Jeffrey Thiessen
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I started writing about music the day I heard Ween's GodWeenSatan album. Since then I've had nearly a hundred articles published and I don't intend to stop anytime soon. Thanks for reading. Feel free to email me about anything really, as long as you don't pee in the shower and own at least one Jesus and Mary Chain record.

Features // 3 Articles
Reviews // 3 Articles
Blogs // 9 Articles

Purify: An Interview with Placebo | 26 Nov 2013 // 10:00 PM

Placebo have been a cult band of reknown for years, but even after all this time, they are trying new things like taking guitars out of some songs completely, turning down offers to make more money, and loving their process more than ever.

To Move With Purpose: An Interview with the Naked and Famous | 2 Oct 2013 // 10:14 PM

They were on the cusp of a mainstream breakthrough, but the synth-drenched pop woes of the Naked and Famous make for a sound to behold, and they tell PopMatters all about the insanity that has lead them to their long-awaited sophomore LP ...


Frankie Rose: Herein Wild | 14 Nov 2013 // 9:06 PM

Herein Wild skies above us and we owe it to ourselves to try and give it a reach and let us take it wherever it wants to take us.

Tricky: False Idols | 28 May 2013 // 6:06 PM

False Idols carries the credibility of a survivor, and is looking back honestly at the damage left by his journey.


Thanks for the Gift: An Interview with Frankie Rose | 10 Nov 2014 // 5:00 AM

Sometimes you just want to reach out to someone who has created something that has given you such an everlasting gift. Frankie Rose has released two albums that created an entire universe for me, from nothing.

A Strange and Surreal World: The Dandy Warhols and 'Thirteen Tales from Urban Bohemia' | 20 May 2014 // 5:15 AM

After talking to the band, it’s impossible to see how Thirteen Tales from Urban Bohemia was created. But it’s probably best that way.

//Mixed media


Treasuring Memories of Paul McCartney on 'One on One' Tour

// Notes from the Road

"McCartney welcomed Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt out for a song at Madison Square Garden.

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