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Butthole Surfers: Irving Plaza, NY

Live Review by Richard Gehr, Village Voice, The, May 1986

SORRY, THRILL SEEKERS, unlike the Butthole Surfers’ recent Danceteria appearance, there were no Live Sex Acts Onstage this time around. At Irving Plaza April 26, ...

Butthole Surfers: Swamp Things

Interview by David Stubbs, Melody Maker, April 1988

THE BUTTHOLE SURFERS ARE THE MONSTER SOUND OF THE EIGHTIES, A SWELLING CULT WHO PULL THEM IN IN DROVES AND HAVE TO TURN AWAY JUST ...

Butthole Surfers: Riding The Shock Wave

Interview by Mark Sinker, New Musical Express, April 1988

IN TEXAS, even daylight isn't ordinary. You can stay indoors and sleep, hide from the noon-time sun that way, but the overlit world outside is ...

The Butthole Surfers

Guide by Mark Paytress, Record Collector, February 1989

Mark Paytress Unravels the Career of the Cult American Band ...

The Butthole Surfers: Deeper & Down

Interview by Simon Reynolds, Melody Maker, December 1990

AFTER OVER A YEAR OF SILENCE, the Butthole Surfers have re-emerged only to suffer the indignity of being topical. With uncanny punctuality, their cover of ...

The Butthole Surfers: In Through the Back Door

Profile and Interview by Jason Cohen, Rolling Stone, June 1993

The Butthole Surfers are the certified shock jocks of the next wave ...

In Praise Of Stupidity

Essay by Biba Kopf, Wire, May 1995

SOME PEOPLE ARE born stupid. Others have stupidity thrust upon them. The rest of us have to work at it. We spend a lifetime chipping ...

The Butthole Surfers Ride A New Wave Of Popularity

Interview by Jim Sullivan, Boston Globe, The, July 1996

HAS THE WORLD gone mad? Gibby Haynes, lead singer-songwriter of the Butthole Surfers, thinks it's a distinct possibility — and he spoke with us several ...

Butthole Surfers: Crust Of A Wave

Retrospective by David Stubbs, Uncut, August 2001

THEY STARTED musical life riding the first wave of US punk rock in the early Eighties, Texans purveying lo-fi snotballs of geetar with titles like ...

Sonic Youth And the Blast First Axis

Essay by David Stubbs, Wire, February 2009

AS FAR AS many people were concerned in the 80s, in the UK in particular, rock was a discredited medium. ...

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