StripwaxOct 22nd, 2010 by Jeff Moody
Jeff takes a break from the blog this week and leaves a comic in its stead. This time around: Nellie Mckay's genre-hopper "Home Sweet Mobile Home"
StripwaxOct 16th, 2010 by Jeff Moody
Bad Religion has never been my favorite band, but Greg Graffin's songwriting keeps me interested -- he's like the Noam Chomsky of punk rock.
StripwaxOct 9th, 2010 by Jeff Moody
The latest Swans elpee is an intensely dark and yet beautiful collection of songs, unfettered by sentiment or superficiality.
StripwaxOct 1st, 2010 by Jeff Moody
Punk legend Jon Langford’s latest elpee "Old Devils" is all about reflection and, to some extent, resignation. The seasonal timing couldn't be better.
Cultural ZeroSep 23rd, 2010 by DJ Hostettler
Because not enough people have gushed about how awesome it is that 2010's Album of the Year is by one of the best bands of the 90s.
StripwaxSep 22nd, 2010 by Jeff Moody
Getting old and slowly coming undone isn’t so bad when there’s guys like Nick Cave around to share the pain and lend a little perspective.
StripwaxSep 15th, 2010 by Jeff Moody
Superchunk's new elpee is pure, joyous rock and roll energy from start to finish. Rock and roll this good transcends time, era, scene and trend.
StripwaxSep 8th, 2010 by Jeff Moody
September marks the end of summer, and the release of TONS of new music. It makes the transition a bit more bearable.
StripwaxSep 1st, 2010 by Jeff Moody
"Sonic New York" leads the listener from place to place with music as big and diverse as New York City itself.
Aug 31st, 2010 by Anthony Schwader
I've been getting the "Where's day 9?" question lately, and I know you guys have been patiently waiting for a while, but here's a secret: I'm not fucking sorry.
StripwaxAug 25th, 2010 by Jeff Moody
!!!'s latest elpee "Strange Weather, Isn't It?" comes full force and flexes some pretty strong dance-rock muscle.
StripwaxAug 18th, 2010 by Jeff Moody
Sorry, Toadies : Jeff pens an apology for getting his albums mixed up and waxes on FM radio, the music industry and the anxiety that goes with putting your opinion in print.