Yeah, I'm pretty happy with this one -- I interviewed The Western Civilization, one of my current super-duper-duper favorite bands of the crew who dwell in and around this fair city, a short while back, and we've finally got it online. It's a hell of a lot harder than you'd think to transcribe a rambling, free-form conversation with seven other people, seriously...
Anyway, I think it worked nicely, and if you haven't heard the band yet, you really need to A). check out the songs up on MySpace, B). snag a copy of Letters of Resignation, and/or C). make plans to go see 'em play on May 11th @ Walter's with Explorers and The Church of Philadelphia. I'm gonna be there if I can, honest.
Speaking of shows, we've got some new reviews up, too, including one of the newest from The OhSees (Coachwhips/Pink & Brown side deal). It made my two-day headache a hell of a lot worse, but it was still pretty intriguing at points, and the band sounded like they'd be something else live. They're playing tonight, May 3rd @ Super Happy Fun Land (not sure who with, sorry), so go see for yourself. And hey, check out the other reviews while you're at it...
Interview: The Western Civilization. Reviews: 1997; The Brokedowns; H-town's own Program; Nicole Atkins; The Barbarellatones; Ted Leo and the Pharmacists; Low; & Thee OhSees.
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