Category Archives: Uncensored


Nambucca, London
Live review and photography: Svenja Block

An intimate festival featuring 6 bands, all fronted by fierce, powerful women owning the stage at North London’s famous Holloway Road! These wonderful performers should all be part of the big outdoors summer festivals around the UK and beyond. Maybe Nambucca will be able to negotiate with promoters and set up a stage tent at some point in the not so distant future.

Alice Bag

Alice Bag
The Echo
Los Angeles
Words and Photography by Mila Reynaud

Frank Zappa “Eat That Question”

Always a Freak, Never a Hippie: What I got out of the Frank Zappa Documentary “Eat That Question”
Written by PawL BaziLe

Punk Rock Homework Assign: Watch this film.  Yes, it’s that good, in fact, it’s a masterpiece and agree or disagree with Zappa’s points of view, he made them clear and this film demonstrates how it did it.

Blackboard Jungle

Blackboard Jungle Reunion Show 2016
With Swinging Thing, Image Nation, Love Razors
& Brent Muscat’s Alley Cats
The Viper Room, The Sunset Strip
West Hollywood, California
By Victoria Joyce

Aging gracefully for Rockers means water bottles litter stages instead of beer cans, wives hang out, not groupies and baby sitters have replaced cocaine dealers as the most important number in your phone. Aging gracefully for rock journalists means turning off the Memorial Day movie marathon and go out to the club for a sure bet to see one of the best shows of the year. Hell, I’ve seen “Kelly’s Heroes” about as many times as I’ve seen Blackboard Jungle. Anyway, Spoiler Alert: Germany loses.

Deserted at The Palms

Deserted at The Palms
Photography and Words by Mila Reynaud

Do you like road trips and weird local festivals as much as I do? If yes, take the direction to the desert, pass out Joshua Tree and go to the Wonder Valley, at 29Palms find the Amboy rd and stop your car around the Texaco water tank, take a look around you, yes you are in the middle of nowhere and now you will have so much fun at “Deserted at The Palms”.


george orwellPOP HEART (-Geordie Pleathur looks back on his wasted youth, dead friends, assembly-line glam-metal, the grunge hoax, unreality programming, and wonders what became of the teenage dream…)