Articles tagged grandaddy

“If I Was a Studio Rat”: An Interview With Grandaddy’s Jason Lytle

With his band's first new album in a decade, Jason Lytle remarks that “my life and career would be so much different if I liked being indoors".

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“I’m just always trying to find balance”: An Interview with Jason Lytle

Jason Lytle talks to PopMatters about his years with Grandaddy, the importance of being organized, and the inspirations for new album Dept. of Disappearance.

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18 Apr 2010 // 12:35 PM

My Decade in Music

They are simply the albums that shaped my musical landscape, for which I know every lyric of every song backward and forward, that I would take with me to that mythical desert island we music lovers always talk about

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Jason Lytle: Yours Truly, the Commuter

Something broke him, something dashed all of his hopes, and the man in the second half of the album just isn't the same as the man in the first.

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19 Apr 2007 // 11:04 PM

All Smiles: Ten Readings of a Warning

All Smiles' album stimulates something less like "all smiles" and more like "partial heartbreak".

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Grandaddy: Just Like the Fambly Cat

What happened to the family cat? I guess that, after a frequently brilliant 14-year career, she realized she was running out of ideas and decided to slink away on her own terms. Cats are like that.

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26 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Grandaddy: Sumday

Grandaddy‘s excellent 2000 album The Sophtware Slump was a fascinating blend of neo-psychedelic, blissed-out indie rock and a lyrical theme of one’s attempt to

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'The Chamber' Keeps the Drama and Suspense Going

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"The Chamber is the filmic equivalent of a fairground ride, the stimulation of emotion over ideas.

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