"Congregation" by The Afghan Whigs was released in 1992 after Nirvana's legendary album "Nevermind". Some people look to these two albums as key players in keeping Sub Pop Records afloat. With this album, The Afghan Whigs took a page out of playbooks of The Replacements and Husker Du, with a touch of Mudhoney, and created … Continue reading (Throwback Review) “Congregation” by THE AFGHAN WHIGS
Out of Dayton, Ohio is a band that mixes garage rock, indie rock with some succinct songwriting and wordplay with an Americana feel called The 1984 Draft. Under the tutelage and guidance of Pat Himes(Ryan Adams), the band is set to release their latest record entitled "Makes Good Choices". The 1984 Draft have quite the … Continue reading (Album Review) “Makes Good Choices” by The 1984 Draft
Out of Seattle, Washington comes an upstart band that could be well upon their way into taking the next step in terms of creating some solid underground punk rock with a fuzz and garage feel to it, and that band is known as Four Lights. On April 20th, Four Lights will be releasing their album … Continue reading “Kobayashi Maru” by Four Lights, punk rock for the garage!