Bela – Exit Music – Review

November 1, 1998

Bela combine the moody rock elements of Gene Loves Jezebel with clear, British-sounding vocals, and paces that sway more than rock.

The Other – Review

December 1, 1997

Part jellybean, part prog rock, part punkpop anthem, The Other deserves their name.

Elsewhere – Outbound – Review

November 1, 1997

A mix of prog rock and Boston-baked powerpop, Elsewhere wear influences such as Rush, the Police, and ’80s British synthpop on their sleeves with pride.

Hi-Standard – Angry Fist – Review

October 1, 1997

Angry Fist is as non-stop punch-packing as its title suggests. As quick-tempoed, melodic, and well-produced as we’ve come to expect from Fat Wreck Chords.

My Fellow Americans – Review

September 1, 1997

The merry meleé ensues as the ex-Presidents are framed, chased, meet the general public, and are forced to overcome nearly 30 years of rivalry.

Courage Under Fire – Review

June 1, 1997

Courage Under Fire tells an exciting story in which every development complicates matters more until viewers are left not knowing what’s real anymore.

Hankshaw – Nothing Personal – Review

June 1, 1997

A thoughtful, sensitive, female (sounding)-fronted rock band. Some of the harder, more rockin’ songs combine the chugging guitars of pop rock of Descendents.

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