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Cassingles Going Steady

Alas, like touch-tone phones or my ability to bend over and tie my shoes without becoming breathless and lightheaded, bands doing split releases has...

Summer Concert Preview

I’d argue that there are few experiences as central to being a young person in America as going to an overpriced, overcrowded outdoor concert...

Gollay’s Search for Meaning

Like a lot of songwriters, Rachel Gollay finds it hard to try to write a song explicitly about a specific thing. Words come from...

More of More

The din of road noise is a backdrop for Peter More’s voice as we talk over the phone. Being driven by a foreign friend...

Deep Cuts

Among the many matter-of-fact statements that accompany the imagery on display in Van Halen’s “Right Now” video, the one that has stuck in my...

Phantomelo’s Baby Ghosts

Somewhere in Garland, graffiti covers the dingy walls of an abandoned maternity ward. Silence is most likely the only thing to be found behind...

Metal Up Your Ox

Most so-called indie rockers– especially those of a certain age, old enough to have memories of the Challenger explosion or when Pizza Hut was...

Ramblin’ Bones

Tyler Rougeux has seen the good, the bad, and the ugly of the music industry. Boasting a Texas drawl tailor-made for rambunctious country rock,...

Dagger Club Rises

The story of the phoenix is most certainly cliché, but seeing as how people still show up en masse for cover bands, it’s always...

Joe Savage’s Liver Dye

The greatest country artists are storytellers. It’s still much too early to tell if Joe Savage will one day be considered a titan of...