We've posted a couple of new reviews; first, Renaldo Matadeen dishes on the new EP from Reservoir, I Heard You As I Walked Away:
Read Renaldo's review of Reservoir's I Heard You As I Walked Away right here.
Balancing their spates of harmony and rhythm with a raw, unpolished emo vibe is where Reservoir excel. I heard a lot of comparisons to Small Brown Bike and Sunny Day Real Estate pop up but to me, it's reminiscent of Thursday's Waiting and even the recent stuff from We Were Promised Jetpacks.
Then, with the Replacements recently kicking off their reunion, John Gentile takes a look at the documentary Color Me Obsessed: A Film About the Replacements:
Read John's review of Color Me Obsessed right here.
Color Me Obsessed traces the history of the Replacements through the eyes of rock critics and people who are nothing more than mega fans. Starting out as their origins as "Dogbreath," the documentary follows the band through their major label jump to their destruction, as told through the perspective of witnesses.
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