Archive for the ‘indie’ Category

The most underrated band in rock and roll? Perhaps. While Led Zeppelin bask in the glory of overexposure, Thin Lizzy languish in relative obscurity despite a run of amazing albums during the latter half of the seventies that outshine the parallel output of that oft-vaunted “greatest band in rock and roll history”. “The Boys Are […]


Album Review

07Dec07

Every so often an album comes along that defines a generation, an album that works well with every drug and every mood; an album that gets scratched into your soul. Man. This album is not one of those albums. Following the gradual maturation of the previous two releases, this latest disc promises a return to […]


Indie Schmindie

17Oct07

Indie is the new Alternative, curdled homogenized barf; The Nickelback of 2015 will swap denim for sweater and scarf. Sweater Rock reigns supreme. One cannot sit through a commercial break at any point during the day without being exposed to a veritable mixtape of pseudo-hipster music. Big bucks. Everyone is cool these days, especially advertising […]