The Collapse Board Interview: Glen Matlock

The Collapse Board Interview: Glen Matlock

Glen Matlock is a British musician, songwriter, and producer, best known as the original bass guitarist and founding member of the seminal UK punk band, the Sex Pistols. Following his departure from the Sex Pistols in 1977, he continued to pursue music, collaborating with various artists including Iggy Pop, The Damned, and The Rich Kids, […]

 Lee Adcock

Song of the Day #696: Bad Daddies (w/ BONUS)

Song of the Day  #696: Bad Daddies (w/ BONUS)

So. I’m really fucking tired of hearing folks ask questions like “has music stopped moving forward?”. It implies we only care about music as an art form, and that innovation is the only way to measure its merits. Fuck that. We also listen to music for visceral pleasure, to establish our differences, to distinguish our […]

 Everett True

The return of Everett True | 123. Syster Darkwyne

The return of Everett True | 123. Syster Darkwyne

“Guys, come on … It’s not the 60s any more!” It’s not too much of a stretch to call Syster Darkwyne the Sex Pistols of Goth except of course The Sex Pistols went on to overshadow their particular genre whereas Sister Darkwyne failed to overshadow anyone except their own portentous and all too briefly lit egos. With a bitter […]

 Scott Creney

Scott Creney reacts to Pitchfork’s reaction to M.I.A.’s Finger

Ryan Schreiber should be, if not ashamed, then more than a little embarrassed at the moment. Calling someone an asshole for raising a middle finger to a Super Bowl camera when you run a website and a music festival that has no problem promoting songs about rape, misogyny, and homophobia is empty and pathetic.


Just Like Everyday Life – Examples of Men and Women Creating Beautiful Music Together

The B-52’s music is truly collaborative — brothers, sisters, gay, straight and best friends. How could they be anything else besides fantastic?