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Tag Archives: Jangly
Game Theory’s run of hooky, heady and slightly off-kilter power . . .
On November 8, long-running Athens indie rockers Je Suis France . . .
The Stoplight Roses play an assortment of what could fall . . .
Of all the earnest jangle-rock bands to sprout up in . . .
The careers of the bands at the heart of the . . .
A generous batch of R.E.M. radio sessions and live concerts . . .
As Long As It Matters: Gin Blossoms Make the Most . . .
Beaches are sorta like an Australian Bangles, inspired by jangly . . .
The Good Graces, an Atlanta-based tune-making endeavor guided by singer, . . .
Sorry, but I’m not buying the hype about Los Angeles . . .
The Yeah Yeah Guy: Bill Pritchard Rediscovers His Passion, and . . .
Don’t All Thank Me At Once: The Lost Pop Genius . . .
Embracing the Awkward: The Fresh & Onlys’ Forever Romance San . . .
The Vulgar Boatmen’s story is so unique it’s surprising they . . .
I avoided this album for weeks thanks to the profoundly . . .
Scott Miller spent the ‘80s creating brilliant college rock with . . .
Remember Bill Pritchard? If so, you probably own too much . . .
Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs – aka “Sid ‘n’ Susie,” . . .
Intended to canonize the garage rock and kindred offshoots of . . .
Despite seven years of sporadically stepping into the indie limelight, . . .
Richard X. Heyman is old. His proper solo career started . . .
It happens every year – maybe every two or three . . .
Captured Tracks isn’t the first label to access the out-of-print . . .
The dB’s Change (Just Enough) with the Changing Times What . . .
A restaurant in Buckhead used to have graffiti complaining that the . . .
The first new Feelies album in twenty years is … . . .
Bands always hate it when reviewers compare them to other . . .