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Bob Cutler interview (Midwest punk)

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Jason Gross

Feb 1, 2024, 10:16:39 AMFeb 1

In the latest issue of Perfect Sound Forever <>, you'll find (among other things):

Interview- D.O.A. encounters, punk hockey games, by Jack Partain
"By the mid-1990's, Bob Cutler's life was at a crossroads. The Outhouse, the legendary Lawrence, Kansas punk rock venue he had been working at for nearly a decade was in decline and would soon close its doors to live music forever (it is now a strip-club). The hardcore band he had built, Slackjaw, had risen above the fold in the alternative rock scene in the Midwest before dying a premature death on the road to South By Southwest. But he was still a young man, and had well-over a dozen years' experience as a sound man. Like so many lives in the music industry, his fortunes would change with just one call."

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