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Hoarse Of Voice, At The 930 Club, The Dandy Warhols Still Have Much To Say

Courtney Taylor-Taylor’s voice was shredded from the back-to-back New York gigs this weekend, part of the price we always pay in D.C. getting first-rate bands on second-rate evenings (Sundays or Thursdays.) With show-must-go-on enthusiasm and a decidedly low-key vibe, the set was still powerful, evenly drawing from the first three albums while — and this was most delightful — showcasing how good are the best songs on  329 more words

Dandy Warhols with The Seratones, live in Ottawa (April 9th, 2016)

It’s been almost twenty years since the last time I saw them live. Of course, the only song I knew by The Dandy Warhols at the time was “Not if you were the last junkie on earth” and the only reason I saw them at all for that tour was because they were opening for The Charlatans. 802 more words


New Releases 8/4/16

This week’s new releases listed below… Have a browse and feel free to get in touch if you’d like something reserved in-store.


by Rachel Brame

For a Portland band who’s been around since the early 90’s I’ll admit I’ve taken advantage of their everlasting presence on the scene but rarely dove deep… 633 more words



by M.V. Essick

2005 was a year where humanity thought that wearing bedazzled hoodies and “juicy” bottoms was a good idea. Then again, I really can’t really talk too much because I thought that wearing over-sized Anime T-shirts from the clearance rack at Hot Topic was a good idea. 439 more words


Vendetta Magazine: The (pre) Dig! Edition

As the Britpop scene started to sour for me in ’95-’96, two American bands nicely filled the void, Portland’s Dandy Warhols and San Francisco’s Brian Jonestown Massacre. 274 more words

My Jam Monday - "We Used to Be Friends" by The Dandy Warhols

According to the source of all knowledge, Wikipedia;

“We Used to Be Friends” is a song by American alternative rock band The Dandy Warhols. It was released as the lead…

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