Chevy Heston – Destroy – Review

March 1, 1996

Destroy finds Chevy continuing on their quest to reconfigure used rock ‘n’ roll parts into a brand new shambling beast, slouching towards Dystopia to be born.

Jeremy Toback – Review

March 1, 1996

Jeremy Toback is a major talent, a singer-songwriter working within the pop context, but blessed with a sense of grace and style all his own.

Semisonic – Pleasure EP – Review

October 1, 1995

The bland, torturous pop music of Semisonic is the sound Hootie makes as he struggles to keep singing and pretend that the Blowfish isn’t eating him alive.

Jocobono – Interview

October 1, 1995

An interview with guitarist/singer Billy O’Malley, bassist Mikey Welsh, and drummer Todd Perlmutter

Otis – Review

July 1, 1995

Chunky and full of rich guitar solos, Otis satisfies. Singer Kev O. Matic has been studying his Cobain with good results.

Otis – Review

April 1, 1995

Otis trudges and roars like angst-ridden young men should. Groove and 10-ton hooks to move yer ass.

Smackmelon – Review

September 1, 1994

The sometimes biting sarcasm is carefully laced between the folds of the ringing guitars, and will sneak-smack you right upside the head.

Toetag – Reality – Review

October 1, 1993

A dose of Reality from Toe Tag. They were actually able to pull off capturing the raw energy of their live show and put it in a cellophaned package.