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Jun 27, 2018 Books Web Exclusive

Laura Davis-Chanin, drummer for The Student Teachers, shares her story of '70s NYC rock and roll and mingling with the likes of David Bowie and Debbie Harry. More

Apr 10, 2018 Books Web Exclusive

Full of erudition and insight, John Andrew Fredrick's book on the early films of Wes Anderson also has a great feel for the auteur's characters, and for Anderson himself. More

Jenn Pelly

The Raincoats

Published by Bloomsbury

Mar 13, 2018 Books Web Exclusive

The Raincoats' eponymous debut is one of the unique albums ever to manifest itself on 12" vinyl. Jenn Pelly's book is a fine addition to the 33 1/3 canon. More

Feb 16, 2018 Books Web Exclusive

In The Girl on the Velvet Swing, historian Simon Baatz endeavors to untangle the myth and mystery of actress Evelyn Nesbit and the murder of New York architect Stanford White. More

Jan 30, 2018 Books Web Exclusive

From its roots in a song by D.C.'s Minor Threat through to becoming a worldwide outsider scene, Tony Rettman presents the history of the curious and contentious movement known as "straight edge." More

Jan 12, 2018 Books Web Exclusive

Bruce Dickinson, frontman of heavy metal behemoths Iron Maiden, throws his hat into the autobiography ring with What Does This Button Do?. More

Nov 22, 2017 Books Web Exclusive

From the ages of 14 to 16, Dianne Lake was a member of Charles Manson's cult. With Member of the Family, she tells her incredibly personal story from out of place child to teenager enrapt with this twisted "guru," including with it all of the horrors that would inevitably follow. More

Oct 25, 2017 Books Web Exclusive

As comprehensive a history of Full Moon Entertainment as one could ever imagine being assembled. More

Charles J. Sykes

How The Right Lost Its Mind

Published by St. Martin’s Press

Oct 23, 2017 Books Web Exclusive

How The Right Lost Its Mind is a history lesson from longtime conservative Charles J. Sykes on how the Right went wrong and ultimately ended up at Trump. More