BECAUSE THE MUSIC MATTERS!!!
Welcome to the Official Rivethead Magazine Website! If you remember venues like the Axiom, Pik-n-Pak, After Dark, Numbers, Emo’s, Fitzgeralds, The Vatican and more, and if you remember bands like Bayou Pigs, Pain Teens, The Awful Truth, Stride, dead horse, Krizel, and many others, then you’re in the right place! Here you will find the old Rivethead and the new Rivethead, with opinions, reviews, interviews, features, music, lots of action photography, our entire compendium of published issues (1988 – 1993) and our fantastic collection of Rivethead Podcasts. Browse through our pages, let us take you back to the past, and into the present. Rivethead Magazine. Because the Music Matters.
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Rivethead Issue #31, June 1991. Edited and published by Lisa E. Sullivan. Inter-stellar cover art by Kelly Lee Kasparak. In this edition, Lisa E. editorializes on the Life of a Waitron, Joni L. Dishner gets down and dirty with Steelheart, Gene B. interviews Richie Ranno of Starz, Sister Moon is also interviewed, there are Local Lix, Guitar Tips, Best Bets, the monthly Calendar, demo reviews, wax reviews, performance reviews, and don't forget Soundboard!
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Podcasts Revisited: Podcast XII "Free Pussy Riot "
The original airdate of this podcast has been lost and forgotten, but it was sometime right around when Vladimir Putin was putting Pussy Riot in jail for singing "songs against the State" or some such nonsense as that. We at Rivethead saw this as an opportunity to take our stand against oppression and censorship wherever those evils raise their head. Apparently, it worked, as Pussy Riot is now free. We didn't even try to include a track list. It's all in Russian. We can't write it, and you can't read it.