Album review - Sebadoh, 'Defend Yourself'

Sunday, September 15, 2013 at 5:14 PM
Melissa Bobbitt

  Music Sebadoh Defend Yourself Joyful Noise It's been 14 years since lo-fi rock trio Sebadoh released a proper album, and it sounds as though no time has passed at all. The sound of Defend Yourself is as growly and deliciously fuzzy as 1999's The Sebadoh, perfectly capitalizing on a reemergence of '90s rock nostalgia. The time seemed ripe for a Sebadoh reunion, as front man Lou Barlow's other essential rock group, Dinosaur Jr., has been kicking ass... READ MORE

A Soundtrack for Feeling Infinite

Monday, August 27, 2012 at 2:32 PM
Melissa Bobbitt

  Music Rejoice, wallflowers everywhere! (No, no - sit down, Jakob Dylan. Not your "One Headlight" gang.) Your favorite novel about "Rocky Horror Picture Show" zines and the general, wonderful weirdness of being a teenager is now a motion picture. "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," the beloved coming-of-age book by Stephen Chbosky, is coming to life on the silver screen September 21st.  Purists, don't fret - unlike many a lit classic gone Hollywood, this interpretation lies squarely... READ MORE