Alibi V.21 No.2 • Jan 12-18, 2012 
Supersucker Dan “Thunder” Bolton appears at right.

Spotlight

Supersuckers

Too dumb to quit

Guitarist/vocalist Dan “Thunder” Bolton of Seattle punk (and sometimes country) band the Supersuckers talks about longevity, songwriting and owning a record label.
Fun Bob Seger fact: According to a former road manager, Seger watched foreign cinema after his shows, rather than participate in the sex, drugs, and rock and roll cliché.
Julia Minamata juliaminamata.com

Aural Fixation

Heavy Music

Bob Seger’s secret sonic past

In 1967, “Heavy Music” by Bob Seger and the Last Heard was a hit in the Detroit area. The protopunk song reveals a totally different, totally excellent side of the man most of us know as a Heartland balladeer.

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Flyer on the Wall

Four Burque bands diddle on gee-tars this Friday the 13th.

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Searching for Something

¡Mayday! • Demrick • DJ Stigmata • Septicemia Records • rap, hip-hop

I’m not sure that the concept of “genre” is really relevant anymore in the realm of music. The days of “pure” music are long gone, and while this might leave some “old-heads” grumbling over message boards about the loss of “real rap” or “real jazz,” I think that for the most part this is a good thing. The possibilities are more abundant than ever before as artists dip their fingers in any number of genres and traditions. ¡MAYDAY! is one group embracing this diversity in their quest for success…
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