…yet she did what she did, and in the process made the most successful album of her career. ...more
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The Unspeakable Practices were born out of a project formed by writer Rick Moody, who has a new novel coming out shortly (and a music column here at The Rumpus), and Kid Millions of Oneida, Man Forever, and Soldiers of Fortune. Moody and Millions were joined by Brad Truax (Spiritualized, Interpol, Soldiers of Fortune), Richard […]
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In Episode 10 of Make/Work, host Scott Pinkmountain talks with drummer/composer John Colpitts, aka Kid Millions.
Rick Moody shares the music he’s listening to now thanks to suggestions shared by others.