The Gaslight Anthem and Bouncing Souls come to First Ave with their Jersey punk in tow. Read Logan Adams’ review and see Alexa Jones’ photos.
Logan is the new editor and writer for The Garage blog. From today: LIVE AT THE GARAGE | Astronautalis raps with the local scene
Logan’s story “Spaceboy, We Miss You” is live at Paper Darts.
Rage Against the Machine’s Evil Empire changed everything for me. The essay in which I explain just went live at The Rumpus.
A year later I was in seventh grade. 1998. It was a Saturday in my friend’s basement. We were seated in a circle playing Magic: the Gathering when Hootie and the Blowfish’s Cracked Rear View ended. Reuben got up and opened his backpack that had been lying crumpled on the olive green recliner. A classmate had lent him an album. Something called Evil Empire.
My mouth watered, my head instinctively bobbed, my spine alternated in waves of heat and chills. It was as if the dynamo at my core was stuck on, spinning faster and faster, my body barely keeping it from tearing through my chest. There was no going back.
Logan’s three-story chapbook The Gravel on the Road was named a
semi-finalist finalist in the Iron Horse Literary Review’s 2012 Single-Author Issue competition. See all fiction pubs and nods here.
Logan’s story “Spaceboy, We Miss You” will soon be featured over at Paper Darts.
The Spring 2012 issue of Inkwell is out now, which includes Logan’s story “Translucent.”