Articles tagged the weakerthans, anti, epitaph

Set Your Goals: Burning at Both Ends

San Francisco pop-punks don't expand on or live up to the promise of their previous effort, but still craft a collection of infectious, energetic tunes.

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Jim Bryson and the Weakerthans: The Falcon Lake Incident

From the album cover depicting a starry night sky right down to the lyric sheet, there is an infatuation with the heavens that gives the record an underlying dreamy theme.

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The Weakerthans: Reunion Tour

Reunion Tour is mostly what you'd expect from the Weakerthans: solid, smartly-written songs about isolation and disconnection up in dreary, cold Canada.

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The Weakerthans: Reconstruction Site

In a move pretty much guaranteed to bewilder Serious Young Hipsters everywhere, John K. Samson—with his central Canadian band the Weakerthans—has embarked on a relatively gentle (and literate) pop heading seemingly very much at odds with the metronomic, angular (and angry) discord of his former punk band, Propagandhi.

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22 May 2002 // 12:00 AM

The WeakerthansPhoto credit: Kelly Miller There are bands that I like. There are bands that I really like. Then there are bands that just plain

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31 Dec 1994 // 10:03 PM

        The Weakerthans: Left and Leaving

My head hurts. I’ve spent the day freaking out about my idiot dog eating chocolate early this AM, worrying that those guys I saw

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Best of the Moving Pixels Podcast: Storytelling in War Games

// Moving Pixels

"Conflict is necessary for storytelling, and video games have often used one of the most overt representations of conflict possible to tell their tales, the battlefield.

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