Owls – Two – Music Stream

April 8, 2014

Owls are a satisfying throwback to a time when emo rock hadn’t yet evolved into an overly sleek, whiny mess of a movement.

Owls – Two – Review

March 19, 2014

Owls are a satisfying throwback to a time when emo rock hadn’t yet evolved into an overly sleek, whiny mess of a movement.

Generationals – Heza – Review

June 26, 2013

New Orleans’ school chums Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer hop from Cure-inspired dance (“Boys Don’t Cry,” not the somber sobbers) to Passion Pit falsetto yippies.

Generationals – Heza – Music Stream

June 26, 2013

New Orleans’ school chums Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer hop from Cure-inspired dance (“Boys Don’t Cry,” not the somber sobbers) to Passion Pit falsetto yippies.

Dusted – Total Dust – Music Stream

August 24, 2012

Brian Borcherdt (Holy Fuck) and Leon Taheny (Bruce Peninsula) team up to make lo-fi, fuzzy, glowing indie rock. More Spiritualized than synthy dance crap.

Dusted – Total Dust – Review

August 24, 2012

Brian Borcherdt (Holy Fuck) and Leon Taheny (Bruce Peninsula) team up to make lo-fi, fuzzy, glowing indie rock. More Spiritualized than synthy dance crap.

Owen – At Home With – Review

March 9, 2007

Sad chords strummed, snapped, and hammered-on by the author’s capable hands, while gorgeous lamentations flow from his mouth.

Aloha – Some Echoes – Review

May 12, 2006

On Some Echoes, the band don’t look to conquer new territory as much as expand upon what they’ve already cultivated: Less virtuosity and more memorability.

Owen – (The EP) – Review

September 6, 2004

Plenty of open-string hammer-ons and time changes to keep American Football and Owls fans happy, but they feel sentimental as well as mathy.

Decibully- City of Festivals – Review

February 2, 2004

Two of Decibully’s players were in The Promise Ring’s final line-up. Those who didn’t appreciate Wood/Water are bags of wet monkey asses and obviously deaf.

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