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The Zebras: Worry A Lot [Album Review]


Worry A Lot marks second release by The Zebras, following their self-titled debut from 2004. The album is crafted with the jangle pop that made the twee movements of C86 and Sarah Records so lovable. From the punchy guitar to the driving percussion, each song contains the power to knock you off your feet. The Zebras hail from Australia and it is extremely difficult to find a copy of anything by the group on this continent, making it clear a US-based label needs to release the album stateside. Read More »The Zebras: Worry A Lot [Album Review]

The Zebras: New Ways Of Risking Our Lives [Album Review]

The Zebras from Australia

“A Day On Black Mountain Road” isn’t nearly as upbeat as some of The Zebras earlier work. At least, it doesn’t seem like it at first. It’s the chord progressions — they’re slightly darker. This is not necessarily a criticism rather than an objective side comment. It’s a small stray from the past that pops up elsewhere on New Ways Of Risking Our Lives, like on “Make It Stop”, giving their latest EP a unique edge to their catalog of material. Read More »The Zebras: New Ways Of Risking Our Lives [Album Review]

Nedelle [Feature Band]


God, love is a crazy thing. It makes you do crazy things, have crazy feelings, and be… well… crazy. Distance only enhances the longing. Like right now — I really, really miss my girlfriend. It’s the knowledge that she’s there, laying in my bed in my condo without me, lonely just like me. Yet I cannot be there for her. It’s songs like “The Last Thing I Do” by Nedelle that exacerbate the whole situation. Read More »Nedelle [Feature Band]

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