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ALBUM REVIEW: The Dot Wiggin Band ‘Ready! Get! Go!’

To the uninitiate The Shaggs are the “best worst band” out there. Trust me, there’s nothing else like it. Until now that is, with the release of the The Dot Wiggin Band‘s debut album Ready! Get! Go!. It’s been quite some time since any of the members of The Shaggs has released anything. Most might say that Dot has improved on her songwriting and musicianship unless you are into her previous work. Not to say that Ready! Get! Go! Doesn’t ‘work’ because it does. It’s a collection of children’s songs for…

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INTERVIEW: Dweezil Zappa (Zappa Plays Zappa)

Infectious Magazine’s Eric Monfette had the opportunity to interview Dweezil Zappa to discuss the music of Frank Zappa, the evolution of Zappa Plays Zappa, along with his own music and future plans. Check it out after the jump. You can see our photos from the night here and our review from the concert here. Please follow and like us:

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PHOTOS: Zappa Plays Zappa Boston, MA

Check out the full online photo gallery from Zappa Plays Zappa’s Boston, MA date on November 2, 2013 after the jump and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. All Photos by Adam Billitzer of Disasterous Films. You can read see our interview here and see our review from the concert here. Please follow and like us:

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SHOW REVIEW: Zappa Plays Zappa Boston, MA

I can’t say enough about the nostalgia value hearing Zappa holds for me. Whether it’s Frank Zappa streaming through my speakers on an idle Sunday morning, or watching Zappa Plays Zappa perform at Boston’s House of Blues for the second time in just a few years, I feel an undeniable connection to the past when the music comes on. As the show kicks off, Dweezil Zappa takes a moment to scan the audience, quickly finding an 8-year-old boy in the front row who is experiencing Zappa for the first time….

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