Chattanooga poet and musician Christian J. Collier wrote and produced “Between Beauty & Bedlam.” which fuses spoken word poetry and a mix of genres from hip-hop to ambient.
Chattanooga natives The Unsatisfied are still an unwavering source for grinding, crunching and stomping rock and roll. Their latest release, "Songs the Bible Belt Taught Us" deserves a place in any music collection.
Written by the Pulse's own Janis Hashe, The Ex-Club Tong Pang is a "comic suspense" story, set in 1980s Los Angeles filled with retail workers, Korean nightclubs and an attractive but unreliable man who claims to be investigating a baby-buying ring.
Chattanooga resident and author John Ringo's latest novel, Under a Graveyard Sky follows the Smith family after an airborne “zombie” plague is released, bringing civilization to a grinding halt. They take to the Atlantic and discover a sea composed of the tears of survivors and a passion for bringing hope. And Marines. $25 Amazon.com
Local punk is alive and kicking. The Future Virgins new recording "Late Republic" showcases exactly why this band should be on your short list of local acts to hear.