Jade Hairpins don’t care about your repetitive song structures, man. That’s not how you cram five albums’ worth of material into less than forty minutes.
Hearts Of Oak (Lookout!). Review by Julio Diaz.
Jagged Junktion (Go-kart). Review by Stein Haukland.
Shake Harder Boy (Hydrahead). Review by Stein Haukland.
Some Boots (Southern). Review by Stein Haukland.
Liza Hearon talks to the man with the plan – The Dismemberment Plan, that is – in this provocative conversation with Travis Morrison.
Latitude (Truck Stop). Review by Terry Eagan.
The Dismemberment Plan, with Ted Leo + Pharmacists and El Guapo at The Social in Orlando, FL on December 6, 2001. Concert review by Julio Diaz. Photos by Ian Koss.
Change (DeSoto). Review by Julio Diaz.
Saving his own best for last, Ink 19 Editor-In-Chief Julio Diaz offers his list of the best albums 2001 had to offer. And the hits don’t stop ‘til he gets to the top!
Split EP (DeSoto). Review by Julio Diaz.
The Scene’s Out of Sight (Self-Starter). Review by Marcel Feldmar.
The Dismemberment Plan, with Enon, Dälek, and The Gena Rowlands Band at The Sapphire Supper Club in Orlando, FL on May 19, 2001. Concert review by Julio Diaz and Andrew Chadwick. Photos by Ian Koss.
Desoto Records Showcase, featuring the Dismemberment Plan, Burning Airlines, Black Beetle, and the Eternals at the NYU Thompson Center in New York City, NY on October 20, 2000. Concert review by Julio Diaz.
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Emergency & I (DeSoto). Review by Andrew Chadwick
The Ice of Boston EP (Interscope). Review by Andrew Chadwick
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