Author Archives: Towson Glen-Arm Freakouts

The Return of T.E.A.M.

For the first time in nearly a quarter century the Towson-Glen Arm group T.E.A.M. has reformed and recently made a set of recordings which will soon be released as a lmited edition tape and download by the Glendale, Ca. record … Continue reading

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“Bearing Witness” by Fang Peng

The 1994 edition of Dulaney High School’s Sequel literary magazine ran an extraordinary essay called “Bearing Witness” by a somewhat mysterious writer named Fang Peng. At first glance it seemed to be a piece concerning the emotional impact of a visit to … Continue reading

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Mike Apichella – live on fri. August 24th at Trophy House in Baltimore

Hi everybody, your humble blogger reporting here, just checkin in to let you know that on friday night 8pm August 24th I’ll be playing my second ever solo show in Baltimore, Md. at The Trophy Room. I’m probably gonna be the … Continue reading

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Rabelaisian Hardcore: The Spectacle Of Lard Star

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The original front cover art and some of the credits of the spring 1994 Lard Star/Eve Pagoda split tape ‘The Glen Arm Garage Band Hotshots’. The title of this release was created by Jon Woodstock…

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TGAF1 now available in NYC, Chicago, Boston, and beyond

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A limited stock of the first Towson-Glen Arm Freakouts compilation is now on sale in the New York City area and beyond In Brooklyn, NY it can be found on sale at this wild…

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The Multi-Media Art of Jon Woodstock – Part 1: The Bomb Tapes

Figuring out how to start off a retrospective about the late Jon Woodstock’s creative ouvre is a monumental task. His artistic canon (much like his complex personality) had so many compelling and wildly conflicting sides: there was mystical hippy poet … Continue reading

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The Fine Art Of Towson-Glen Arm: Tricia Lane-Forster – part 3

*The musician Paul Petersan was a member of early TGA band The Retarded Dogs whose first concert was also the debut gig for Lane-Forster’s band Spastic Cracker

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