Wednesday, February 13 2013
A strange set of circumstances lead to Camper Van Beethoven's long-awaited new album being made, and in this candid interview, Victor Krummenacher discusses the album's creation, the financial difficulty in touring, and how his fans may be better archivists than he is ...
Wednesday, June 11 2014
Camper Van Beethoven swiftly deliver a follow-up to La Costa Perdida. Even if they don't sound like their 1986 selves, they still manage to sound like no one else.
Thursday, February 13 2014
Robust and complete, both of these reissues are a welcome reminder that you didn't have to be punk to be a punk in 1980s California.
Monday, January 21 2013
La Costa Perdida often shines in its hazy moments, the moments that match the narcotic feel of the past with the carefree present.
Tuesday, February 2 2010
The two hour set was a strong and generously apportioned mix from both of the band's decades, even if the strength of old school crowd-stokers like "Eurotrash Girl" and "Low" meant exposing some of the weakness of Cracker's more recent material.
Thursday, November 20 2008
Popular is a point of debate, but the best picks from the legendary indie slacker outfit's catalogue still spreads strength and beauty across college radio stations to this day.
Friday, December 5 2014
Camper Van Beethoven co-founder Victor Krummenacher is readying his next solo album for release, a collection of "dark cosmic country". His latest offering from the album is "If I Could Only Close My Eyes".
Monday, January 9 2012
MINNEAPOLIS — He’s flattered to be remembered at all, but David Lowery did not need the new Diablo Cody-written movie “Young Adult” to remind him