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  • John Cale Releases New Album, Tours, Gets Reissued Caroline Bermudez reports: Long straddling the line between high-concept art and pop, the eternally cool John Cale has continued to release vibrant music well after the Velvet Underground imploded and Lou Reed started phoning it in. Having trailblazed his way through classical, punk, no wave, and electronica over a span of 40...
    Carl Zimring Oct 18, 2005
  • Jim O'Rourke Parts Ways With Sonic Youth, for Now Julianne Shepherd and Amy Phillips report: Jim O'Rourke has accomplished many things in his thirty-six years: produced, remixed and collaborated with countless indie- and avant- rock heavyweights, recorded a slew of solo pop and experimental albums, been a member of Gastr del Sol, Loose Fur and, until last week, Sonic Youth. But...
    Carl Zimring Oct 18, 2005
  • Culled from ICE. Carl Z. quiet posting the past few days as it's awfully difficult for me to write without gushing over the White Sox new releases October 25 The Blazers 17 Jewels (Little Dog/Fontana) Margaret Cho Assassin (Nettwerk) Moot Davis Moot Davis (Little Dog/Fontana) The Dead Science Frost Giant (Absolutely Kosher) Dirty Faces Super American (Secretly Canadian) The Drift...
    Carl Zimring Oct 18, 2005
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  • --On Monday, October 17, 2005 9:17 PM -0400 Mock the DJ wrote: > Waco Brothers/Secrets > [@ClubCafe 10/17 - CANCELLED] Was the band waylaid by the White Sox celebration at Midway early Monday morning? Carl "really, it's hard for me to not reference the Sox right now" Z.
    Carl Zimring Oct 18, 2005
  • A long way from `Lonely,' Sexton's back on stage By Chrissie Dickinson Special to the Tribune Published October 14, 2005 It's been 10 years since singer-songwriter-guitarist Charlie Sexton has released a new record of his own, but it's not as though the former Austin, Texas, wunderkind hasn't been busy with plenty of projects. He's toured as a guitarist with Bob Dylan. He's been...
    Carl Zimring Oct 18, 2005
  • Readers not interested in NZ music over the past 25 years should skip this post. Some of you may have seen this already, but my neighborhood store just got copies of this Flying Nun video compilation in stock so I snapped one up yesterday. It may be the best music video compilation I have ever seen. I love that Flying Nun decided to include videos from throughout the label's...
    Carl Zimring Oct 14, 2005
  • For Son Volt, it's not over until it's over October 14, 2005 BY THOMAS CONNER Staff Reporter Well, it certainly looked as if the band was finished. After three records in the band, Son Volt leader Jay Farrar started cranking out solo discs, and earlier this year Rhino Records released "Retrospective: 1995-2000," a greatest-hits summation of this gritty, acclaimed riverbottom-rock...
    Carl Zimring Oct 14, 2005
  • October 14, 2005 The Six-Year Itch After two solo jaunts and a few false starts, Janet Bean and Catherine Irwin have finally made a new Freakwater record. "We've been singing together since 1982," says Janet Bean of her musical partnership with Catherine Irwin in Freakwater. "And what we do now is no different than what we did then." "But that's the magic of Freakwater," Irwin...
    Carl A Zimring Oct 13, 2005
  • Waco Brothers One Sweet Koresh Writer: JUSTIN HOPPER For 10 years now, Chicago posse the Waco Brothers has served as something of a refuge of last resort for ex-pat rock stars disheartened with the music biz, cynical of their adopted American home’s politics, but still passionately in love with both rock ’n’ roll and the idea of America. So it is that, by forming a group the...
    Carl Zimring Oct 13, 2005
  • Film Puts a New Focus on the Master of 'Ethiojazz' By BEN SISARIO Published: October 13, 2005 In Jim Jarmusch's latest movie, "Broken Flowers," a graying former ladies' man played by Bill Murray has a strange companion with him as he searches for some old girlfriends, one of whom may have borne his son. He's gloomy but intrigued by the quest, and his mood is matched by the...
    Carl Zimring Oct 12, 2005