Dec 3rd, 2011 by Jeff Moody
St. Even gracefully guides listeners through traces of folk, New Orleans jazz, Western piano-saloon music and ragtime on this American back porch elpee.
Nov 26th, 2011 by Jeff Moody
Lineup changes threaten a shake-up for The Future of the Left's new elpee "Polymers Are Forever," but frontman Andy Falkous still delivers.
Nov 19th, 2011 by Jeff Moody
Shades of Sparklehorse and The Pixies find their way into Atlas Sound's "Parallax."
Nov 12th, 2011 by Jeff Moody
This week, Jeff Moody hopes for the rock motherload of loogies but instead only finds drool.
Nov 5th, 2011 by Jeff Moody
For the Dead Milkmen, every album has (at least) one great song. New album, "The King In Yellow," has "Can't Relax," but the rest, by now, is kinda predictable.
Oct 29th, 2011 by Jeff Moody
In celebration of the new Tom Waits album, "Bad as Me," Jeff recollects a storied history of Tom Waits fandom.
Oct 22nd, 2011 by Jeff Moody
Behind Austin Pitts' shredding guitar and howling vocals, Hurry Up Shotgun harkens back to the best of '70s rock while sounding fresh at the same time.
Oct 1st, 2011 by Jeff Moody
Jeff gets some help from Hole's Courtney Love to review Wilco's "The Whole Love."
Sep 24th, 2011 by Jeff Moody
The Dum Dum Girls' "Only In Dreams" surfs over an ocean of melancholy as lead singer Dee Dee Penny deals with loss.
Sep 17th, 2011 by Jeff Moody
Annie Clark of St. Vincent arrives from a distant planet in the future and delivers a subdued, beautiful, often creepy sonic experience on her album "Strange Mercy."
Sep 10th, 2011 by Jeff Moody
Jeff pens a special birthday letter to his teenage daughter, and turns her onto the fearless femme rock of Wild Flag.
Aug 27th, 2011 by Jeff Moody
Stephen Malkmus' fifth LP with The Jicks isn't quite on par with earlier albums, but it provides a danceable soundtrack to these waning days of summer.