Monday, July 22


When bands fall into overzealous hands

When bands fall into overzealous hands Belly, Smashing Pumpkins suffer similar fates By Kristin Fiore Overzealous production has existed longer than big production budgets or 24-track studios (operas relied on the crowd-awing tactic). Read more...


Making it up to Polly Jean Harvey

Making it up to Polly Jean Harvey What’s that Noise? Michael Tatum In 1967, Richard Goldstein, at that time the pop music critic for the New York Times, ran what very well may have been the most famous, and most notorious, record review of all time. Read more...


The road not taken

The road not taken For Oscar nominee Chazz Palminteri, producing with two friends offered a new series of choices and challenges. By Jennifer Richmond Daily Bruin Staff Life seems to be a series of choices. Read more...



Costello reissues neglect the best

Costello reissues neglect the best By Michael Tatum Daily Bruin Senior Staff The only reason critics like Elvis Costello, David Lee Roth once quipped, is because most critics look like Elvis Costello. Read more...