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A pretty decent indie album. In some places it reminds me of Kill the Moonlight by Spoon, but not quite enough. The first half of the album is very sad and mellow sounding. 85 more words
Directed by: Sam Jones. Few music documentaries are as hallowed and legendary as this one. I thought I was catching up on music docs when I saw the… 307 more words
This past weekend, one of the most revered rock records of the past few decades turned 15, which seemed like a good excuse for The Celebration Rock Podcast to revisit Wilco’s… 181 more words
A game I like to play on my cycle commute from work is figuring out the best band of each ten year era. For instance, The Beatles and Bob Dylan are contenders for 1960-1970, while 1985-1995 has a few contestants, including Pixies, Sonic Youth, and Public Enemy. 632 more words
Yankee Hotel Foxtrot has always felt just out of reach. It’s easy, perhaps convenient, to forget the album was recorded prior to the September 11th attacks, as the two seem irrevocably intertwined; the suggestive cover art (Chicago’s twin Marina City towers overlooking the Chicago River); song titles like “War on War” and lyrics like “Tall buildings shake, voices escape singing sad sad songs”; an unofficial release on September 18th, 2001. 1,686 more words