• 2007 Festival Guide



    From March through September, the indie world blossoms thanks to several relatively new, massive festivals in the United States, and the old reliables in the UK.  These are excellent places to spend a weekend seeing bands from...
  • SXSW 2007 : Day 4

    The last day of activity was a flurry.  Early to the Convention Center for Robbers On High Street, then lunch @ Magnolia Cafe, and on to more shows.  The night ended up very solidly with Sharon Jones, Blanche, and Junior Senior.  After that, our feet...

  • SXSW 2007 : Day 3

    Though our dogs were starting to bark and we spent a ton of energy the first two days, we kept chugging along, getting to as many shows as we could.  Tons of day parties going on and beautiful sunshine.  Another great day.  Here's what we...

  • SXSW 2007 : Day 2

    Day 1 was long and tough, but Day 2 wasn't as bad.  We got a later start and watched a bunch of NCAA basketball before hitting the circuit.   We got to see a secret performance by Slash @ a Red Bull Party and then...

  • SXSW 2007 : Day 1

    The whole thing kicked off on Wednesday.  We first hit up Emo's Annex to see Foundry Field Recordings and Canada. Then we made our to Emo's Main Room for Office.  Back to the Annex for Honeycut and Apostle of Hustle.  On to Bourbon Rocks for...

  • SXSW 2007 : Recaps

    Click below for our South by Southwest 2007 recaps & highlights:...
  • Langerado Festival 2007 : Recap


    The 2007 festival season kicked off this weekend in South Florida with Langerado. This three day festival blended jam bands with indie rock so seamlessly that patchouli and indifference were standing at every stage. With headliners such as Trey...

  • SXSW 2007 : What We’re Looking Forward To

    We're gonna be at South by Southwest this year, kickin' some serious ass and takin' all kinds of names.  We'll be sending back photos, videos, and reports as much as humanly possible, so stay tuned. 

    Only two of us will be down there, so we'll...

  • Indie Rock’s Best Drummers

     

    Indie rock has some amazing talent, drummers not to be excluded.  Unfortunately, they're generally ignored when it comes to press and credit.  Some of them function as their entire percussion sections, most drive the rhythms, and a...