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Features

Tuesday, January 20 2009

Part 1: AmpLive to Damien Jurado

From AmpLive to Damien Jurado, PopMatters offers up the first batch of Slipped Discs, 40 great albums that didn't quite make our year-end list in 2008, but our writers thought belonged there.


Reviews

Wednesday, October 23 2013

The Dirtbombs: Ooey Gooey Chewie Kablooey

This is an album that wants to play in a basic pop-music vocabulary, and succeeds, but the rewards of that success are limited.


Sunday, January 30 2011

The Dirtbombs: Party Store

Tightly wound sort-of-a-cover-band the Dirtbombs destroy the floodgates for a career best – and four weeks in, make a case for 2011's top album.


Monday, November 10 2008

The Dirtbombs

Rather than try to dazzle us with a bunch of silly antics or between song banter, The Dirtbombs put on a garage rock clinic that has made them one of the best live acts of the past 10 years.


Sunday, March 9 2008

The Dirtbombs: We Have You Surrounded

The R&B obsessed garage-rockers deliver their signature punk-soul stylings while exploring new, more varied musical terrain.


Wednesday, January 25 2006

The Dirtbombs: If You Don’t Already Have a Look

Like the tiger doesn’t belong in that cage, the Dirtbombs don’t belong underground.


Blogs

Wednesday, January 5 2011

The Dirtbombs Tackle Classic Detroit Techno on New Album (videos)

Almost a decade after the Dirtbombs released their collection of reinterpretations of golden-era soul and funk songs called Ultraglide in Black, the Detroit-based garage rockers


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