"Far from worthless yet exciting very rarely, Seam are the type of band I’d never want to be in myself but am happy to listen to done by someone else."
One year ago today, fuckinrecordreviews visited 20 years ago in…

CRANK Issue 3  Spring 1993 (no page #)
SEAM reviews by Marc Masters, Editor
Marc Masters was interviewed in 2008 by the Washington City Paper about his indispensable book about no wave called NO WAVE  (Black Dog Publishing - 2008).
Amazon customer Glenn S. Hawley wrote this about NO WAVE  on 6/19/08: “The Best & most Vivid book about the Fabled No Wave scene of NYC in the Late seventies so far. There are a Few other decent books, but this one is the Best. Great Stories, Pictures, Opinions & Of Course Music!”
Seam were not considered no wave by any stretch of the imagination. 
However, Seam were highly regarded by many music heads all the same, not the least of which was Chunklet’s Henry O., who waxed fondly in 2006 about Seam’s six 1993 Georgia performances. Sez Henry, “Christ, did anybody know how fortunate we were? Half of those shows were before Seam were to release their T&G masterpiece The Problem With Me leaving many to marvel that they were already beating the pavement on a record that wasn’t even released. Such road dogs.”
Henry does real cool graphic stuff and needs ATL based people to help him assemble “500 2x12” LP sets next week. He guarantees hearty high fives so if you’re interested, hit up henry@chunklet.com.
A new copy of the Kernel cd ep is being sold at Amazon for $27.57. A used copy is selling for $0.01. No cassettes are available.
Seam at Touch & Go.
"Far from worthless yet exciting very rarely, Seam are the type of band I’d never want to be in myself but am happy to listen to done by someone else."
One year ago today, fuckinrecordreviews visited 20 years ago in…

CRANK Issue 3  Spring 1993 (no page #)
SEAM reviews by Marc Masters, Editor
Marc Masters was interviewed in 2008 by the Washington City Paper about his indispensable book about no wave called NO WAVE  (Black Dog Publishing - 2008).
Amazon customer Glenn S. Hawley wrote this about NO WAVE  on 6/19/08: “The Best & most Vivid book about the Fabled No Wave scene of NYC in the Late seventies so far. There are a Few other decent books, but this one is the Best. Great Stories, Pictures, Opinions & Of Course Music!”
Seam were not considered no wave by any stretch of the imagination. 
However, Seam were highly regarded by many music heads all the same, not the least of which was Chunklet’s Henry O., who waxed fondly in 2006 about Seam’s six 1993 Georgia performances. Sez Henry, “Christ, did anybody know how fortunate we were? Half of those shows were before Seam were to release their T&G masterpiece The Problem With Me leaving many to marvel that they were already beating the pavement on a record that wasn’t even released. Such road dogs.”
Henry does real cool graphic stuff and needs ATL based people to help him assemble “500 2x12” LP sets next week. He guarantees hearty high fives so if you’re interested, hit up henry@chunklet.com.
A new copy of the Kernel cd ep is being sold at Amazon for $27.57. A used copy is selling for $0.01. No cassettes are available.
Seam at Touch & Go.
"Far from worthless yet exciting very rarely, Seam are the type of band I’d never want to be in myself but am happy to listen to done by someone else."
One year ago today, fuckinrecordreviews visited 20 years ago in…

CRANK Issue 3  Spring 1993 (no page #)
SEAM reviews by Marc Masters, Editor
Marc Masters was interviewed in 2008 by the Washington City Paper about his indispensable book about no wave called NO WAVE  (Black Dog Publishing - 2008).
Amazon customer Glenn S. Hawley wrote this about NO WAVE  on 6/19/08: “The Best & most Vivid book about the Fabled No Wave scene of NYC in the Late seventies so far. There are a Few other decent books, but this one is the Best. Great Stories, Pictures, Opinions & Of Course Music!”
Seam were not considered no wave by any stretch of the imagination. 
However, Seam were highly regarded by many music heads all the same, not the least of which was Chunklet’s Henry O., who waxed fondly in 2006 about Seam’s six 1993 Georgia performances. Sez Henry, “Christ, did anybody know how fortunate we were? Half of those shows were before Seam were to release their T&G masterpiece The Problem With Me leaving many to marvel that they were already beating the pavement on a record that wasn’t even released. Such road dogs.”
Henry does real cool graphic stuff and needs ATL based people to help him assemble “500 2x12” LP sets next week. He guarantees hearty high fives so if you’re interested, hit up henry@chunklet.com.
A new copy of the Kernel cd ep is being sold at Amazon for $27.57. A used copy is selling for $0.01. No cassettes are available.
Seam at Touch & Go.

"Far from worthless yet exciting very rarely, Seam are the type of band I’d never want to be in myself but am happy to listen to done by someone else."

