"If Fire In The Kitchen came in at the tail end of new wave, they’d be as popular as, oh, say the Rumour. If they held their breath for five years, they’d be twice as big…Oh, almost forgot, Television, MX-80 Sound, Slovenly, Hate Dogs (I hope this looks nice in a press kit)."
CONFLICT 51 Fall 1990 (page 22) FITK review by Gerard Cosloy, Editor
- Seems there are a lot bands named Fire In The Kitchen in the world. This one was a great NYC fixture in the late 80’s and early 90’s, fronted by Bob Bannister and drummer Robert Dennis, who still play together in Escape By Ostrich and the Scene Is Now.
Fun post - now I wanna hear this record!
I received this nastygram (PDF) by email today from Scott Brown’s campaign manager — cc-ing my boss, the provost and president.
I take it Mr. Reed’s outrage is triggered by the Senate’s regulations of what constitutes being a “lobbyist” for purposes of the Senate rules. I hadn’t received…
Check out this letter, and all of the resulting spin and counter-spin. If this gets significant news coverage, it won’t do the Brown campaign any favors.
Last of 4 or 5 encore tunes from Preservation Hall Jazz Band at #SilverSpringJazzFest (at Silver Spring Jazz Festival)
Preservation Hall Jazz Band at #SilverSpringJazzFest after a major rain delay - yay! #PHJB (at Monthomery County Veterans’ Plaza)
The Beastie Boys’ Mike D on How the Biggie–Tupac Feud Changed Hip-Hop on Vanity Fair Video
This could be very cool, but it sounds like it will take a while. I wonder if there’s a way to participate/help test/stay informed of their progress?
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