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Music Review: Mike Adams at His Honest Weight – ‘Best of Boiler Room Classics’

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What Mike Adams has achieved with this album actually could be described as a best of. It draws on many influences, but shines with its own peculiarly individual effervescence. Read More »

Music Review: Carnival Season – ‘Misguided Promise: Carnival Season Complete (1984-89)’

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Fans of Let's Active, The Windbreakers, The Replacements, and The Lemonheads will enjoy this newly found treasure. Read More »

Music Review: The Colorplates – “Agony and Ecstasy”

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This new compilation may not make The Colorplates champs, but if it evokes for others the same nostalgia for lost youth that it evoked for this reviewer, it will make for a lot of happy campers. Read More »

Concert Review: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA – 4/7/2013

An exhilarating and exhausting live show from the post-punk icons. Read More »

Music Review: Unwound – Live Leaves

Unwound releases a career-topping double live album. Read More »

Music Review: The Whigs – Enjoy the Company

Enjoy the Company has some enjoyable tracks to be sure, but it is largely a bump in the road for The Whigs. Read More »

Music Review: Beak – II

Beak's second album is an indescribable post-punk mystery. Read More »

Music Review: Dome – Dome 1-4+5 Box Set

The coolest box-set of the year. Read More »

Music Review: Mars – Live At Artists Space

No Wave legends Mars captured live in NYC May 6, 1978 Read More »

Music Review: Landmine Marathon – Gallows

A bonfire of the sanities. Read More »