So much going on, so little time to cover it all. I've been
invited to the NYC debut of Nosferatu at Here, 145 Avenue of the Americas, and
intend on making the opening on May 25th. Additionally, there's a lot of bands
coming round and it's been way too long since I've skanked about QXTs in
Newark, NJ. Just so much going on
This is a good month I think, though. Full coverage of
Nosferatu in this issue (excepting, of course, the review of such - it's not
here yet!), but you can find an interview with director Rene Migliaccio within.
Speaking of interviews, Girls Under Glass turn back their questions and make it
into this month's issue and Glampire returns a lengthy and in-depth feature.
Review submissions are pouring in at a high rate - keep 'em coming! The latest
to come in have been The Tracy Kash Band's Some Strong Potion
(http://www.tracykash.com/), Esion's En Route (http://listen.to/esion),
Apocrypho's Spiritual Cannibal (http://www.newbijou.com/harsh.html), and
ThouShaltNot's self-titled debut as well as Noxious Emotion's newest,
Elements, from ADSR Musicwerks (http://www.adsr.org/). Reviews on all of
these coming. Meanwhile this month Mike Ventarola takes the front line and
delves into a wide array of music, including Nosferatu (the band, not the
play), Fallen Tears, Fear Of Dolls, Tara Van Flower and a pile more. His Hidden
Sanctuary (http://stations.mp3s.com/stations/2/_hidden_sanctuary.html) radio
station at MP3.com is consistently in the Top Ten - and is it any wonder?
Moving on, coming back from his hermit-style land of the
dead is The Mean Little Man, kicking it hard with a new website at
http://www.meanlittleman.com and joining us this month and in the future months
with the latest Legends Magazine column, The Mean Little Column. So welcome
Anyway, it's time to move on. So enjoy this issue, one of my
better ones I think, and drop me a line at email@example.com. SLATE!
April 21, 2000