The Riot Fest Week in ReviewWeek of February 26, 2018
We asked Andrew W.K. to review his new album. He performed an interpretive dance for all 16 songs instead.
Walter Schreifels talks about Quicksand, Gorilla Biscuits, Youth of Today, Rival Schools, and more.
“You got a Facebook account? Nobody gives a fuck. You haven’t achieved anything.” –Trent Reznor
These are our favorite Kids in the Hall sketches of all-time and it’s not debatable.
Dolly Parton is a saint.
Words by Johnny Cash. Vocals and music by Chris Cornell. Listen to this, by golly.
The Minnesota Twins aim to somehow honor Prince by selling co-branded merchandise at baseball games this season.
Join the Riot Fest Street Team.
Last and least, meet Mini Meltdowns, a scrappy new Nashville-based band that should be blipping your radar. The band’s members also play with such rippers as Dashboard Confessional, Sherbert, the Promise Ring, and Limbeck, but Mini Meltdowns is more fun than all those bands combined. The power trio release a 7-inch on 4/20 that’s so sweet and colorful, it’s like a sweet batch of confetti cake (coated in icing made with the artwork of the Anniversary’s Josh Berwanger). If that gives you the munchies, then enjoy your free preview below, and party hard.