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Features

Tuesday, January 26 2010

Part 3: From Porcupine Tree to Wye Oak

Slipped Discs continues with Norwegian electro pop, lots of Scottish pop goodness, two rock institutions, a Soviet born chanteuse and many more. All records that missed our top 60 list last year.


Columns

Tuesday, August 7 2012

Fear and Hope in the Great Depression

Songs about the fates of small towns are nothing new. For as long as they've existed, and for as long as they've been changing, songwriters have found inspiration in the conflict of "then vs. now". Southeast Engine finds no shortage of tales to tell from the plight of Canaanville.


Reviews

Sunday, September 30 2012

Southeast Engine: Canaanville EP

Ohio foursome picks up where their excellent 2011 album, "Canary", left off -- history-soaked alt-country


Sunday, April 24 2011

Southeast Engine: Canary

Southeast Engine tackle the concept album, and do much more than survive.


Tuesday, February 17 2009

Southeast Engine: From the Forest to the Sea

Ohio band Southeast Engine releases what could be the first truly outstanding release of 2009.


Wednesday, November 14 2007

Southeast Engine: A Wheel Within a Wheel

Athens, Ohio's Southeast Engine links earthly love and heavenly visions into one mystical wheel. It's the most Bible-friendly psych pop since Jeff Magnum caterwauled "I love you Jesus Christ."


Blogs

Thursday, January 29 2009

Southeast Engine - "Black Gold"

I've been enjoying Southeast Engine's new record, From the Forest to the Sea (Misra Records), all week. The pastoral pop blended with classic indie rock,


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