The Rezillos’s first album in 37 years, Zero, is one of the greatest punk rock albums of 2015. Punk rock is an attitude, an aesthetic. It’s not something you grow out of, nor is it something only accessible to young people. Punk doesn’t die with age or time. Fay Fife and Eugene Reynolds are proof: Zero is a rollicking good time. Here’s my interview with them for Noisey.
The very kind Andrew Aversion from NoEcho.net asked if I was interested in contributing a piece to the site. I chose to write about Jerk of All Trades by the Lunachicks. It was a crucial force in shaping me into the woman I am today. As such, this piece took a ridiculously long time for me to get just right. I’m still not entirely sure I conveyed how special the album was and continues to be. Many thanks to Andrew for the opportunity to air this one out, and to the Lunachicks for being awesome.