Review: Wolfsheim

Wolfsheim "Casting Shadows" (Metropolis) This is kind of a weird CD for me to review. With a name like Wolfsheim, I thought I would be in for some aggressive industrial music, but instead this CD is...

Review: Young Dubliners

Young Dubliners "Absolutely" (Om Town / Higher Octave Music) On their latest release, "Absolutely," the Young Dubliners have taken all the pieces that make their live shows so exciting and captured the...

Interview: Haste

(this interview originally appeared in issue #34 of Modern Fix Magazine in 2003). interview by bushman There are many bands doing the "little bit of this, little bit of that" genre hopping approach....

Interview: Pakelika – The Great One Speaks

(this interview originally appeared in issue #34 of Modern Fix Magazine in 2003). - interview by james wright It's almost 11pm on a Saturday night and I’m nervous as hell. My hands are dripping in...

Interview: Poison The Well

POISON THE WELL interview by james wright   Devastating is something many bands claim to be, but few actually are. Poison the Well's music is, in every sense of the word, devastating. Whether they...

Interview: The Forms

THE FORMS interview by tom maxwell The Forms are a three-piece addition to the plagued scene and their debut album “Icarus” was recorded with the help of music industry legends John Golden and Steve...

Review: The Majesticons

The Majesticons "Beauty Party" (Big Dada Records) Spearheaded by Mike Ladd, The Majesticons CD "Beauty Party" as a concept is both smart and satirical. The premise of the album is revealed in the overly...

Review: Production Club

Production Club "Follow Your Bliss”" (Lunch Records) It would really surprise me if at least a few of our readers have not heard of the often man behind the man Wally Gagel.  He has contributed in one...

Review: Toshack Highway vs. Sianspheric

Toshack Highway vs. Sianspheric "Magnetic Morning / Aspirin Age" (Sonic Unyon) One needs a press kit to understand what this essentially is.  We'll start with Toshack Highway.  Adam Franklin is the...

Review: Townhall

Townhall "The New Song" (Townhall Music) This quartet has a hip, smart way of blending rock, jazz and blues styles into upbeat, punchy songs. They make it sound fun and easy, but there is a lot of serious...