Wednesday, June 15 2011
Bakesale is a totemic touchstone of a record, one that is arguably as important to the development of indie rock as a form as Guided by Voices’ Bee Thousand and Pavement’s Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain.
Tuesday, July 20 2010
= Sentridoh III is an interesting and worthy addition to the catalog of Lou Barlow.
Sunday, February 28 2010
Dinosaur Jr. set up shop at LA's legendary Troubador Tuesday night for a free T-Mobile Secret Show thrown in conjunction with MOG Music Network. Sean Costello was there to capture all of J Mascis' shredding.
Saturday, January 23 2010
Words and Pictures by Dave MacIntyre
Monday, August 24 2009
Sunday, June 7 2009
Tuesday, April 17 2007
The task of entering the Lou Barlow catalog over 20 years since it began seems as daunting and perilous as an assault on K2.
Wednesday, April 11 2007
“Who cares if you have to go to work tomorrow,” taunts Eric Gaffney halfway through Sebadoh’s 30-song set. “We haven’t played together in 14 years.”
Tuesday, March 15 2005
For an hour and a half, everyone present got a glimpse of Lou Barlow being exactly the musician and the man he wanted to be. In some small way it felt great to be a part of that.
Sunday, January 23 2005
Post-Sebadoh, post-Folk Implosion, Lou Barlow's first official solo release comes with a wealth of sheen, but fails to meet the standards of his indie legacy.