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

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

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)

5 Songs I’d Strip To That You Probably Won’t Hear in the Club

First things first, I’m a sex worker. By that I mean a freelancer in the adult entertainment industry, and more often than not this means stripping. I’ve been dancing a little over four years now after transitioning over from mostly online and fetish work, at this point I consider dance to be my primary hustle. … Continue reading 5 Songs I’d Strip To That You Probably Won’t Hear in the Club