CD Review: Priceless Concrete Echoes by the Penelope[s]

France’s duo The Penelope[s] have released a dynamite CD this year. Called Priceless Concrete Echoes, it has several great artists making appearances. I always like it when bands include guests in their work as it always creates a different feel in each song. For this CD they’ve included artists Morpheus, Dierdre Dubois and Malka Spiegel. […]

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CD Review: Julian Plenti. . . Is Skyscraper by Julian Plenti

Julian Plenti. . . Is Skyscraper, is the debut solo CD of Interpol’s Paul Banks. I hate to address this right off and I would rather just say Julian Plenti is a completely different artist, and he is. It’s a brave move to go out on your own and it makes sense to use a […]

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Show Review & Photos: the Warlocks & Gliss @ Chop Suey

I finally saw the Warlocks! Something always seems to happens so that I miss them. I caught part of a show of theirs once when they opened for the Raveonettes probably 6 years ago – I know it’s been a long time. So finally seeing them last night was a very good experience. They have […]

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Photos: Wild Light @ Chop Suey

I am sure I must not be the only one saying it but these Wild Light guys should be huge hits. Mega huge. Mega. They’ve got massive success potential written all over them and their songs. Does this mean I like them? In this case, yes it certainly does. Highlights? California on My Mind, New […]

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Photos & Show Review: Seaweed & the Whore Moans @the Crocodile

The headliner Seaweed had a friendly, mostly male and energetic fan base. That’s cool and it was even cooler to watch these fans mosh while I was at a safe distance from the action. This meant that I was able to take a small video of the moshing just with my little camera so while […]

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