An interview with Dave Wyndorf
The singer’s got a wild range. Solos galore and powerchords strung together with charming hair tosses. Rich harmonies and loud, chunky guitars.
A balls-out blast from the rock ‘n’ roll past. Elements of The Wildhearts with Stone Temple vocals mixed together with heavy chords and harmonies.
Peppy, punky guitar rock with gobs of sing-songy back up vocals. The vocalist has a weird voice, kinda baby talk, but it works.
Indie pop at it’s most glorious. Rich guitars and rocking drums with some really weird lyrics about Forrest Gump and chicken.
Souls at Zero is notorious for well-crafted groove blasted heavy and crunchy. Brad Divens’ howl is a trademark from Wrathchild to Wrathchild America releases.
Starting with a heavy, heavy base of Cajun influences, Landreth bends and blends his chords and notes into accessible grooves full of bayou bluesiness.
This band rocks with pure adrenaline and spirit. Kind of reminds me of old L7. Send more. We love it!
The RI boys have put down their guitars and headed for Moogs. What they’ve become is Kraftwerk for the ’90s. My new favorite band.
Perfect for those who want to find some balance in their CD collection. The lead and backing vocals are reminiscent of Lou Reed and John Cale.
While twangy vocals are not my fave, this REM-clone has a sizable Boston following. Rich production and good songcraft. It’s just been done many times before.
The majority of this album is Seattle groove rock reduced to its most dull denominator.
You can file this one night next to your old Pavement, Sebadoh, and Swirlies singles. Keeping stoner lo-fi honest and alive.
Sweet, sleepy pop with pretty female vocals and catchy, yet forgetable songs. Beautiful artwork.
The re-named Plush returns with a new name and new songs. Both song show Sarah Reitkopp’s great Heartish vocals and the band’s chemistry.
To Bring You My Love has a less noisy, more accessible feel than the previous three albums, but her attitude is, if anything, more caustic than ever.
Noisy and totally wacked, these guys are great! They cram more screaming feedback and punky guitar slop into the record grooves than you’d think possible.
A constant motormouth of distorted guitars and Souci Broskowitz’s hurt/pissed-off vocals make Pet UFO one of my personal favorites.
Both songs show Souci’s great lyrical skill by hitting you right where it hurts. Loud, girl punk with great lyrics and a lot of heart.
This instrumental collection moodily shifts from one focus to another as effortlessly as clouds drift across a brilliant blue sky.
One of the best drawing bands from the Lowell area. Energetic and well-crafted rock songs with good lyrics and catchy melodies.
This is what you listen to while you trash your room.
Not surprisingly, this is cute pop with a female singer. Kinda dippy, kinda trippy, infectiously energetic.
Shouting local rock with too much bass. I think I like this. Sarcastic and abrasive with no song titles. The Europe trading card was a nice touch.
The crushing riffs, mechanized drums, cruel rhythms and agonized vox are all there, but MLC can tone it down with smooth and sorrowful vocals.
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