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Music Review: Guided By Voices – Alien Lanes

A belated postmortem of the last of the rock thoroughbreds. Read More »

No Guitars in ’77

The Beach Boys Dreamy Love You, The Yin to the Yang of Suicide’s Nightmarish Debut Read More »

Notes From Underground

Looking back at Skeeter Davis, Left Banke, The Nerves, The Feelies, and Spaceman 3 Read More »

Thoughts on Rock and Roll in the Seventies (Part II)

The Flamin' Groovies, Big Star, and The Raspberries-The Rise of Power Pop. Read More »

Notes From Underground

Five songs I hope people have not yet forgotten by Bob Dylan, Yo La Tengo, Elvis Costello, Robert Wyatt, and Any Trouble. Read More »

This Week in Music – Ten Songs From This Week

A shorthand version of what I have been listening to over the last week or so. Read More »

Thoughts on Rock and Roll in the Seventies-Punk and Power Pop (Part I)

Trying to suss out Rock and Roll's last stand in the seventies. Read More »

Music Review: The Jacobites – The Ragged School

Delicate underground folk-rock from British leather and lace troubadours. Read More »

Music Review: The Gories – I Know You Fine But How You Doin’

The Gories attain primal garage-punk nirvana in Memphis, Tennessee with the help of Alex Chilton. Read More »

Is “Born to Run” the Best Song Ever Written?

“I wanna die with you Wendy on the streets tonight in an everlasting kiss.” Read More »