Mortal Micronotz Tribute – Review

April 1, 1995

Each band has a definite personality, but instead of a random smorgasbord, the Micronotz’ tunes are the duct tape that hold the album together.

Web – Review

April 1, 1995

Lots of interesting stuff ruined by a crappy mix. Lousy packaging, too. The band is energetic and cheerful, but about five years too late.

Wax – 13 Unlucky Numbers – Review

April 1, 1995

The best songs have Ramones simplicity. The unlucky of the 13 are the indie pop ignorables. Mid-temp and so Bostonian, you know it was recorded here.

Tribe 8 – Fist City – Review

April 1, 1995

The music on Fist City isn’t any better than okay. Tribe 8 used to actually be fun, when they were more squeaky and grrrly and not all serious.

Timco – Friction Tape – Review

April 1, 1995

Very good lyrics and a certain rhythmic sincerity are what shine through the somewhat humdrum format and make Timco’s brand of “sadcore” especially addictive.

The Tunnel Rats – Demo – Review

April 1, 1995

New Hampshire punk rock, G.G. Allin Style. Two G.G. covers, one Troubled Youth cover, and “I Love Living in New Hampshire” based on a Fear song.

The Dentists – Deep Six – Review

April 1, 1995

A dumb name doesn’t necessarily belie a bad band. Deep Six is a sharp, jagged pop album, laden with hooks and clever wordplay. A killer album.

T.I.C. – Review

April 1, 1995

Distorted, danceable, and catchy guitars, samples, and electro pop make this 10-song release worthy of more than a lick.

Squirrel Nut Zippers – Review

April 1, 1995

harp-dressed, flirty, polite and finger-snapping fine, the inevitable Squirrel Nut Zippers will turn you on to authentic “old school” swing.

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