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Wednesday, July 13 2011

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.


Sunday, November 14 2010

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.


Sunday, September 30 2007

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.


Tuesday, December 2 2003

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.


Wednesday, May 22 2002

The Weakerthans


Saturday, December 31 1994

    The Weakerthans: Left and Leaving


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