"I thought a 2nd reading would help - nope, article doesn't make a connection between the DCs and Al's. Although I'd guess they may have played there a time or 2. Don't recall if I had them at Bullwinkle's. Probably the next…"
"Hey you forgot the pre-Cohen owners and location. Anyway, the party after the X show was at Mahern's house. Don Bonebrake played a xylophone - I have no idea why there was one at Mahern's house. Just like the X song, I passed out on the…"
Support the Troopz MFT Page(Listen while you read!) Shattered glass and patches of puke surrounded my house. It was sophomore year of college, 2011, and Muncie’s self-proclaimed best band hadn’t discriminated against my basement, tearing it to…See More
(photos by Sara Hufford Photography)Sweet Poison Victim MFT Page(Listen while you read!) Greeted with laughs of love and compassionate jeering, members file into the giant yellow house on Indy’s northwest side. Wafts of cold air accompany each…See More
husband&wife MFT page(Listen while you read!)Rarely is a set of B-sides incredibly telling, especially from a band that broke up months prior to the collection's release. From unreleased demos to recorded jam sessions, these collections…See More
"Great post, Seth. Thanks for shining the spotlight on those old days. Y'all should know that I've started a new record label dedicated to archival issues of Indiana music, and the first two releases are a Dancing Cigarettes Live DVD and a…"
"Classic Indiana Punk" playlist(Listen while you read!)In 1979, a 16-year-old Paul Mahern was recruited by what would later become the Zero Boys to be their menacing front man. After a house show at which Mahern’s high school band was performing, the…See More
Sleeping Bag MFT Page(Listen while you read!) Slumber parties were always the best. You'd arrive and wait for the rest of your buds to show up, running around outside while games of wiffle ball and freeze tag broke out. As the sun began to set, everyone would migrate indoors; laying out their sleeping bags in prime positions, and…See More
With a passion for writing, I quickly became drawn to hte music community upon playing in a local post rock band called Cities of Noise in high school. Through college, I became more and more drawn to Indiana music through upbringing from my favorite record store, Village Green Records in Muncie, Ind. Since discovering my love for local music, I have set out to use my writing talents as a means of supporting all of the talent in this great state of ours.