A Garage Rock Homecoming: Three Nights of Twin Peaks

Without Twin Peaks, Slime Time Magazine probably would not exist, so of course the slimy team got together for three days of Twin Peaks shows, which have become somewhat of a tradition for all of us. This tradition began for us way back in 2013 when Mackenzie and I went to see Arctic Monkeys. We … Continue reading A Garage Rock Homecoming: Three Nights of Twin Peaks

Why Almost Famous is the greatest movie ever made

Seeing everyone’s Penny Lane costumes this Halloween and the fact that Almost Famous showed up in the “newly added” section of French Netflix has brought back my realization that it is the best movie in the world. It isn’t because of the ginormous amount of extremely memorable quotes. It isn’t because of the nostalgic and heartwarming … Continue reading Why Almost Famous is the greatest movie ever made

Songs of Freedom, Songs of Fear: Music’s Role in the 2016 Election

From Kanye teasing a possible presidential run to Third Man Records selling "Icky Trump" t-shirts, music had played a prominent role in this election. The world of music has provided an inclusive, open platform to discuss race, gender, religion, and sexuality and roles they play in politics. Musicians also used their voices to join political … Continue reading Songs of Freedom, Songs of Fear: Music’s Role in the 2016 Election

The New Supergroup

In theory, the supergroup is a fantastic idea. From the 1970's to the 1990's, many of the greatest musicians banded together (pun intended) and played arenas filled with diehard fans who expected their shit themselves in sheer awe of the angelic sounds filling their ears. That only ever happened to middle-aged hippie dads who took … Continue reading The New Supergroup