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News Archive - Wednesday, April 5, 2006



Nick Cave & Bad Seeds - Your Funeral, My Trial- Wednesday, April 5, 2006
Reduced to a quartet for the most part, with Adamson joining Cave, Bargeld, Harvey and Wydler on only a couple of tracks, the Seeds turn from the interpretive triumph of Kicking Against the Pricks to another strong high, the mostly-original Your Funeral...My Trial. The one cover is a sharp, read more...

The Verve - Urban Hymns- Wednesday, April 5, 2006
Not long after the release of A Northern Soul , the Verve imploded due to friction between vocalist Richard Ashcroft and guitarist Nick McCabe. It looked like the band had ended before reaching its full potential, which is part of the reason why their third album, Urban Hymns -- recorded after read more...

Duran Duran - Thank You- Wednesday, April 5, 2006
An album of Duran Duran covering their "influences" was never something even the most dedicated fan wanted to hear, yet the band had the audacity to record Thank You, a collection of the group's favorite songs. Featuring songwriters as diverse as Bob Dylan and Sly Stone, Thank You works best when read more...

Bruce Springsteen - Human Touch- Wednesday, April 5, 2006
Bruce Springsteen has always been steeped in mainstream pop/rock music, using it as a vocabulary for what he wanted to say about weightier matters. He has always written generic pop as well, but Human Touch was the first album to consist entirely of this kind of minor genre material, which he seems read more...



Maven- Wednesday, April 5, 2006
[Underground Archive] Maven formed in Los Angeles.It's sure posting about them that their sound is original to consider.It is worth to search info about them and really like to digging out their music.Frontman of maven is Bon Harris(Nitzer Ebb), former co-frontman of cult electronic act Nitzer read more...

"My favorite city to play in is" by Lenka of Decoder Ring- Wednesday, April 5, 2006
Wednesday: My favorite city to play in is Lenka of Decoder Ring Listen Now "Hi. This is Lenka from Decoder Ring. My favorite city to play in is New York, of course. Because, I'm here right now and it's just been quite mind-blowing. And it's great to just be here, for a reason, to do gigs. And read more...

Big Problems With Elbo's in Dayton, OH- Wednesday, April 5, 2006
Bob Miller, former booking agent for Elbo's in Dayton, OH, wrote about some big problems happening with the club in our message board. If your band has a show booked there, you might want to think read more...

Donewaiting Review: Built to Spill, "You In Reverse"- Wednesday, April 5, 2006
It’s not like I’ve got some foundation of journalistic integrity to preserve, but I guess for the sake of perspective, it’s probably fair for me to admit my general affection for all things Doug Martsch. I mean, let’s face it- I’d probably listen to a recording of him hitting golf read more...

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Donewaiting Does Noise Pop- Wednesday, April 5, 2006
Over on our San Francisco music blog, you can read Craig's account of the annual Noise Pop festival. READ IT OR read more...

From the WFMU Archives: Daniel Johnston and Yo La Tengo Collaborate on The Music Faucet, February 4, 1990- Wednesday, April 5, 2006
On February 4th 1990, Daniel Johnston, from his parents' home in West Virginia, and Yo La Tengo, in WFMU's East Orange studios, performed a 3 song set on Nick Hill's program, The Music Faucet. This set inspired listener Jeff Feuerzeig to create and direct his recently released documentary, The read more...