Thursday, January 18, 2018
Right Time: A Brief Review Of The New Album From Salad Boys
New Zealand's Salad Boys manage to draw upon a whole range of influences but, invariably, descriptions of their sound usually involve ...
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Stupid Kid: A Few Words About The New Sultans Of Ping F.C. Reissue From Cherry Red Records
I discovered The Sultans of Ping F.C. for myself. Rummaging through used CD bins in London shops on my first trip to the U.K. back in 199...
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
The Future Is Ours: A Quick Review Of The Fab New Album From Half Japanese
Jad Fair has been making music as part of Half Japanese for decades. His voice and sensibilities are unique ones in the alt-rock world. ...
Monday, January 15, 2018
The Hype: A Look At The New One From Shopping
The new record from Shopping is nearly here and it is the sort of thing worthy of a lot of hype. Called The Official Body , the record dr...
Suck You Dry: A Few Words About The New Live Album From Mudhoney
It seems hard to believe that Mudhoney have never released a live album until now. There probably were live releases here and there from ...
Sunday, January 14, 2018
Fear In The Future: A Look At This New Terminal Mind Reissue
Terminal Mind from Austin, Texas made very sharp, angular post-punk in an era when folks were still genuflecting over the Sex Pistols. T...
Friday, January 12, 2018
Pics From The Camper Van Beethoven / Cracker Show In D.C. Last Night!
One has to give credit to David Lowery seeing as how he's out on the road fronting 2 legendary and much-loved alt-rock bands at once....
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Looking For The Way Out: A Quick Review Of The New Stuart Kidd Album
Stuart Kidd, Stu , has played on dozens of great records from Dr. Cosmo's Tape Lab, to BMX Bandits, to Gorky's main-man Euros Chil...
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Crystal: A Few Words About The Debut Full-Length Album From Jaguwar
Oyemi, Lemmy, and Chris make up the German trio Jaguwar. The band cranks out fairly impressive material that skirts the edges of the shoe...
Monday, January 8, 2018
Tasteless: A Brief Review Of The Debut Album From London Band Shame
From the promo pics and marketing hype, you'd think that London-based band Shame were the second coming of The Libertines or something...
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