Working Through It: The Pogues’ If I Should Fall From Grace With God

spotify:album:4V92Puney9WxGPecKtLG4L On their first two efforts, Red Roses For You, and Rum, Sodomy, and The Lash, The Pogues established themselves as one of the most interesting, if novel, bands in post-punk London. The band, led by Shane MacGowan, traded fuzzbox guitars for mandolins and pipes to create a sound as powerful as any, more "mainstream",... Continue Reading →


Deep Listening: Working My Way Through My Collection

It's a dirty little secret amongst collectors. Many of us don't listen to the records that we buy. Oh, we listen to them. But we don't L-I-S-T-E-N to them. When we get a new album we throw it on the table, play it through, read the liner notes, snap a few pictures, share them, add it to our Discogs... Continue Reading →

Classic Album: Galaxie 500 “Today”

Timeless. Graceful. Powerful. These words have all been used to describe Galaxie 500's debut album Today. Made in a "shed" in Massachussets in 1988, Today followed up on the promise of Galaxie 500's first release, a 45 version of "Tugboat". The group formed in Boston, MA, in 1986 and comprised vocalist/guitarist Dean Wareham, bassist Naomi Yang... Continue Reading →

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