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  • Kissing Like You Mean It

      The Kissers are a five-piece group from Madison, Wis., who combine traditional Celtic sounds, punk spirit and an old-fashioned country vibe with rock and roll rhythms. They are famous in the Midwest for thei
  • Meet the Wiggles

      They're four talented men with distinct, silly personalities, cute wardrobes, screaming fans and world-wide success. The Beatles? Nah, it's the Wiggles, the Fab Four for the preschool set. If you don't have a tot of your own, or watch the
  • Necessary Tension

      Kevin Sampsell -- author, zine/small press guy at Powell's Books in Portland and creator of Future Tense Publishing --has Spokane roots. Sampsell lived in Spokane for a period in the late '80s and early '90s while attending broadcasting scho
  • CD Reviews

      One of the most pervasive — and most frustrating — double standards in American culture is that male singers are allowed to age with the full support of their audiences, whereas older female artists are often dismissed as matronly.
  • CD Review

      Whoa! This is Jonathan Richman's 22nd full-length release! And as with his earlier releases, this album once again provides beautifully crafted and lovely, earnest pop tunes that celebrate the small pleasures and joys of life and ache with
  • Book Review

      Pavement, the most influential and original indie-rock band to come out of the '90s underground, has finally been immortalized in an authorized group biography. Pavement released seven full-length recordings along with multiple EPs and sin
  • CD Review

      Mirah Yom Tov Zeitlyn sings with the voice of a little girl and with the conviction of a grown woman. Both her voice and her lyrics work to defy musical convention and expectation to create something surprising. C'mon Miracle (K Records),
  • CD Review

      Weird War is indeed very weird. On If You Can't Beat 'Em, Bite 'Em (Drag City), former Make-Up frontman Ian Svenonius shouts, moans, and cries his way through 41 minutes of surrealistic yet strangely touching subversive rock. Along with fe
  • CD Review

      It's OK to admit it: You probably know more about Courtney Love from her role as Kurt Cobain's widow and her problems with the law then you know about her music. You may have heard of Hole, the band with which she put out three sometimes c
  • CD Review

      Rufus Wainwright is a Romantic poet trapped in a time of crude irony and rough, underdeveloped aesthetics. Yet he is also a postmodern artist, a witty, extremely self-aware and angsty 21st-century composer and lyricist, writing songs to a
  • CD Review

      Team Boo (Polyvinyl), the Mates of State's third full-length release, is completely delightful. There is really no other word that better describes what the husband and wife team of Kori Gardner and Jason Hammel do with their melodic voice
  • The Zine Scene

      It's Spokane in 1994. A 15-year-old girl and her best friend find a copy of the now-defunct Factsheet Five at Boo Radley's and are enthralled by the lists of "zines" they'd only heard about from their older and wiser friends. They frantica
  • Finding A Zine

      If you're curious and have never read zines before, how do you go about finding these mysterious publications? Zines are catalogued -- some online, some only on paper -- in collections known as "zine distros." The most famous and most depend
  • CD Review

      As a musical medium, electronica can be anything -- from harsh to numbing, from spiritual to soothing. Or it can be evocatively nostalgic and go hand-in-hand with quiet indie rock, as the Postal Service's dreamy and reminiscent Give Up (Sub
  • CD Review

      Demonstrating once again how he has won the minds and hearts of English majors worldwide, ex-Pavement frontman Stephen Malkmus delivers eleven songs of melancholy mischief and euphonic meditations on independence, love, sexuality, breaking
  • CD Review

      Rainer Maria's newest album explores ideas of love, strength and loss, with Caithlin de Marrais's heartbreaking, voluptuous voice alongside brilliantly crafted lyrics that detail melancholy hope over robust, melodic music. Formed in 1995,
  • CD Review - Sleater Kinney

      Writing well-crafted political rock songs is a task few artists can do. For every eloquent and topical song, there are five ballads that glorify knee-jerk violence in the name of nationalism. On Sleater-Kinney's latest album, One Beat (Kil
  • CD Review - Vermont

      Vermont, an emo supergroup of sorts, is a side-project for Davey VonBohlen and Dan Didier, (both of The Promise Ring) and Chris Roseanau (of Pele). Calling Albany, the group's second full-length release, is a departure from the intensity a
  • CD review - Saves the Day

      Young emo and pop-punk bands often have a hard time gaining credibility in the indie music world. Their cute skater or thrift-store boy looks and alternately catchy and sad emotional pop music allow some critics to easily write them off as
  • CD review-Slumber Party

      Like the lusciously mysterious feeling of sleeping under the stars, Detroit four-piece girl band Slumber Party's second release, Psychedelicate, combines infectious Lou Reed-esque sensibilities with a gauzy take on charming girl pop-rock.
  • CD Review-Death Cab for Cutie

      Bellingham's Death Cab for Cutie, formed by lead singer Ben Gibbard in 1997, makes music so ravishing and beautifully fragile, it should only exist within a dream. The Photo Album, their third full-length release, combines their characteri

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