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He Disappeared: The Rise of Depressed Buttons

It's not possible to talk about the debut of Depressed Buttons at hot new dance club House of Loom on Sept. 9 without first talking about the apparent demise of The Faint.

Three members of The Faint -- frontman Todd Fink, keyboardist Jacob Thiele and drummer Clark Baechle -- make-up Depressed Buttons. So before we talked about the new project, Fink and Thiele set the record straight on The Faint, who haven't...


Girrrl Power

Over a half dozen world-class roots and blues women visit the metro this weekend.
The fireworks start when Ana Popovic’s sultry,...


Live Review: Dancing in the Streets

I doubt the crowd at this year's Dundee Day rock show was expecting what it got when a sweaty, shirtless Darren Keen, a.k.a. The Show Is the Rainbow, jumped from the stage into the audience like a 250-pound Tolkien (or maybe, more suitably, toke-in') battle dwarf, his shaggy red beard blowin' in the wind as he performed his unique style of electronic funk-rock to a sheepish, half-drunk white-bread crowd, most of...


Aksarben Cinema voices their support of Stinson Park concerts

* First a note, courtesy of The Reader's publisher / editor John Heaston: There was some ado made about Aksarben Cinema and concerts at Stinson Park in the Aug. 18 issue of The Reader. Aksarben Cinema founder and president Bill Barstow contacted us last week to tell his side of the story.

"As a locally-owned, independent cinema, no one supports live music at Stinson Park more than we do," Barstow explained. ...


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