Under the Speedway Sky. Review by Stacey Zering.
The Scientists have been conducting their Australian experiments in proto-punk for over four decades now, and it’s surprising that they’ve yet to publish in a peer-reviewed journal.
As individuals, Jay Som and Palehound each have their musical quirks and unique style. Together as Bachelor they plot a strange new course through the realm of dream pop.
You can say that bedrock funk bassist Bootsy Collins is The One, and you would be right on so many levels.
It’s hard to to live up to a name like Young Fresh Fellows when you’ve been at it for almost 40 years, but good time rock and roll never goes out of style.
Supremely independent for going on three decades, Superchunk’s incisive nervous energy is still one of the purest indie highs you can find.
The first wave of UK punk crested and shrank back, but the Mekons are still thrashing and foaming.
Stroke Manor (Yep Roc). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
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Down With Wilco (Yep Roc). Review by Sean Slone.
Benson Meets Sangster (Roam). Review by Kurt Channing.
The Sunset Tavern’s Anniversary Toga Party, featuring The Young Fresh Fellows, Huge Spacebird, and The Chris & Tad Show, at the Sunset Tavern in Seattle, WA on June 21, 2002. Event review by Steve Stav. Photos by Andrea Miller.
Comfort Eagle (Columbia). Review by Julio Diaz.
Reveal (Warner Bros.). Review by Kiran Aditham.
Plymouth Rock (S.P.A.M.). Review by Kurt Channing.
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