Throttlefinger – Review

April 1, 2000

Tough guy Nine Pound Hammer redux, y’know, drunken swagger cockpunkrock with spaghetti western soundbites to punctuate Throttlefinger’s self-image as outlaws.

The Retardos – Review

April 1, 2000

Their shit don’t lack for in-yo-face intensity, tho’ they do lack the ability to write a coupla numbers that don’t sound exactly like the six they just played.

The Marinets – Love! Hate! – Review

April 1, 2000

’60s UK pop is a handy reference point, even when the Martinets are not self-consciously aping The Yardbirds or nudging the Troggs perhaps via the Milkshakes.

The Fumes – Pure Bad Luck – Review

September 1, 1999

Short’n’sweet and then move on 1-2-3-4 to the next one in a buzzsaw guitar blur runnin’ thru the veins of Zeke/Electric Frankenstein/Migraines etc etc.

The Foxations – Review

June 1, 1999

The singer sounds like Kathleen Hanna on helium, so much, in fact, that I thought that maybe I had the record on the wrong speed.

Zeke – Flat Tracker – Review

February 1, 1997

These Seattlites froth and curse like white trash, whiskey drinkin’, drug usin’, hard livin’, hard fuckin’, hot rod racin’, law hatin’, fight startin’ cretins.

Zeke – Chiva Knieval – Review

November 1, 1996

Good punk rock guitar screech, scum rock vocals with melody, elements of AC/DC and New Bomb Turks. Fast, energetic, to-the-point, cool.