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It's Been One Whole Decade

One of my favourite albums on this Earth was released ten years ago today, May 3rd, 2005.  Separation Sunday is an album for poets and lovers, an album that really brings to attention what a  75 more words

Music Reviews

Color us all obsessed

Have you seen Color Me Obsessed?

Well, if you haven’t:

  1. Stop what you’re doing!
  2. Read this post.
  3. Click the link at story end.

The 2011 documentary by Gorman Bechard is a “different sort of rockumentary.” There’s really no music in it, and no, it doesn’t feature cheesy-ass, repurposed clips. 226 more words

Reviewed from the hip: Beat The Champ

I was hesitantly excited to notice the new Mountain Goats album, Beat The Champ, streaming via NPR yesterday morning. “Hesitantly,” because, like his fellow indie rock heroes, Stephin Merritt & Craig Finn, Darnielle’s latest work has lost a certain edge. 572 more words

Review From The Hip

Track of the Week - Week Ten

‘We Used to Vacation’ by Cold War Kids

From the album Robbers & Cowards (2006)

Today sees the UK release of Cold War Kids’ fifth studio album (just under five months after its release in the US, a fact that NME… 224 more words

Track Of The Week

New Tour Dates: Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Spring 2015 Tour

April 16 — Chattanooga, Tenn. — Track 29

April 17 — Charlotte, N.C. — U.S. National Whitewater Center… 85 more words

Alt Country

The HOLD STEADY - " Teeth Dreams " Best Albums Of 2014


Craig Finn and Co. are joined by the excellent Steve Selvidge (who came along on the support tour for 2010’s introspective Heaven Is Whenever), and twin-attack guitars are suddenly the going thing once again. 187 more words



Friday, December 26, 2014
The Hold Steady – “Killer Parties” from Almost Killed Me (2004 French Kiss)

It’s somewhat difficult to believe that the Hold Steady have been at it for ten years. 469 more words

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