Trouser Press back on the Web
- Roughly 2.5 years after the collapse of their joint venture with
SonicNet, famed alternative music zine/guidebook Trouser Press
finally has a Web site again:
"What we've assembled here for a start is the old website's contents
(the first four Trouser Press Record Guides, those highly opinionated
review books of '70s and '80s alternative music) plus The Trouser
Press Guide to '90s Rock, which has never before been online."
Love 'em or hate 'em, most of the reviews & mini-essays here are at
least somewhat entertaining, and it is nice to have all this info
collected in one place and accessible again...
- --On Thursday, August 15, 2002 10:31 PM +0000 jwmoosefan2001
> Love 'em or hate 'em, most of the reviews & mini-essays here are atAbsolutely. Now if only David Goodman's Modern Twang was online. Those
> least somewhat entertaining, and it is nice to have all this info
> collected in one place and accessible again...
two resources were the most compehensive encyclopedias of indie bands from
the 90s and it's sure nice to have the Trouser Press online again. I look
forward to them updating their listings beyong 1996.