Rosey – A Great Day to be Swallowed by a Whale

This summer has been an absolutely killer time to be a fan of Memphis musicians. Multiple bands and songwriters have been putting out their best work in the past few months and it's been incredibly exciting. Normally this would be a problem, because I am a drunk shut-in who won't leave his back yard unless … Continue reading Rosey – A Great Day to be Swallowed by a Whale

Of Creative Satisfaction: An Interview with Daughters/Way Out’s Nicholas Sadler

Photo by Rianne Garrido Daughters re-imagined and beautifully corrupted their sound on last years You Won't Get What You Want. In actuality, I got exactly what I did not know I needed. The album has an almost industrial edge to its rhythm section and singer Alexis shouts and wails his grim and poetic brand of … Continue reading Of Creative Satisfaction: An Interview with Daughters/Way Out’s Nicholas Sadler

Whoop Whoop to the Proletariat: Juggalos and the Bottom Left

[Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are mine, and do not reflect that of Wired Wrong music as a whole, or those of ICP/Psychopathic Records and their fans. This is an opinion piece intended purely for entertainment purposes.] Over the past few years I've taken to facetiously claiming at parties with other … Continue reading Whoop Whoop to the Proletariat: Juggalos and the Bottom Left

The Ellie Badge – Horse Stories + Personal Fables

When I find an album that hits me in the little teenage spot that still lives in my booze damaged and cholesterol addled heart, I get pretty fucking excited. And that's what we've got going on with the new record by The Ellie Badge, Horse Stories + Personal Fables. The shining blend of early 2000's … Continue reading The Ellie Badge – Horse Stories + Personal Fables

An Interview w/ Cris Crude of Pg99/Pygmy Lush/Malady

"All Corpse Are Bastards" by Cris Crude If you look at punk rock linearly, starting with, say, The Velvet Underground or The Stooges and ending somewhere around whoever has the balls to call themselves punk in 2019 (I don't really need the headache of trying to puzzle that one out right now), an extremely pertinent … Continue reading An Interview w/ Cris Crude of Pg99/Pygmy Lush/Malady

Reflections of the Valedictorian (An Interview with Carey Mercer of Frog Eyes)

Frog Eyes' Final Testament "Live at the Moroccan Lounge" is available exclusively on their bandcamp If I were tasked to give you a "good place to start" with Canadian band Frog Eyes (or any of Carey Mercer's projects) I would flounder about and sputter and blurt out a stream of albums and songs that probably … Continue reading Reflections of the Valedictorian (An Interview with Carey Mercer of Frog Eyes)