Local Reviews: Nolens Volens

Local Reviews: Nolens Volens
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Nolens Volens is Andrew Glassett.  Andrew Glassett is a damn fine musician who just released his eighth album, Nolens Volens.  Word on the WWW is that Nolens Volens was distilled directly from the Glassett family bloodline, each song representative of a member of Andrew’s family.  … read more

Local Reviews: AODL

Local Reviews: AODL
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Released on black 12” vinyl by the excellent Red Light Sound and featuring silk-screened cover art, Hard Cobble Abdomen is yet another excursion into the blackest parts of our souls by the harsh noise activist, AODL. … read more

Local Reviews: The Castanettes

Local Reviews: The Castanettes
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First off, the press sheet almost made me write this disc off before I even played it. I’m not supposed to quote the press sheet, but DOODS! Get all that self-righteous garbage about “Logan’s seedy music scene” and “the void of hedonism” out of there.  It’s totally cool that you’re Mormon, (really) but most of that just comes off as really condescending. … read more

Local Reviews: Christian Asplund

Local Reviews: Christian Asplund
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Recorded live, The Anatomy Series is a performance that took place on the Sonarchy Radio Hour back in 2000. Featuring Christian Asplund on piano, Greg Campbell on drums, and Mark France on guitar, the trio bang, plow, creep, and occasionally almost groove their way through nearly 55 minutes of metal-tinted prog-jazz.  … read more

Scott Selfridge

Scott Selfridge
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I had the opportunity of getting to know Scott Selfridge over a period of two years as he patiently recorded and re-recorded my band’s last album, so it was with great pleasure that I got to pick his brain one night in his bedroom studio for this piece. Instead of attempting to condense our one-hour conversation into a narrative, I’ll just let him speak for himself. … read more