Cities – Cities

Formed in the winter of 2004, Cities already has a few notches on their belt to be proud of. They’ve shared the stage with such notables as Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, I Love You But I’ve Chosen Darkness, Thunderbirds are Now!, and We are Scientists. Now the baby-faced boys from Chapel Hill, NC have […]

American Princes – Little Spaces

After releasing an EP on indie-label Max Recordings, and embarking on a slew of regional tours, American Princes went into the studio in 2004 to record their debut full length, Little Spaces. The record soon found itself in the hands of Yep Roc Records head, Glenn Dicker, during a chance listening encounter while hanging with […]

The Fleshtones – Beachhead

Garage rockers extraordinaire, The Fleshtones, have popped out their 13th studio-conceived bouncing sonic baby with Beachhead. For a band that now has a coven of LP’s, begging one to ask, “Is there any end in site?” Doubtful.

Bob Mould – Body of Song

Among the pantheon of post-punk rock gods, Bob Mould needs no introduction. The man’s contributions over the years are well established and his success has clearly afforded him carte blanche with each new release. And although his latest, Body of Song, throws out a few curve balls that will certainly cause some of his die-hard […]

The Minus 5 – At The Organ

The garage rock stylings and campy sense of humor of Young Fresh Fellows leader Scott McCaughey (vocals, bass) was an apparently integral, yet often overlooked, factor in the Seattle alternative music revolution during the early ’90s. McCaughey influence allegedly aided in breaking many bands during that time – Jeff Tweedy and Wilco to name one […]