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KEXP Exclusive Interview: Butch Vig and The Smart Studios Story

Last year, the documentary The Smart Studios Story premiered, a tribute to the now-legendary recording studio, founded by also now-legendary producer/musician Butch Vig and Steve Marker. Opened in 1983 when the two were college students at the University of Wisconsin, and closed in 2010 after a decline in usage, the studio helped bring to lifeRead more…

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Review Revue: Killdozer – For Ladies Only

Madison noisemeisters Killdozer certainly had their fans at KCMU, if the reaction to 1986’s Burl EP is to be believed, but it seems their loyalty was being tested by the covers collection For Ladies Only. From 25 years in the future, it’s hard to remember that heavy, noise-laden (and maybe ironic?) covers of pop songsRead more…

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Review Revue: Killdozer – Burl

You know an album rules when the DJs at your local college radio station can’t decide whether it’s supposed to be played at 45 RPM or not. The “Artist/title/label” sticker on this album, which is usually somewhat sacred and unmarked ground beyond that basic information, in this case is the home to a little mini-debate:Read more…

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