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Sebadoh at Jack Rabbits: Show Review

Perhaps  was the perfect venue for the show. It’s smaller size and lo-fi feel (and no sign outside the venue) seemed like exactly the kind of place that could have played twenty years ago. The wave of late-eighties to early-nineties indie nostalgia has been breaking across all the major music blogs, and the shores of Jacksonville on Sunday. Sebadoh is the notable band of  bassist . Opening acts included and . The latter really energized the crowd with their hazy jams. Their last track, “As Long As I Forget” featured lots of distortion and experimental riffs. As mentioned in the …

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Lou Barlow interview with ‘the godfather’ of the DIY indie aesthetic

 is humble. Often times when interviewed, the interviewer mention Barlow’s status as indie rock royalty; a title which he often shrugs off. But Lou Barlow is an important figure, often named ‘the godfather’ of the DIY indie aesthetic. Between his work with , , ,  as well as his own solo records, Barlow has pioneered some of the most influential music and recording techniques. Stephen Malkmus of Pavement is also credited with bolstering the importance and popularity of lo-fi recordings. Malkmus and Barlow could probably be considered contemporaries. But while Malkmus’ style of lyric writing was always sarcastic, Barlow often …

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october, 2021

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