To Whom It May Interest,
Due to an onslaught of obligations lately, and a dramatic decrease in free time, Letters From A Tapehead is going to go on hiatus for a little while. I should be back relatively soon though with some new reviews and essays.
On tap are reviews for Sonic Youth's Rather Ripped, Johnny Cash's American V: A Hundred Highways and Helmet's Monochrome.
Also, I will be submitting my first concert review after I have the incredible pleasure of seeing Tom Waits on August 7th at the Palace Theater in Louisville, Kentucky. Soon after, Rollins Band and X are playing at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia.
In the meantime, to anyone who visits, thanks a lot for reading. I'll be back soon.
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