Local band Boldtype has recently released their first CD, a ten-track pop-punk album in the vein of No Use For A Name.
At best, Destroy Everything’s “Three Cheers For You” is a poor man’s Rancid. Backed by generic, machine-gun beats and predictable chord progressions, the nine-song disc pushes no envelopes nor raises any hopes that the future of music is any brighter. Fittingly, the notes included on the back of the CD sum it up quite sufficiently:
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (2002, Kim Bartley & Donnacha O Brian) In April 2002, the democratically elected President of Venezuela, the world’s fourth largest exported of oil, was removed from office for approximately 4 days. Hugo Chavez had promised to redistribute the country’s oil wealth among the 80% of the population that lived […]
The New South Park Tavern Takes Over 60 South More changes are taking place on Broadway in the Baker neighborhood. Skylark moved from its more dive-y abode, Hi Dive took over Quixotes, bring art, rock, and movies to the area. Now 60 South has changed ownership and the sign outside that now says – The […]