The Flying Saucers – Review

July 1, 1995

The market may already be inundated with ’60s psych meets ’90s alternative, but if there is another space, the Flying Saucers could fill it quite nicely.

The Boo Radleys – Wake Up! – Review

July 1, 1995

Every song is ludicrously catchy, laden with instantly memorable hooks and choruses, drenched with melody that rivals McCartney’s when he was still good.

The Bassment – Review

July 1, 1995

Although this isn’t really my style, it’s not that bad. R&B rap, pretty funky drums for a white boy. Good production. Tight band. Made for driving.

Stereolab – Peng! – Review

July 1, 1995

Electric as a thundershower, delicate as baby’s breath. Laetitia Sadier sings with a sprite-like voice in both French and English,

Space Needle – Voyager – Review

July 1, 1995

Comparable to the sedative of Spacemen 3 if they weren’t so experimental, suggestive of Front 242 with a distortion pedal, or a more introspective Stereolab.

Skin Game – Review

July 1, 1995

Looming music, like foreshadowing in a Hitchcock film. Dark, powerful, impressive.

Undertow – Review

June 1, 1995

This rock/alternative band attempt tries its best to rise above the masses. Give them time. They have a good start already.

The Technical Jed – Review

June 1, 1995

This debut from The Technical Jed is actually a collection of obscure singles and compilation tracks. I enjoy it more every time I put it on.

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