Tuesday, January 18 2011
Slipped Discs continues with the return of a legendary power pop band, previously unreleased Springsteen gems, the resurrection of '60s British folk rock sounds, loads of indie rockers and many more. All records that missed our top 70 list last year.
Sunday, April 22 2007
America's last remaining old-style punk rocker revisits his hardcore, pop, mod, soul, celtic and reggae roots in his fifth and latest full-length. "I knew going into it that I didn't want this record to be as concise as the last one," he says.
Thursday, March 11 2010
It's a shame that an artist that's had so much to say seems to be stuck for the moment.
Wednesday, April 18 2007
The punk rocker makes his most varied album, but he nearly spreads it too thin.
Tuesday, August 30 2005
A Dear John for dear Ted...
Monday, November 1 2004
Shake the Sheets is bleary eyed and caffeine-stoked, empathetic and unfiltered, as majestically melodic as Jon Brion and fiercely topical as Joe Strummer. It's a clean, bright thunderbolt of self-expression, overwhelmingly electric like flood lights, and probably one of the best sets of no-frills, intelligent rock you'll hear this year.
Monday, December 1 2003
Wednesday, October 24 2012
Some six albums, five EPs, and 13 years in, we rank the best songs of Ted Leo's solo career.
Tuesday, March 16 2010
Wow, talk about an unexpected cover... Ted Leo and band run through the Tears for Fears classic "Everybody Wants to Rule the World". Can't say
Monday, November 30 2009
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists dispel rumors that Sully Sullenberger is the Highlander with "Even Heroes Have to Die" from their upcoming album, The Brutalist
Wednesday, October 28 2009
This song is brand new, taped from the audience with surprisingly good fidelity at the NBC Experience Store.