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Punk Rock Prom V

1 May

Alright, so a couple weeks ago, we sat down with members of the fillmores and The Debut to talk about Punk Rock Prom V: Pretty Shitfaced in Pink, tonight at the Nomad World Pub. It was after rehearsals were done and Pancho Villa had 2-for-1 margaritas going and so as the people around our table […]

Cymbals Eat Guitars

1 May

Cymbals Eat Guitars frontman Joseph D’Agostino sometimes goes by Joe Ferocious, a name that pretty well describes D’Agostino’s incendiary, fuzzy guitar talent as well as Cymbal Eat Guitar’s touring schedules. Cymbals Eat Guitars have been tour beast over the last year, ever since their strong debut Why They Are Mountains and an opening spot at […]

Growing

17 Apr

In the nine years since Joe Denardo and Kevin Doria decamped from Olympia, Washington to Brooklyn, the band known as Growing hasn’t really stopped doing just that. What started as blasting guitar-minimalist noise with the 2003 release The Sky’s Run into the Sea on Kranky morphed into more giant drone with 2006’s Color Wheel and […]

South by Spinner Part II

15 Mar

Less than 24 hours before we get on a plane and get ourselves down to Austin; believe me, we’ve been counting down the hours. But, ’til then, here are the rest of the Spinner.com interviews. You can tell they were getting to the end of assignments with the run of WXY here (I almost got […]

South By Spinner

12 Mar

As I posted up before here and here, I have been doing a number of interviews for South By Southwest sponsor Spinner.com (they are the people bringing you the Smokey Robinson Soul Revue) which have been taking up a lot of planning time over the last weeks. The bands have run the gamut, they are […]

The Low Anthem

4 Mar

Last year, The Avett Brothers gave CakeIn15 one of their favorite shows of the summer- at the MN Zoo Amphitheater, outdoors, packed in close with a slight drizzle breaking into golden dusk and the perfect cool night, transcendentally American and energetic. Thoreau would be proud. You get the feeling, too, that Thoreau would take a […]

Picking Up Crumbs: Rosie Flores

2 Mar

From the SXSW Spinner Files, here is an interview with hard-rocking Texan rockabilly broad Rosie Flores. About to turn 60 this year, Flores started making music as a teenager and came up in the 80s with the likes of Dwight Yoakam, Lyle Lovett and Lucinda Williams. When I caught up with Flores early one morning, […]

West Bank Tonight!

23 Feb

Some nights just line up really nicely to stay pretty much in a two-block radius and tonight has that on the West Bank. El Perro Del Mar at the Cedar Cultural Center is a great place to be, chased down with Alec Ounsworth at the 400 Bar to slake your musical thirst. But before any […]

Picking Up Crumbs: Alec Ounsworth

23 Feb

Alec Ounsworth, high pitched wailer of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah whose blog-anointed, self-titled 2005 release launched a thousand Brooklyn bands, has struck out for himself. 2009 had him put out two far different-sounding records; the addled, Velvet Underground-dark Skin And Bones put out under the name “Flashy Python” and the rich, deeply funky and […]

Picking Up Crumbs: Julian Berntzen

19 Feb

Memo from 1996, AOL still exists. It’s true, and whatever else the once-mighty internet monolith may be doing (trying to figure out how to get me to pay for internet hours again?) one of the cool things they do is run a music website called Spinner. It’s a pretty sweet way to stay abreast of […]