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Vinyl Tap: The Plimsouls – “A Million Miles Away”

Over 25 years later, 1983's "A Million Miles Away" - three minutes and thirty-four seconds of hard-driven delirium - still packs a frenzied wallop. Read More »

Music Review: Simple Plan – Get Your Heart On!

A succession of songs. Some work. Some don't. Read More »

Music Review: Bowling For Soup – Fishin’ For Woos

Old timey rockers looking for a summer party soundtrack. Read More »

Music Review: Tea Leaf Green – Radio Tragedy

Tea Leaf Green returns with an album that is anything but a radio tragedy. Read More »

Concert Review: The New Pornographers with Thao and Mirah, and Kathryn Calder, Mt. Baker Theatre, Bellingham, WA, 5/6/11

Three distinct indie acts converged in Bellingham. Read More »

Music Review: Title Tracks – In Blank

Summer hooks and shifty looks? Read More »

Music Review: Sloan – The Double Cross

Halifax's boys bring on The Double Cross. Read More »

Music Review: Sorrows – Bad Times Good Times

The New York based Sorrows were one of the greatest "barely-known" power pop bands of the 1980s. Read More »

Mark Kalriess’ Best Music of 2010

The great albums of 2010. Read More »

Music Review: Weezer – Pinkerton (Deluxe Edition)

Epitaph re-releases Weezer’s first hated, then loved, Pinkerton with more songs. Read More »