Monthly Archives: September 2010

Record Geek Heaven's In My Head: The Clientele "Never Anyone But You"

This was the first song I ever got into by The Clientele, one of those bands that make really great records yet are ignored by most of the American music listening public because they sound “too British”. And it’s not … Continue reading

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Record Geek Heaven: The National "High Violet"

I realize this is coming a bit late, but I have reasons for waiting to discuss “High Violet” with anyone in any way. One big reason is sometimes, I have the tendency to spout things off without thinking and regret … Continue reading

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The Dead Girls and Erik Voeks Live at The Brick 9/4/2010

Here is a recently uploaded YouTube video of The Dead Girls backing up Erik Voeks, creator of the 1993 power pop classic Sand Box (I posted a link to the album on this blog–find it here.) The show took place … Continue reading

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Dead Girls to Back Up Power Pop Prince Erik Voeks at The Brick Tomorrow Night!

In 1993, Erik Voeks released an album called Sand Box. (Read my review of it here.) It’s one of those many great records that slipped through the cracks over the years, but has remained championed by a small and fortunate … Continue reading

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