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Interviews & Features Minimize
Columbia Legacy Releases the 5-CD set The Greatest
The music industry has become a mouse click away, no interaction needed.
Canadian alt country singer/songwriter Carolyn Mark has been making music in many different forms, but it's her latest solo effort which is the focus
An interview with The Holy Mess' drummer Keith Yosco aka the band Mom
It takes a lot to walk away from a band whose reputation and fan base is on the rise.
Seattle music veterans come together for a classic debut

Once More With Feeling Minimize
It is unfortunate that my editor wants 350-400 words about this disc, because it can actually be summed up in one word: awesome.
The 1968 album gets rereleased with bonus material
Recorded at the MEN Arena in Manchester, England
Whenever Art Garfunkel sang—whether as partner to Paul Simon, with another performer, or as a solo artist—he never tried to push or outshine.
I’ve always felt a little bad for California’s Incubus (though not too bad
What is there left to say about the late and incredibly lamented Jellyfish
The Metal God and crew live at the US Festival
The Reverend live!
Pisces Iscariot, a collection of b-sides and rarities is reissued with bonus material
The much overlooked Thin Lizzy debut

Movie and DVD Reviews Minimize
Below the radar punks Alice Donut
It’s one thing to sit back and listen to Jimi Hendrix, but seeing him play guitar is something otherwordly.
Classic concert unearthed from a blues legend
Did you know there was a punk scene in Spokane, Washington? Neither did we.
New drinking game brought to you by Innocent Words Magazine

Album Reviews Minimize
After an eight-year hiatus Bailterspace is back with their first album of new material since 1999’s Solar.3.
Popper and the boys are back and better than ever.
All’s tasty and alive with garage groove on the latest from Cincinnati’s Buffalo Killers.
In the 11 tracks on this disc, EDH manages to create a unique intimacy
It’s taken a few years, but I am finally able to accept that “World Punk” is a legitimate genre.
The first thing that hits you is that Ms. Hoop is a serious artist in a deep exploratory artist phase
Strings of My Soul is a collection of guitar instrumentals filled with atmospheric echoes, soaring melodies and a few fret-burning solos
Never begins with all the subtlety of a jackhammer outside of your bedroom window at 4a.m.
Seattle has certainly quieted down a bit since the kids traded in their Doc Martens
Silver Age harkens back to an emotional energy last realized in 1992 when Mould’s Sugar put out Copper Blue.
Many people fear change. Lucky for the adventurous listener, Ombre don’t fall in that camp.
The first studio album from Redd Kross since 1997
Life has come full circle for Mike Mattison
The Shoes with brand new album
Dave Stewart knows how to make records. He also knows how to create tracks that women can rock the shite out of.
Did Swans The Seer really take three decades to make?
It’s 2007 again! Say what you will about Versus the World, but the band is certainly consistent.
Seattle veteran musicians come together for impressive debut album
Your Memorial’s sophomoric effort sounds like little more than a continuation of their 2010 debu
Zombie classics get remixed

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