The only horror worse than the end of the world is not being able to see it online. Jim Trainer ruminates on the passing relevance of punk rock, spectator culture, and the impossible life of an American freelancer.
See You In Ten, Will
by Jim Trainer | Apr 8, 2022 | Movies
Jim Trainer ruefully reflects on Will Smith, The Slap, and the grotesquerie of fame.
Making A Damn In The Anthropocene
by Jim Trainer | Mar 2, 2022 | Music
Personal journalist and punk rocker Jim Trainer comes out against music streaming services, misinformation, and fame, but who cares? He doesn’t.
Oh Yeah, I Guess It Makes Me Smile: Five Reflections on Nevermind
by Nate Mondschein, Carl Henderson, Jim Trainer, Nico Carter, Simon Pruitt | Nov 12, 2021 | Music
Starting today, the Nevermind 30th Anniversary Editions are available featuring 70 previously unreleased Nirvana tracks. To commemorate the release, five MMH contributors from three distinct generations take turns revisiting the singular album.
Touring In a Post-Punk World
by Jim Trainer | Nov 10, 2021 | Music
The punk ethos is alive and well for Jim Trainer, who recently embarked on a 5-city poetry and spoken word tour spanning 12,000 miles