Posts tagged "sebadoh"

Sebadoh Uncertainly Embrace Dad-Rock With ‘State of Mine’ Video

"To let the children grow / To feel it themselves / To hurt and grow / It's the hardest thing I've done and I haven't…
By: Marc Hogan / January 29, 2014

SPIN Ranks 2013’s Best and Worst Comeback Albums

SPIN already dubbed "dance/pop" — not dance-pop — the Trend of the Year, but now it's time we look at another major theme…
By: Kyle McGovern / December 20, 2013

Sebadoh Get Confrontational on Thrashing ‘No Wound’

In September, Sebadoh returned with Defend Yourself, a decent album and the band's first in 14 years. As frontman Lou Barlow tells it,…
By: Kyle McGovern / November 1, 2013

Lou Barlow ‘Defends’ Himself

In 1987, Lou Barlow recorded a song named "Poledo," a spectral, six-minute tangle of ukelele and noise-abetted moans that had very little i…
By: David Bevan / September 18, 2013

Watch Sebadoh’s Understated But Gut-Punching ‘I Will’ Video

The first song from Sebadoh's first album since 1999 is a rarity in the nostalgia circuit: It brings out something new from founding member Lou…
By: Marc Hogan / September 17, 2013

Sebadoh Reunite for More Candid, Wincing Mind Games on ‘Defend Your Self’

Fuck yeah, we still need indie-rock bands! As a nation of independent contractors, invoicing each work-for-hire project as if it were our last, we naturally…
By: Keith Harris / September 16, 2013

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: Elvis Costello and the Roots, Sebadoh, MGMT, and More

Welcome the long-awaited weekend by streaming new albums from Elvis Costello and the Roots, Sebadoh, the Dirtbombs, and (if you dare)…
By: Kyle McGovern / September 13, 2013

SPIN’s 50 Fall Albums That You Gotta Hear

School is back in session. The crops are being gathered. The pigskin ritual is afoot. And once again, we await the return of the Great…
By: SPIN Staff / September 3, 2013

Hear Sebadoh’s Bouncy ‘Defend Yourself’ Bummer ‘State of Mine’

In a chat with SPIN, Lou Barlow described Defend Yourself, Sebadoh's first full-length album in 14 years, as "another batch of breakup songs." Barlow…
By: Dan Reilly / August 27, 2013

Lou Barlow and Ryan Adams Enter Adorable Bromance

Lou Barlow and Ryan Adams kind of fell in love with each other yesterday (August 21) after Barlow shared video of himself covering Adams' 2007…
By: Kyle McGovern / August 22, 2013

Sebadoh Debuting ‘Defend Yourself’ at Their 11 Favorite Record Stores

Sebadoh will bring Defend Yourself to record stores across the country this weekend. On Saturday, August 17, 11 different music retailers will host a…
By: Kyle McGovern / August 13, 2013

Stream Dumb Numbers’ Swooning Feedback-Pop Self-Titled Debut Album

Australian songwriter Adam Harding writes songs with the bubblegaze hooks of 4AD dream-pop and the cuddlebug sludge of Bleach-era Nirvana, both on display on his self-titled…
By: Christopher R. Weingarten / August 5, 2013

Sebadoh Get Handsy in Goofy ‘All Kinds’ Video

Just because Sebadoh are putting out their first album in 14 years doesn't mean they're going all misty-eyed and mature on us. Okay, fine:…
By: Marc Hogan / July 30, 2013

Sebadoh Bubble and Scrape Again on ‘I Will,’ From First LP in 14 Years

Sebadoh began as a no-fi songwriting outlet for Lou Barlow outside his work behind J. Mascis in Dinosaur Jr., and that endearingly rough approach stayed…
By: Marc Hogan / July 24, 2013

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: Black Sabbath, Sebadoh, Gold Panda, and Jimmy Eat World

It's Thursday — you know the drill: We've collected 10 fresh new albums, all waiting to be streamed below. Enjoy. 1) Black Sabbath, 13.
By: Kyle McGovern / June 6, 2013

Lou Barlow Explains Sebadoh’s Heart-wrenching ‘Secret’ EP, Streaming Now

Though Lou Barlow's prolificacy will likely always be eclipsed by the Robert Pollards and Ty Segalls of the world, to say nothing of his legendary…
By: Colin Joyce / June 5, 2013

Sebadoh Suddenly Release First New Songs Since 1999

Before fans had a chance to tweet the words "Sebadoh are going to put out their first new music in over a decade" the lo-fi…
By: Devon Maloney / July 23, 2012

Weezer Plan All-Star Cruise Fest

Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo has revealed the group's coolest concert yet: a five-day sea-faring music festival dubbed The Weezer Cruise, set to take place early…
By: Nate Brennan / July 12, 2011

Sebadoh, ‘Bakesale’ (Sub Pop)

2A hypersensitive Joni Mitchell fan caught up in '80s hardcore, Lou Barlow endured years of psychodrama as Dinosaur Jr.'s bassist before starting Sebadoh with Eric…
By: Andrew Hultkrans / June 14, 2011

ALBUM STREAM: Sebadoh’s Indie Classic ‘Bakesale’

Released in 1994, Sebadoh's seventh album Bakesale was a triumph for alternative rock. The record found co-songwriter Lou Barlow delivering soul-baring tunes about a…
By: Kevin O'Donnell / June 8, 2011
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