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Max Post

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Cousins Vinyl · interview

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Donita Sparks at the Magic Stick
Friday, June 13th in 2000s, Donita Sparks, Max Post, Uncategorized, check it out, concert, dance, detroit, electric, equipment, field recording, interview, live, news, now listening, punk, rock and roll, unique | 2 comments On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. Donita has still got it to be sure and was all over the stage shaking her ass, blonde hair a blur, gold tooth shining in the lights. Donita declared that the crowd was tiny, but mighty. Everyone there loved it and was dancing instead of head banging, as Donita predicted in the interview that I did with her. Should have been there, man. A Stellar Moment with Donita Sparks The co-founder of the great all girl rock/metal/punk/raunch band L7, Donita Sparks, has just released her first solo record since the band's break up eight years ago. The amount of time between break up and solo effort might make some fans a bit skeptical as to the quality of her new material, but a lot has happened to the music industry in the past eight years, and it's a lot more difficult to make a record these days when it's on the artist's dime. Allow me to assuage any trepidation that you might have regarding this record because of how long ago 2000 seems. I first heard that Donita Sparks and her new band the Stellar Moments were releasing a record not by Mojo or Pitchfork, but on Fresh Air with Terry Gross. A few weeks after hearing the review of Transmiticate on Fresh Air, I was presented with the opportunity to interview Donita in conjunction with her show here at the Magic Stick on June 11th. I jumped at the chance, but was a bit cautious based on my teenage impression of L7. I did some research and watched some interviews that she's done recently and was happy to learn that she's a seemingly normal person that probably wouldn't put me on her shitlist and knock my teeth out if I mumbled the wrong question.


Cousins Vinyl · Donita Sparks

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Donita Sparks
Cousins Vinyl · Donita Sparks Donita Sparks at the Magic Stick Friday, June 13th in 2000s, Donita Sparks, Max Post, Uncategorized, check it out, concert, dance, detroit, electric, equipment, field recording, interview, live, news, now listening, punk, rock and roll, unique | 2 comments On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. Donita has still got it to be sure and was all over the stage shaking her ass, blonde hair a blur, gold tooth shining in the lights. Donita declared that the crowd was tiny, but mighty. Everyone there loved it and was dancing instead of head banging, as Donita predicted in the interview that I did with her. Should have been there, man. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. By Max Conroy On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick.


Cousins Vinyl · live

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Donita Sparks at the Magic Stick
Friday, June 13th in 2000s, Donita Sparks, Max Post, Uncategorized, check it out, concert, dance, detroit, electric, equipment, field recording, interview, live, news, now listening, punk, rock and roll, unique | 2 comments On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. Donita has still got it to be sure and was all over the stage shaking her ass, blonde hair a blur, gold tooth shining in the lights. Donita declared that the crowd was tiny, but mighty. Everyone there loved it and was dancing instead of head banging, as Donita predicted in the interview that I did with her. Should have been there, man. A Stellar Moment with Donita Sparks The co-founder of the great all girl rock/metal/punk/raunch band L7, Donita Sparks, has just released her first solo record since the band's break up eight years ago. The amount of time between break up and solo effort might make some fans a bit skeptical as to the quality of her new material, but a lot has happened to the music industry in the past eight years, and it's a lot more difficult to make a record these days when it's on the artist's dime. Allow me to assuage any trepidation that you might have regarding this record because of how long ago 2000 seems. I first heard that Donita Sparks and her new band the Stellar Moments were releasing a record not by Mojo or Pitchfork, but on Fresh Air with Terry Gross. A few weeks after hearing the review of Transmiticate on Fresh Air, I was presented with the opportunity to interview Donita in conjunction with her show here at the Magic Stick on June 11th. I jumped at the chance, but was a bit cautious based on my teenage impression of L7. I did some research and watched some interviews that she's done recently and was happy to learn that she's a seemingly normal person that probably wouldn't put me on her shitlist and knock my teeth out if I mumbled the wrong question. In seven days I saw Jandek, wrote about it, interviewed Donita Sparks, saw Blind Mellon in Flint, crashing that night in East Lansing, saw Solomon Burke in Detroit and motored immediately after to Grand Rapids to hang out with Uncle Fucker.


Cousins Vinyl · equipment

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Donita Sparks at the Magic Stick
Friday, June 13th in 2000s, Donita Sparks, Max Post, Uncategorized, check it out, concert, dance, detroit, electric, equipment, field recording, interview, live, news, now listening, punk, rock and roll, unique | 2 comments On Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick. Donita has still got it to be sure and was all over the stage shaking her ass, blonde hair a blur, gold tooth shining in the lights. Donita declared that the crowd was tiny, but mighty. Everyone there loved it and was dancing instead of head banging, as Donita predicted in the interview that I did with her. Should have been there, man.


Cousins Vinyl · The Best Records from Detroit and Beyond

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Donita Sparks at the Magic StickFriday, June 13th in Uncategorized, dance, detroit, field recording, news, 2000s, live, rock and roll, punk, equipment, unique, electric, now listening, check it out, concert, interview, Max Post, Donita Sparks | 2 commentsOn Wednesday night, Donita Sparks and her band the Stellar Moments performed at the Magic Stick.Donita has still got it to be sure and was all over the stage shaking her ass, blonde hair a blur, gold tooth shining in the lights.Donita declared that the crowd was tiny, but mighty.Everyone there loved it and was dancing instead of head banging, as Donita predicted in the interview that I did with her.Should have been there, man.A Stellar Moment with Donita SparksBy Max Conroy The co-founder of the great all girl rock/metal/punk/raunch band L7, Donita Sparks, has just released her first solo record since the band's break up eight years ago.In seven days I saw Jandek, wrote about it, interviewed Donita Sparks, saw Blind Mellon in Flint, crashing that night in East Lansing, saw Solomon Burke in Detroit and motored immediately after to Grand Rapids to hang out with […]The amount of listings will also increase in the next few months. -Max has an interview lined up this week with Donita Sparks, to be featured here soon.


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