One year ago today, fuckinrecordreviews visited 20 years ago in…

CRANK Issue 3  Spring 1993 (no page #)

SEAM reviews by Marc Masters, Editor

  • Amazon customer Glenn S. Hawley wrote this about NO WAVE  on 6/19/08: “The Best & most Vivid book about the Fabled No Wave scene of NYC in the Late seventies so far. There are a Few other decent books, but this one is the Best. Great Stories, Pictures, Opinions & Of Course Music!”
  • Seam were not considered no wave by any stretch of the imagination. 
  • However, Seam were highly regarded by many music heads all the same, not the least of which was Chunklet’s Henry O., who waxed fondly in 2006 about Seam’s six 1993 Georgia performances. Sez Henry, “Christ, did anybody know how fortunate we were? Half of those shows were before Seam were to release their T&G masterpiece The Problem With Me leaving many to marvel that they were already beating the pavement on a record that wasn’t even released. Such road dogs.”
"…an idiot might ‘compare’ this to the Melvins…"
CRANK #3 Spring 1993 (back cover) 
ZENI GEVA review by Marc Masters, Editor "…an idiot might ‘compare’ this to the Melvins…"
CRANK #3 Spring 1993 (back cover) 
ZENI GEVA review by Marc Masters, Editor

"…an idiot might ‘compare’ this to the Melvins…"

CRANK #3 Spring 1993 (back cover) 

ZENI GEVA review by Marc Masters, Editor

"Of course innards are all that need to be shifted and by the end of this mine were in my feet."
This was posted one year ago today at fuckinrecordreviews…

CRANK #4 1993 (no page #)
TRASH review by MARC MASTERS (Editor)
If you’ve been following along, you know that Marc Masters has been the patron saint of fuckinrecordreviews, even though he is not guilty. We’ve thanked him at least once, but figured we’d also better post more of his classic reviews so he doesn’t too get distracted by the 2013 U.S. Open Tennis Championships.  Marc writes almost exclusively about tennis these days.
If you missed The First Lady of The United States Of America - Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama - speak yesterday 8/24/13 at the Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day during the U.S. Open events, you can read about it here or watch it on CBS today.  She was introduced by “world No. 1 Serena Williams.”
Mrs. Obama’s site at The White House is here. It says, “A product of Chicago public schools, Mrs. Obama studied sociology and African-American studies at Princeton University. After graduating from Harvard Law School in 1988, she joined the Chicago law firm Sidley & Austin, where she later met the man who would become the love of her life.”
We wonder, while at Princeton, did Mrs. Obama listen to WPRB?  The radio station was a big booster of New Zealand bands early on.
Speaking of New Zealand (a little later on), TRASH was BRUCE BLUCHER’S post-ALPACA BROTHERS band with fellow ALPACA BROTHER PAUL CAHILL, ROBBIE YEATS and ANDRE RICHARDSON (Cyclops, Doromaar).
The proprietors of Epic Sweep Records posted a comprehensive assessment of Trash’s catalogue on 11/7/10. They said,”Trash were the best band Robbie Yeats ever played in, but they don’t seem to have gotten the recognition they deserve, or worse still seem to have been forgotten.”
Epic Sweep is a contemporary New Zealand label that issues dizzying pop sides in painfully miniscule editions, despite their big puku. One of their catalogue’s highlights is a 2012 LP by MAXINE FUNK and luckily for all of us, it’s available at bandcamp for five United States dollars!  Trust us, you’ll swoon.
Another band ROBBIE YEATS has played in, as noted in Marc’s review, is the DEAD C. They were recently profiled by David Keenan in The Wire. There’s a ton of great DEAD C. records available at Ba Da Bing.
It must be noted that the ALPACA BROS are one of the highlights of early Flying Nun. Unexpectedly, videos of them playing live May 1985 turned up on the YouTube recently. We’ve attached one of fuckinrecordreviews’  faves below - “The Lie”. It’s hot!
Turbulence Records was located in Belgium. They’re best known for the lovely 1991 triple 12” compilation Killing Capitalism With Kindness, which features second wave New Zealand folk noir lonely hearts. Turbulence appears to have folded in 1995.

"Of course innards are all that need to be shifted and by the end of this mine were in my feet."
This was posted one year ago today at fuckinrecordreviews…

