Friday, September 21, 2018

Neil Hamburger

Neil Hamburger Great Moments At Di Presa’s Pizza House Only America’s self-proclaimed funnyman, Neil Hamburger, could come up with something like this. Part stand-up...

Meshuggah

Meshuggah Catch Thirty Three Proof that Darwin was wrong: Meshuggah are still not headlining stadiums, while much of the metal that was once nü has evolved into gazillion-selling...

Alkaline Trio – Crimson

Alkaline Trio Crimson For all the talk of maturation surrounding Alkaline Trio’s fifth proper album, Crimson, the disc essentially mimics the goth-punk group’s past few efforts: There are some...

Gatsbys American Dream

Gatsbys American Dream Volcano Concept albums are a dangerous move in any band’s career. Concept albums about volcanoes are pretty much doomed from the start. Yet somehow, Gatsbys...

Lucero

Lucero Nobody’s Darlings Lucero are a great band. Unfortunately, their fifth full-length, Nobody’s Darlings, isn’t a great album-in fact, it barely qualifies as “okay.” Maybe it has something...

Heavy Trash

Heavy Trash Heavy Trash It might’ve looked good on paper: Heavy Trash is the summit meeting between two cool-rockin’ daddies, Jon Spencer (Blues Explosion) and Matt Verta-Ray (Speedball...

Ben Folds

Ben Folds Songs For Silverman In AP 199’s In The Studio, Ben Folds said his new album would be more “organic and dirtier” than any previous release in...

The Evens

The Evens The Evens Raise your hand if you first caught the Evens-a duo of Fugazi’s Ian MacKaye (guitar, vocals) and the Warmers’ chief alumna, Amy Farina (drums)-online...

New Order

New Order Waiting For The Sirens’ Call New Order’s history is filled with mournful iciness, sublime electro-disco, seminal Britpop-and episodes of portly overblown grandeur....

Fall Out Boy – From Under The Cork Tree

Fall Out Boy From Under The Cork Tree They say you write what you know. For David Sedaris, it’s Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. For Morrissey, it’s depression. And for Fall Out...

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