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Archive for November, 2009
Posted on 25 November, 2009 | No CommentsOh snap! You were all into it, weren’t you? You had your eyes closed ’cause you were all, like, getting...
Posted on 24 November, 2009 | 3 CommentsIt’s become increasingly rare for me to be genuinely surprised, to have my expectations defied. It’s not that I’m jaded—at...
Posted on 24 November, 2009 | No CommentsListening to Toronto math rock/dance punk/noise experimentalists DD/MM/YYYY is like listening to a bunch of hyperactive ADD kids on crack...
Posted on 20 November, 2009 | No CommentsThe more I continue to do this, the more I realize that I desperately need a new camera. One with,...
Posted on 19 November, 2009 | No CommentsHere it is, the third and last video from These Arms Are Snakes‘ epic performance last month at the Star...
Posted on 16 November, 2009 | 6 CommentsThe following does not apply to every band in town, just most of them. This likely applies to most music...
Posted on 12 November, 2009 | No CommentsOkay, I get the concept: original lineup only plays original material. Diary and LP2. That’s it, kiddies, enjoy. It’s hard...
Posted on 11 November, 2009 | 2 CommentsWho can resist more acerbic chaos and mayhem from Louisville’s finest noise-rockers, Young Widows? Definitely not us. Here’s another three-minute...
Posted on 10 November, 2009 | 1 CommentSide projects are usually vain and self-serving things. Side projects are usually rushed and ill-planned, extolling blind spontaneity over disciplined practice. Side projects usually diminish an artist's stature rather than elevate their legacy.
Posted on 9 November, 2009 | No CommentsAdmittedly, this video is a tease. It hardly seems worth it. There’s just enough light to partially illuminate Russian Circles...