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John K. Samson | Provincial
His inaugural gathering of bona-fide solo work summons an aura of full-blown tranquility.
| March 09, 2012
Feeling bad with Good Kids Sprouting Horns
We have a natural inclination toward harmony. We look for patterns and symmetry and create narratives out of coincidences.
| May 27, 2011
I've seen the best music snobs of my generation destroyed by downloading — instead of savoring full albums the way one might enjoy a vintage claret, they're slamming down random shots of bands with stupid names, passing out, and blanking on what they hea
Discriminatin' picks for the frugal music snob
| March 12, 2010
Pete Witham and the Cozmik Zombies are and are not exactly what you'd think. Sure, they're silly and ironic and probably wish it were 1954 all over again. But behind a bit of hokum lies a damn good band, more than a few smart turns of phrase, and an int
Pete Witham's Cozmik view of Americana
| February 12, 2010
Write to life
The Weakerthans’ story-songs are as much poetry as lyrics, the sort that get written only after verses choked by fastidious drama are thrown away.
Greg Graffin and the Weakerthans at the Paradise
| July 17, 2006
On the racks: July 12, 2006
Plus Sao Paulo sextet CSS and Bad Religion's Greg Graffin.
Thom Yorke, Some Girls, Peaches . . .
| July 11, 2006
ID Check: John E. McIntyre
John McIntyre (a/k/a Johnny Mac) booked his first rock show when he was 13.
| June 02, 2006
Religion and shit
If punk is really just folk music, maaaan , then how come so many punks insist on getting back to roots-rock in their old age?
Download new tracks Greg Graffin, the Clipse, and Shit Robot
| May 31, 2006
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