Twelve Tribes

Twelve Tribes

Twelve Tribes Interview Winter 1999 | Mutant Renegade Zine I finally got a chance to sit down with my friend Adam and Alex to talk to them about Twelve Tribes. The group Twelve Tribes consists of Adam (vocals), Alex (drums), Jason (bass), Steve (guitar), and Andy...
Interview with Larry Fast

Interview with Larry Fast

(Originally appeared in Mutant Renegade Zine #10, Winter 1999) Larry Fast is best known for his series of pioneering electronic music albums recorded under the project name Syneragy, his synth work on early Peter Gabriel albums, and his electronic expertise. While in...
Alcohol Poisoning

Alcohol Poisoning

(Originally appeared in Mutant Renegade Zine #12, Fall 1999) I hate the taste of beer. I always have. I’m not to found of the foamy texture either. Sometimes I feel like I’m the only person in the world that the trick of ‘parents giving their child a...
Drink Up

Drink Up

(Originally appeared in Mutant Renegade Zine #12, Fall 1999) Many different people see drinking in many different ways. All cultures do it and all have some people who abstain from it. The reasons why people drink are obvious and easy to cite, however how valid are...

Alcohol Induced Realities

(Originally appeared in Mutant Renegade Zine #12, Fall 1999) For several years of my life, I drank and went clubbing three to four times a week. I had tons and tons of friends who loved to get drunk with me, dance until dawn, and get up in just enough time to report...
xbxrx – All Hail!

xbxrx – All Hail!

(Originally appeared in Mutant Renegade Zine #12, Fall 1999) MRZ – I’ve heard many conflicting reports in regards to your ages…some say your as young as 13 others as old as 25. So what are the ages of the band members…in dog years. El Steve-O...
Interview with Maceo Parker

Interview with Maceo Parker

(Originally appeared in Mutant Renegade Zine #12, Fall 1999) Just about everyone is familiar with his funky saxophone, but many don’t know it. Maceo Parker is the master behind all those horns that you hear when you listen to a James Brown song. Go ahead and try...