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Live Review & Photos: Catfish and The Bottlemen at the Merrow, February 8, 2015


Catfish and the Bottlemen by Sylvia Borgo

Welsh quartet Catfish and The Bottlemen whipped fans into a frenzy



Poetic Memory: The Very (List)


The Very

The San Diego band has an anti-power chord policy



Owl and Bear’s Best Albums of 2011


Spoiler alert: Radiohead’s not on here



For Better or Worse, The Strokes to Keep Making Albums


The once saviors of rock will keep making records, whether you like it or not.



Owl and Bear’s Most Anticipated Albums of 2011


Will 2011 mark the return of the rock star?



Poetic Memory: The Smart Brothers (List)


The local favorites share their 5 favorite wake-up songs.



Crank Up the Hot Hot Heat


The Canadian band is bringing its jaunty, radio-friendly rock to the Belly Up.



Poetic Memory: Oh Mercy (List)


Is Australia the new Canada?



Albert Hammond Jr. – ¿Cómo Te Llama? (Review)


When the extended vacation taken by his regular band left him feeling restless, Strokes rhythm guitarist Albert Hammond decided to go solo. His debut, last year’s Yours To Keep, was a refreshing and superb collection of breezy, idyllic pop, free of all the self-consciousness that had plagued the Strokes’ last two albums. Hammond has never […]