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January 9, 2009 / Media / GO Brooklyn / Podcast / Music / Smash or Trash

Smash or Trash!

The Brooklyn Paper

The Brooklyn Paper’s Smash or Trash team is back — this time “reviewing” Brooklyn singer-songwriter Jessie Killguss’s new hit, “Gristmill,” in advance of her Jan. 17 show at Rose Live Music [345 Grand St., between Havemeyer Street and the BQE in Williamsburg, (718) 599-0069]. Brooklyn Paper poohbah Gersh Kuntzman executes a coup over the rest of the team in this very special “Smash or Trash.”

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e.banks from greenwood says:
genius commentary. definitely hilarious. but let's get a little more creative with the trashing, shall we? how bout some fire, explosives, sharp objects, blunt objects, cars, ancient forms of torture? in the middle ages people used to test for witches by tying rocks to individual's feet and throwing them in the river... lawn mowers are good, hammers, sickles and hacksaws too... sandpaper perhaps? paper shredders?... i know you're a creative bunch, y'all will think of something!

keep up the good work guys and gals!
Jan. 15, 2009, 5:23 pm

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