MxPx – Teenage Politics – Review

July 1, 1995

In an age of punker-than-thou, MxPx is a breath of fresh air. They write hyperenergetic tunes filled with broken-hearts, questions, and strivings for change.

Mourn – Review

July 1, 1995

Mountains of bassy guitar and lyrics about dreaming, souls, reality; the dreary mysticism of acid rock. Caroline Wilson adds a beautiful, trembling voice.

W.A.R. Compilation Vol. I – Review

July 1, 1995

Dark Tranquility, Katatonia, Dissection, and In Flames will have you spinning this disc religiously. The production and packaging alone make this essential.

Oi!/Skampilation – Review

July 1, 1995

Many of us can enjoy both a little rough old-school stomping as well as the happy fun of pogoing to some up-tempo ska.

Meg Hentges – Afterlaugh – Review

July 1, 1995

Meg Hentges’ latest solo album further explores the rockin’ yet understated side of 2 Nice Girls’ sound, while Ms. Phillips ventures further “out there.”

More Than You Can Chew – Review

July 1, 1995

Most of the bands stay true to indie/powerpop/punk pop “guidelines,” and those that don’t are cool enough that you don’t really care anyway.

Medicine – Her Highness – Review

July 1, 1995

There is nothing solid for the listener to sink his or her teeth into, only intricate, ghostlike fibers of noise that always remain just out of reach.

Eurofetish Video – Review

July 1, 1995

Whatever our reviewers do to themselves or each other behind closed doors is their own business as long as the review comes in on time and isn’t all sticky.

Mad Love – Review

July 1, 1995

The film is already out of the theaters and VHS-bound. Well, it’s still a good sampler of underground alternapop.

Love Handles Soundtrack – Review

July 1, 1995

I think it has something to do with a 500 lb. rockabilly guitarist’s life. High octane surf and indie-rock wanna be. The prize is in the dialogue excerpts.

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