“Boon: the s***stain on the underwear of the Internet”
Author Archive for Maxwell Tani
The best-dressed, loudest, and strangest artists that played D.C. last year
“A band is only as good as its drummer. You can have all your shit together, but that’s the most essential person in any band."
Backwards-looking sentimentality is anti-punk as anything.
On the Brixton: "It's a piece of fly paper for dumb white fucks. Cranberry vodkas and food that sucks."
Consistent to a fault, a new coldwave/shoegaze cassette from the husband-and-wife duo is a dutiful study of what an experimental electronic noise band should be.
“The legacy of Black Flag is that the band didn’t finish well because of the activities of the last 25 months.”
The band was pigeonholed as riot grrrl because of its all-female lineup, a question of gender politics that's still relevant today.
One of D.C.'s biggest sonic exports of the year has connections to Fidel Castro, Azealia Banks, and Beavis & Butthead.
What’s more punk rock than skateboarding to Dean & Deluca for some artisanal Sicilian grapefruit jam?