Sunday, December 16, 2018
My Top 30 Albums Of 2018
You might notice that I've expanded the list this year. Last year I upped my top tracks list to 30, a practice I continued this year...
Monday, December 10, 2018
My Top 30 Tracks Of 2018
There are not going to be any huge surprises here today. I mean, if you've followed my site the last year, you could almost have gues...
Thursday, December 6, 2018
Beyond Hidden Words: A Brief Review Of The New Album From Moderate Rebels
The new album from London's Moderate Rebels, Shared Values , dropped on Everyday Life Recordings last Friday. The record is a bit ab...
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
It Will Never Be Simple: A Brief Review Of Two New EP's From Guided By Voices
When I saw Guided By Voices a few months ago in D.C., front-man-slash-legend Robert Pollard kept telling the audience about the band'...
Born To Its Image: A Quick Review Of The New Chemtrails EP
London's Chemtrails continue to push the envelope with their unique blend of indie-pop and glam rock . The band's newest EP, Cuc...
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Heads Up About This Fab New Christmas Song From St. Lenox
Fresh from recording one of the best records of 2018, Ten Fables Of Young Ambition And Passionate Love , out now via Anyway Records , and...
Sunday, December 2, 2018
Play New Video Here From Durand Jones And The Indications
It was about 25 seconds into "Don't You Know?" from Durand Jones and the Indications when I knew I was a fan of the band. ...
Thursday, November 29, 2018
Before The Time: A Quick Review Of The New Album From Shadowgraphs
The new album from Shadowgraphs, Another Time , out tomorrow via Golden Brown , is the sort of release that straddles multiple genres with...
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Keep Your Ear To The Ground: A Brief Review Of The Salad Days Soundtrack
Director Scott Crawford surveyed the harDCore history of the nation's capital succinctly and generously in the 2014 film, Salad Days:...
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Sewer Rock: A Brief Review Of The New Compilation From Wurm (Pre-Black Flag)
If The Ramones (or Richard Hell) created punk rock on the East Coast in the first half of the Seventies, it's fair to say that Wurm -...
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