees Matt Fox and Oliver Chapoy. Their ...

  • 12 years ago

    Since time immemorial, skinny young men have learned how to play guitar in order to start bands to impress girls. French electro remix king Simon Delacroix, a.k.a. The Toxic Avenger, was no exception. From the onset of puberty, he sang and played ...

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