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Musical Heroes – Part V – Bob Mould

In the second to last piece dedicated to his musical heroes, our co-founder André Archimbaud talks about what would be his second musical hero in Bob Mould – former guitarist & singer for Hüsker Dü, Sugar & on his own now the last 20-some years. Scott, my brother, went off to college in the autumn of 1986. We’ve never quite talked about what it was like for him to be able to get away from our household, but I don’t doubt…

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Musical Heroes – Part IV – Mark Eitzel

In part IV of our founder’s pieces about his musical heroes, André Archimbaud talks about the depth of dives one must take in listening to Mark Eitzel. My junior year at Emerson College in Boston, I lived across the hall from 3 girls who were pretty big music fans. The one young lady directly across from my room shared a pass-through bathroom with 2 others & I would find myself in their rooms late into the night talking music. One…

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The Affront of Industry

By André Archimbaud When I first moved to suburban Dallas, Texas as a 7 year old, I had never quite seen such wide open spaces. We moved there in August of 1979 & the amount of open land was something this kid who was coming in from New Jersey had never experienced before. I remember seeing what was then-called Josey Ranch. It was a still-functioning ranch in Carrollton, Texas that was bordered by Josey Lane & I-35. Some of the…

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