||Celebration of Hunger CD (2007) |
Andrew Low CD discography Projecting the whiskey-soaked desperation of the Pogues on to an American south canvas, the North Carolina-based Spider Bags play country-spiked garage rock that calls to mind images of pick-up trucks in front yards, crushed beer cans, and cigarette-strewn porches. ...
||Truisms CD (2003) |
Andrew Low discography Propelled by clanking, pulsating bass and a considerable amount of post-punk angst, the indie rock quartet Snakes & Music owe a little to one of the genre's seminal bands, Superchunk, though S&M's sound is often smoothed over somewhat by ...
||Goodbye Cruel World, Hello Crueler World CD (2009) |
Andrew Low albums Psychedelic music usually has less to do with drugs themselves than the way hallucinogens alter the perceptions and creative processes of the musicians taking them. Similarly, Dan McGee of Spider Bags is unique among rock & roll drunks in ...
||Boom The Motion The Music CD (2000) |
Andrew Low CD discography The sophomore effort from Pennsylvania's Jazz June is solid continuation of their noisy emo styling that's less poppy than their debut, but still a solid record. Meshing Get Up Kids-style choruses with syncopated rhythms and plenty of ringing high ...
||They Love Those Who Make The Music (2010) |
Andrew Low music CDs Track Listing of songs: Low End Automatic; Red Light District; When In Rome; Rich Kid Shakedown; Transinstrumentalism; La Villanelle; Oncoming; Possibilities Are Endless; Day 7; Falling Asleep On Lincoln Drive;
||Boom CD (2000) |
Andrew Low songs The sophomore effort from Pennsylvania's Jazz June is solid continuation of their noisy emo styling that's less poppy than their debut, but still a solid record. Meshing Get Up Kids-style choruses with syncopated rhythms and plenty of ringing high ...
||Better Off Without Air CD (2002) |
Andrew Low albums One might as well forget all one knows of the Jazz June up to this point, as it hardly seems to be the same band. While predominately indie rock in nature with singer/guitarist Andrew Low's vocals still recognizable, beyond that there's not much with which to compare to past works. ...