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Voice of Addiction

Voice of Addiction live

Voice of Addiction has been charging up the local punk music scene in Chicago for nearly 15 years. The band just released their first album in six years, Lost Art of Empathy, and is featured in a new documentary from Madness Maker Films, due out this summer. We recently caught up with VoA prime mover and punk addict, Ian Tomele. 

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Featured Interview

Artist Tom Neely

Tom Neely's work has adorned a ton of concert posters, rock album covers, comics and graphic novels which has earned him accolades galore. Neely is also responsible for bringing the world the Henry and Glenn Forever series of comics featuring your favorite muscle-bound duo Henry Rollins and Glenn Danzig. What else has Neely been up to, we wonder...

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Music Review

Max Hall

Max Hall  Abstractithica

Max Hall used a stereo field recorder to grab bits of conversations, street noises and anything else of aural interest to him. It took him a year to put the pieces together and the result is Abstractithica, an fascinating and mildly hypnotic recording.

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Print Zine

The return of the good old fashioned print version of Reglar Wiglar.

Reglar Wiglar #22: Book of Jobs Part 1

Reglar Wiglar #23: Book of Jobs Part 2

Reglar Wiglar #24: Book of Jobs Part 3

"Hilarious account of Auman's job history, sprinkled with witty banter about several musical venues and acts as well as other miscellany."—CH, Quimby's


Three on D&D

The popularity of Stranger Things has undoubtedly rekindled an interest in D&D, but the game has been around for nearly five decades. If you are new to the game, have never played but are curious, or are a chaotic-evil dwarf cleric from back in the day, these two books and one graphic novel may be of interest to you.

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the customer is always right
by Mimi Pond

The Customer is Always Right

Mimi Pond’s, at least partially, biographical tale of her stint at at Oakland restaurant in the late 70s, is authentic to be sure. It’s also touching, humorous and hits close to home.

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Used Record Review

MÖtley CrÜe: Shout at the devil

MÖtley CrÜe: Shout at the devil

Shout at the Devil was the follow up to the Crüe's debut, Too Fast for Love—a rough recording with even more annoying vocals, lower production values and lots of cowbell. I used to hate the Crüe back in the day. Hated them. Hated their look, their attitude and especially the horrible, godawful music they made.

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The Woodrows

Always Read

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