They Love Those Who Make the Music (Initial). Review by Daniel L. Mitchell.
Through Our Ears, Through Our Hearts (Too Damn Hype). Review by Vanessa Bormann.
A Rotation of Thoughts and Themes (Caulfield). Review by Daniel L. Mitchell.
Eudora (Vagrant). Review by Jason Feifer.
Carpe Diem (Revelation). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Rock and Roll Part Three (Kung Fu Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Live (Epic Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
The Egg (Desoto). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Be A Criminal (Revelation). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Hugely popular in their native Australia, Jebediah are starting to make waves as indie darlings herein the States following the release of their second album, Of Someday Shambles. Jason Feifer traverses the International Dateline to catch up with frontman Kevin Mitchell.
Hot Water Music, with Leatherface, River City High, and Pezz, at Market Street in Gainesville, FL on September 9, 2000. Concert review by Brian Kruger.
What’s emo? Don’t ask Sunny Day Real Estate drummer William Goldsmith, as he claims not to understand the label. Instead, he spoke to Gail Worley about Yoga, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, and his band’s creative process.
Despite two years of lineup changes, name changes, record label merry-go-round rides, lawsuits, and more, the Amazing Crowns have remained Royal to the loyal. Julio Diaz catches up with frontman Jason “King” Kendall to get the details.
Emo (Panic Button/Lookout). Review by Ryan Eckhart
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