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Every Everything coming to DVD

Just making sure everyone knows that EVERY EVERYTHING: THE MUSIC, LIFE & TIMES OF GRANT HART will be released on DVD on August 12th. The DVD comes with a boatload of extra interviews with Grant Hart on the following 20 topics: 84 more words

Filmmaking

Minneapolis: A music city

I was in my car the other day switching through songs on my mp3 player when I stopped on “Bastards of Young” by the Replacements, college radio darlings of the 1980s (a fine decade for both music and producing people, like me). 489 more words

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The Listening Post: March-June 2014

Music to fade out the long, cold winter, slide through spring, and crash into summer.

  • Morning Phase—Beck. The most instantly noticeable thing about the latest offering from Beck is the sound.
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Music

July 10. Bob Mould, a ladybird tent and a bunch of spread sheets

It is a rare occasion indeed nowadays when something happens to actually make me shake with excitement but today at about half past three, I exclaimed “Oh my God” in the middle of my crowded office, causing my fellow co workers to look at me with a mixture of shock, worry and WTF? 316 more words

Record review: Bob Mould - Beauty & Ruin (2014, LP)

Fans of Hüsker Dü tend to favour either the tracks on which guitarist Bob Mould or drummer Grant Hart sang; the former taking a more brutal approach at the mic and the latter being a more melodic soul. 219 more words

Music

Bob Mould

Last month I posted the first video off of Mould’s (Husker Du, Sugar) tenth solo album, BEAUTY AND RUIN (released June 3).  Here is a second video, though apparently unofficial.  20 more words

Pop/Rock

New Day Rising: A Beginners Guide To The Work of Bob Mould (Part 1)

I can’t really think of many artists that I enjoy as much as Bob Mould. From his early days in Hüsker Dü to his most recent solo albums, the man has touched on many different genres within the college/punk/alternative/indie or whatever current buzzword we are using to describe this genre. 1,247 more words

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