Touch and Go
Pinback - Autumn of the Seraphs LP
Their fourth full-length and second on Touch And Go contains melodies that are more dynamic and aggressive. This record is tighter, the drumming more immediate and crisp. "Autumn of the Seraphs" is for both rabbits and people, for good days and for bad.
Brainiac - Hissing Prigs in Static Couture LP
Hissing Prigs In Static Couture is a record you'll want to keep forever. It's got all kinds of hip stuff that lame bands are afraid of; something that sounds like scratching on "Pussyfootin'", freaky effect on everything but the drums ('cause even in Revo
Blonde Redhead - Melody of Certain Damaged Lemons LP (180g)
Blonde Redhead finally emerges from the shadows of Sonic Youth's post-punk legacy by avoiding the expected detunings, distortions, and shrillness of the genre. The three-piece manages to create a record that is subtle, tuneful, and sublime.
TV on the Radio - Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes 2LP
Nine songs about discordant living, misrepresentation, how nothing nothing can be, life, afterlife, love and love "after hours". These are pop songs, these are rock songs, these are art songs. They are these things, but then there's so much more.
Jesus Lizard, The - Goat LP (color vinyl 180g)
The Jesus Lizard's second album followed in the vein of the first with little immediate variation: loud, excellently produced by Steve Albini, plenty of space in the recording to emphasize the sheer force of McNeilly's drums and Sims' bass.