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Photos: Sunny Day Real Estate at House of Blues

Photos of Sunny Day Real Estate plus Jealous Sound at the House of Blues in Boston
Sunny Day Real Estate and the Jealous Sound , live at HoB on September 28, 2009
By CARINA MASTROCOLA  |  October 02, 2009

How it feels to be something (back) on

Sub Pop co-founder Jonathan Poneman still sounds amazed by the band he saw at Seattle’s Crocodile Café back in 1993.
The return of Sunny Day Real Estate
By LEOR GALIL  |  September 25, 2009
huak list

Rock of wages

Huak are the rare local band who, in the two-plus years they've been playing regular gigs, sound bolder and more self-possessed every time you see them.
Huak intertwine politics, sentiment, and decades of influences
By CHRISTOPHER GRAY  |  August 28, 2009
6 finger list

Don't call it a comeback

Six Finger Satellite founder and frontman Jeremiah "J." Ryan has news for anyone assuming that the upcoming Six Finger Satellite mini-tour is a harbinger for some big 6FS reunion, following the recent release of Half Control on Load Records, original
Six Finger Satellite never left. And never will 
By CHRIS CONTI  |  August 07, 2009
Sunny Day Real Estate to reunite, play Boston this fall

Sunny Day Real Estate to reunite, play Boston this fall

The "classic" Sunny Day Real Estate lineup - Jeremy Enigk, Dan Hoerner,  William Goldsmith, and...
By Ryan Stewart  |  June 23, 2009

Bit players

What do you get when you cross NYU music-technology majors just out of their teens, vintage Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy gear, traditional rock-and-roll instruments, a mysterious, robot-building fellow named José with half a middle finger
Anamanaguchi are a shock to the systems
By MICHAEL ALAN GOLDBERG  |  June 05, 2009


Cymbals Eat Guitars | Why There Are Mountains

There's good news and bad news about New York quartet Cymbals Eat Guitars and their self-released debut.
Self-released (2009)
By RYAN STEWART  |  April 10, 2009


Along with Phantom Buffalo, Brenda are one of the only indie acts in Portland with genuine crossover appeal, “good times" music in the non-pejorative sense.
Music seen at Empire Dine and Dance, July 5, 2008
By CHRISTOPHER GRAY  |  July 09, 2008

Drear as folk

It’s that feeling of overwhelming sorrow tempered by the faintest sliver of hope that’s evoked by the music of two veteran Pacific Northwest songwriters and long-time friends who share a bill at Great Scott this Saturday night.
The bleak interiors of Damien Jurado and Jeremy Enigk

Is it in the stars?

When Casey Crescenzo, frontman of the Dear Hunter, was a kid, he gave Nirvana a shot. It didn’t take.
The rise of Casey Crescenzo’s the Dear Hunter
By MATT ASHARE  |  August 29, 2007

Sunny daze

It wouldn’t be fair to blame Jeremy Enigk for the current overabundance of “emo” — a style that entails sensitive guys laying their hearts on the line to a degree that verges on sickening.
Jeremy Enigk’s clear new vision
By MATT ASHARE  |  November 29, 2006


In the pines

Jose’s unapologetically no-frills style is all about the pathetically triumphant moment of restraint that stops you from drunk dialing an ex.
Jose Gonzalez at the Museum of Fine Arts, or, How I could almost hug a man
By SHARON STEEL  |  June 29, 2006