April 9, 2010

Pullin’ ‘Tubes: SMMD Makes Lemonade

As my grandfather used to tell me, “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade,” which is exactly what the members of Surprise Me Mr. Davis did when the group’s Nathan

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Friday Mix Tape: The Best Of Q1

You know what really grinds my gears? People that obnoxiously state that there is “no good music these days”. I say to these people, you’re doing it wrong and you’re

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Contest: Ultimate Bonnaroo Experience

We’re not usually ones to pimp other people’s contests, but when the folks at U.S. Cellular and Blackberry put together a giveaway for The Ultimate Bonnaroo Experience, they weren’t messing

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Video: Monsters Of Folk – Dear God

The future of the indie-rock super group Monsters Of Folk might be in doubt as the members are off working on their various other projects – M. Ward with She

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Ted Leo and the Pharmacists: The Brutalist Bricks

To say an artist has hit his stride is to hint that the road ahead is an easy, straight path, but maybe Ted Leo is due a little comfort.  With all its dollar-loaf white bread sandwiches and fitful couch sleep, Leo’s road has allowed him to grow gracefully. His sound has always been his own, but since Shake the Sheets in 2004, his hardcore roots have branched to a complete musical tree, and The Brutalist Bricks brings Leo’s pop and soul buds to full flower.

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Railroad Earth: Toad’s Place, New Haven, CT 3.26/10

When a band is on hiatus, you get times where the high level of intensity stays moderately average, and then you get those shows where the immeasurable musical magic occurs, and causes you to wonder when this band will reach its best moments… I hope we haven’t seen it yet, although this show could qualify very much so, with this being the fourth out of the five shows Railroad Earth has played with new bass player Andrew Altman.

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