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Lou Barlow's 'EMOH' Is Another Quiet Triumph in a Long History of Humble Genius

Re-released on vinyl to celebrate its 15th anniversary, Lou Barlow's EMOH offers a wide array of indie rock charms.

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Dinosaur Jr.: I Bet on Sky

Don't call it just a comeback, because Dinosaur Jr. proves yet again on I Bet on Sky that you can do what you do best even better.

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Sebadoh: Bakesale (Deluxe Edition)

Bakesale is a totemic touchstone of a record, one that is arguably as important to the development of indie rock as a form as Guided by Voices’ Bee Thousand and Pavement’s Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain.

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Low Barlow + the Missingmen: = Sentridoh III

= Sentridoh III is an interesting and worthy addition to the catalog of Lou Barlow.

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Dinosaur Jr.: 23.Feb.2010 - Los Angeles

Dinosaur Jr. set up shop at LA's legendary Troubador Tuesday night for a free T-Mobile Secret Show thrown in conjunction with MOG Music Network. Sean Costello was there to capture all of J Mascis' shredding.

Sean Costello
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Dinosaur Jr.: 21.Jan.2010 - Toronto

Words and Pictures by Dave MacIntyre

Dave MacIntyre
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Lou Barlow: Mirror the Eye

The task of entering the Lou Barlow catalog over 20 years since it began seems as daunting and perilous as an assault on K2.

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Sebadoh

“Who cares if you have to go to work tomorrow,” taunts Eric Gaffney halfway through Sebadoh’s 30-song set. “We haven’t played together in 14 years.”

Kevin Pearson
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Lou Barlow

For an hour and a half, everyone present got a glimpse of Lou Barlow being exactly the musician and the man he wanted to be. In some small way it felt great to be a part of that.

David Tatasciore
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Lou Barlow: Emoh

Post-Sebadoh, post-Folk Implosion, Lou Barlow's first official solo release comes with a wealth of sheen, but fails to meet the standards of his indie legacy.

Zeth Lundy
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