Yep, got a bunch of new stuff up lately, including a nicely-sized (I think, anyway) pile of reviews. There's one of the new NOFX live disc, which is surprisingly good despite the title (these days I find myself blasting "You're Wrong" and "Franco-Unamerican" while driving around, at least as long as my daughter's not in the car), and the band themselves will be here in town on 2/26 at Warehouse Live with No Use For A Name, The Flatliners, and Houston's own resurrected pop-punk heroes the Latch Key Kids, plus an after-party with fellow H-towners The Hates. Gonna be good; check out the review here.
On top of that, naturally, we've got a good-sized pile of other reviews, including former King's X frontman dUg Pinnick (the capitalization's his, I swear, not mine), ASG, Emily Jane White, & ex-Casket Lottery/Small Brown Bike-ers Able Baker Fox, among others.
Oh, and I'd meant to post about 'em a long time before now, but we've now got some new Featured Band writeups up, for incredible local folks like Buxton & The Gold Sounds. Here's the whole pile:
New Featured Bands: The Riff Tiffs; The Gold Sounds; Buxton; & Latch Key Kids.
Reviews: NOFX; dUg Pinnick; ASG; Emily Jane White; Able Baker Fox; Plastic Idols; Patient Patient; & The Playing Favorites.
That's it for now. I'm gonna head to bed so I can wake up early & prepare my monkey suit for wearin' tonight. sigh.
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