Sean Michaels is the Music Editor of TANGMONKEY.COM. He was born near the highlands of Scotland but now lives by the big hill of Montreal. Sean writes stories, tells stories, and sings along to sad songs. He dances, but without dignity. Sean likes walking with his headphones on at 4am in ice-traced February, or with the rain streaming down in July at 11pm. His favourite albums of all time include the Beatles' White Album, Songs:Ohia's Axxess & Ace, Van Morrison's Astral Weeks, Sigur Ros' Agaetis Byrjun, Cat Power's Moon Pix, Radiohead's Kid A, Nick Drake's Five Leaves Left and The Lion King: Original Soundtrack. [This site is old, old news. For several years now Sean's online home has been at: saidthegramophone.com]
Dusty Dewan is a tangmonkey.com music writer, but only until Sean realizes he can't write - and that hiring him was a horrible, horrible mistake. Born and raised in Ottawa, some of Dusty's favorite albums of all time are: Sloan's Twice Removed, Built to Spill's Keep it Like a Secret, Pavement's Wowee Zowee, Mavin Gaye's What's Going On, Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run, Outkast's Aquemini and Modest Mouse's The Moon & Antarctica.
Kevin is a guitar slinger in a couple of bands as well as a former zine-writer, computer fixer, tax file sorter and grocery store bagger. He makes a mean batch of vegan BBQ ribs and likes nothing better than a good plate of diner fries, soda and a book. He thinks "Beggars Banquet" is the most under-appreciated Rolling Stones album and "Stop Making Sense" by the Talking Heads is one of the greatest concerts ever.
David Perri used to write for this defunct magazine.