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Reelin’ ’n’ rockin’

Deer Tick runs the gamut
Deer Tick singer John McCauley’s lived-in anthems harken back to the old-school traditions of Nashville, a boozy world of dim lights, thick smoke, and loud, loud music.
By: ANDREA FELDMAN  |  February 06, 2008


Days like this

 A rock ’n’ roll story gets a new chapter
It’s hardly your typical rock ’n’ roll saga.
By: ANDREA FELDMAN  |  December 11, 2007


Persistence of memory

Elvis Perkins finds the balance between elegy and celebration
Though you don’t need to know anything about Elvis Perkins’s colorful and, at times, deeply tragic family history to appreciate his debut album, significant details can’t help but call out to you.
By: ANDREA FELDMAN  |  November 27, 2007


Sustainable sounds

Providence label Secret Eye thinks globally, acts locally
For every high-gloss record label driven primarily by commercial concerns, there are any number of smaller-scale labels putting beautiful sounds out into the ether.
By: ANDREA FELDMAN  |  July 10, 2007



AS220’s annual fest is a sensory overload — and then some
What began life as the comparatively modest Fool’s Ball has mutated into an unruly (but lovable) behemoth.
By: ANDREA FELDMAN  |  July 10, 2007


Songs of catharsis

Kristin Hersh runs the emotional gamut on Learn to Sing Like a Star
London’s Soho Arts Theatre is a tiny, buttoned-up venue in the heart of that city’s venerable theatre district.
By: ANDREA FELDMAN  |  December 02, 2008

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