“Acts like the Ramones, Black Flag and Minor Threat believed in stripping a song down to its raw essence. Allergic to fussiness and intensely fixated on the purity of fresh fruit and vegetables, Mr. Headley aims to accomplish a similar feat with sweets. He prefers to use the ripe products of nature and get out of their way. Think of his roasted nectarine as an edible version of “I Wanna Be Sedated.””—The NY Times on Born Against drummer turned chef Brooks Headley
It pains us to say that due to unfortunate circumstances out of our control, Monday’s ”One Night Only” event has been canceled. We were so excited for this night and want to apologize to everyone for the short notice + inconvenience. Tickets were selling really well to this…
“I can associate specific foods with different records we’ve made. When we recorded at Capitol Studios in Hollywood, we ate Loteria Grill a lot, and I was so obsessed with the guacamole, I would fully eat like more than I needed to! It’s just so good. When we recorded in Echo Park, Bobb started bringing in these salted caramels from Little Flower Candy Company in Pasadena and we would snack on them all day in the studio. When we were making our third record in Hollywood, we ate from this place called RoRo’s basically, everyday. It was like- being in the studio also meant we got to eat some of our favorite foods located around where we were working- so yes, it’s safe to say, food plays a role in our recording process.”—
“If you Google ‘Courtney Love’ and ‘cheese,’ you’ll see I’ve been talking about cheese for 25 years. I have a nutritionist who told me there’s an opiate substance in cheese. I haven’t done drugs since 2005, but I’m battling a cheese addiction.”—Courtney Love to Paper Magazine
“Lets say you love The Melvins. The Melvins aren’t the biggest band on the planet but they fucking rule. Now, the taco shop down the street from your house fucking rules and you love it! Then you have Katy Perry. Whatever, it’s not for me, it sucks. But a katrillion people like it. A katrillion people like Applebees too. It’s like you get what you pay for.”—Music Blues’ Stephen Tanner is our new hero.