Matt McCaughan Appears on
||Life Like CD (2008) |
Matt McCaughan music CDs Prolific North Carolina indie rockers the Rosebuds return with the typically enchanting LIFE LIKE, a return to the shimmering guitar pop of their earliest releases following the more electronic 2007 release, NIGHT OF THE FURIES. Particular highlights include the churning ...
||Nathan Oliver CD (2007) |
Matt McCaughan CD discography Where has NATHAN OLIVER been hiding all this time? Do classmates of 24-year-old UNC Dentistry student Nathan White know what a talent they have in their midst? Little do they know, their buddy that pokes at Chapel Hill's molars by ...
||Summer of the Shark CD (2003) |
Matt McCaughan discography Nearly 10 years into his alternative tenure as Portastatic, Superchunk frontman Mac McCaughan was still seeking respite in these sort-of-solo musings. And the results are wildly different from the rough-hewn genre scrapings of his early career. SHARK is as expertly ...
||Some Small History CDs (2008) |
Matt McCaughan albums Released in 2008 on Merge Records, this Portastatic compilation presents two discs of rarities by label founder Mac McCaughan in his non-Superchunk guise. Ranging from 1990 to 2007, the material on SOME SMALL HISTORY embodies the lo-fi side of the ...
||Autumn Was a Lark CD (2003) |
Matt McCaughan CD discography While Mac McCaughan's Portastatic was getting ready for its first tour as a band, the group played weekly shows for a month in Chapel Hill. To keep things interesting, they learned a bunch of cover songs. They had so much ...
||De Mel, de Melao CD (2000) |
Matt McCaughan music CDs Photographer: Mac McCaughan.
Personnel: Mac McCaughan (vocals, guitar, recorder, trumpet, keyboards, vibraphone, percussion); Brian Paulson, Caetano Veloso (recorder); Jeb Bishop (trombone); Matt McCaughan (drums).
Audio Mixer: Brian Paulson.
||Be Still Please CD (2006) |
Matt McCaughan songs Consistency is a troublesome thing, especially in the pop music game. You could deliver nothing but solidly great albums filled with bracing emotion, sparkling melodies, imaginative arrangements, and heartfelt performances and yet be written off as the same old thing ...
||Bright Ideas CD (2005) |
Matt McCaughan albums Portastatic's Bright Ideas might just be their best record yet. Seeing as how the track record of Mac McCaughan's group is scattered with nothing but low-key gem after gem, that is high praise. It is the first full album he ...
||Nature of Sap CD (1997) |
Matt McCaughan discography It wouldn't be entirely unfair to think of Portastatic as a kinder. gentler Superchunk. After all, they're both the love children of Mac McCaughan. And what's a guy supposed to do when he's got more melodies running through his head than one band can perform? On Portastaic's third full ...