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Reviews in Brief: Sidewalk Driver and Active Child

From the East Coast to the West Coast, these two bands have some great tunes for your ears. Read More »

Interview With Rachel Flotard of Visqueen

She says Tom & Jerry are her musical influences and she might mean it... Read More »

Music Review: Graham Parker — Imaginary Television

Has Graham Parker been watching too much TV? Read More »

Music Review: What Laura Says – Bloom Creek

What Laura Says harvests their influences with admirable results. Read More »

Music Reviews: The Cringe, The Hawkwind Triad, Orwell, and Whiplash

Veteran thrash, so-so metal core thrash, some decent power pop and a Hawkwind tribute. Read More »

I Hear Sparks: The Secret History – The World That Never Was

Magic happens. Read More »

Music Review: Title Tracks – It Was Easy

John Davis goes it alone. Read More »

Music Review: Buzzcocks – A Different Kind Of Tension (Special Edition)

The final entry of Mute's great Buzzcocks reissue series. Read More »

Music Review: Buzzcocks – Love Bites (Special Edition)

Buzzcocks' great second LP is reissued in an excellent deluxe edition. Read More »

Music Review: The Plimsouls – Live! Beg, Borrow & Steal: October 31, 1981 Whiskey A Go-Go

The Plimsouls captured during their L.A. club heyday at Whisky A Go-Go. Read More »