CRANK #4 1993 (no page #)
TRASH review by MARC MASTERS (Editor)
If you’ve been following along, you know that Marc Masters has been the patron saint of fuckinrecordreviews, even though he is not guilty. We’ve thanked him at least once, but figured we’d also better post more of his classic reviews so he doesn’t too get distracted by the 2013 U.S. Open Tennis Championships.  Marc writes almost exclusively about tennis these days.
If you missed The First Lady of The United States Of America - Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama - speak yesterday 8/24/13 at the Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day during the U.S. Open events, you can read about it here or watch it on CBS today.  She was introduced by “world No. 1 Serena Williams.”
Mrs. Obama’s site at The White House is here. It says, “A product of Chicago public schools, Mrs. Obama studied sociology and African-American studies at Princeton University. After graduating from Harvard Law School in 1988, she joined the Chicago law firm Sidley & Austin, where she later met the man who would become the love of her life.”
We wonder, while at Princeton, did Mrs. Obama listen to WPRB?  The radio station was a big booster of New Zealand bands early on.
Speaking of New Zealand (a little later on), TRASH was BRUCE BLUCHER’S post-ALPACA BROTHERS band with fellow ALPACA BROTHER PAUL CAHILL, ROBBIE YEATS and ANDRE RICHARDSON (Cyclops, Doromaar).
The proprietors of Epic Sweep Records posted a comprehensive assessment of Trash’s catalogue on 11/7/10. They said,”Trash were the best band Robbie Yeats ever played in, but they don’t seem to have gotten the recognition they deserve, or worse still seem to have been forgotten.”
Epic Sweep is a contemporary New Zealand label that issues dizzying pop sides in painfully miniscule editions, despite their big puku. One of their catalogue’s highlights is a 2012 LP by MAXINE FUNK and luckily for all of us, it’s available at bandcamp for five United States dollars!  Trust us, you’ll swoon.
Another band ROBBIE YEATS has played in, as noted in Marc’s review, is the DEAD C. They were recently profiled by David Keenan in The Wire. There’s a ton of great DEAD C. records available at Ba Da Bing.
It must be noted that the ALPACA BROS are one of the highlights of early Flying Nun. Unexpectedly, videos of them playing live May 1985 turned up on the YouTube recently. We’ve attached one of fuckinrecordreviews’  faves below - “The Lie”. It’s hot!
Turbulence Records was located in Belgium. They’re best known for the lovely 1991 triple 12” compilation Killing Capitalism With Kindness, which features second wave New Zealand folk noir lonely hearts. Turbulence appears to have folded in 1995.

"Of course innards are all that need to be shifted and by the end of this mine were in my feet."

This was posted one year ago today at fuckinrecordreviews

CRANK #4 1993 (no page #)

TRASH review by MARC MASTERS (Editor)

  • If you missed The First Lady of The United States Of America - Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama - speak yesterday 8/24/13 at the Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day during the U.S. Open events, you can read about it here or watch it on CBS today.  She was introduced by “world No. 1 Serena Williams.
  • Mrs. Obama’s site at The White House is here. It says, “A product of Chicago public schools, Mrs. Obama studied sociology and African-American studies at Princeton University. After graduating from Harvard Law School in 1988, she joined the Chicago law firm Sidley & Austin, where she later met the man who would become the love of her life.”
  • We wonder, while at Princeton, did Mrs. Obama listen to WPRB?  The radio station was a big booster of New Zealand bands early on.
  • Speaking of New Zealand (a little later on), TRASH was BRUCE BLUCHER’S post-ALPACA BROTHERS band with fellow ALPACA BROTHER PAUL CAHILL, ROBBIE YEATS and ANDRE RICHARDSON (Cyclops, Doromaar).
  • The proprietors of Epic Sweep Records posted a comprehensive assessment of Trash’s catalogue on 11/7/10. They said,”Trash were the best band Robbie Yeats ever played in, but they don’t seem to have gotten the recognition they deserve, or worse still seem to have been forgotten.”
  • It must be noted that the ALPACA BROS are one of the highlights of early Flying Nun. Unexpectedly, videos of them playing live May 1985 turned up on the YouTube recently. We’ve attached one of fuckinrecordreviews’ faves below - “The Lie”. It’s hot!
  • Turbulence Records was located in Belgium. They’re best known for the lovely 1991 triple 12” compilation Killing Capitalism With Kindness, which features second wave New Zealand folk noir lonely hearts. Turbulence appears to have folded in 1995.

Happy birthday today to the Soul-Junker they call Singing Serpent Glenn!  
It came from the archive of fuckinrecordreviews…

9/14/14: Now with proper stylization (i.e., no apostrophe). We apologize for any inconvenience.
CRANK #4 1994 (no page #)
TRUMANS WATER review by MARC MASTERS, Editor
Trumans Water were originally from San Diego, CA. Their Wikipedia page is a mess!
Their blat of activity in the first half of the 90’s was impressive. They seemed to slow down a bit at the turn of the century, but picked up steam again in the past few years.
Trumans Water’s most recent album is 2010’s O Zeta Zunis on Asthmatic Kitty.
Singer Glen Galloway penned some reviews for Superdope, which we’ll post in due time. Glenn’s project SOUL-JUNK continues apace.
Marc Masters is a writer who has been supportive of Fuckin’ Record Reviews, for which we are thankful.

Happy birthday today to the Soul-Junker they call Singing Serpent Glenn!  
It came from the archive of fuckinrecordreviews…

9/14/14: Now with proper stylization (i.e., no apostrophe). We apologize for any inconvenience.
CRANK #4 1994 (no page #)
TRUMANS WATER review by MARC MASTERS, Editor
Trumans Water were originally from San Diego, CA. Their Wikipedia page is a mess!
Their blat of activity in the first half of the 90’s was impressive. They seemed to slow down a bit at the turn of the century, but picked up steam again in the past few years.
Trumans Water’s most recent album is 2010’s O Zeta Zunis on Asthmatic Kitty.
Singer Glen Galloway penned some reviews for Superdope, which we’ll post in due time. Glenn’s project SOUL-JUNK continues apace.
Marc Masters is a writer who has been supportive of Fuckin’ Record Reviews, for which we are thankful.

Happy birthday today to the Soul-Junker they call Singing Serpent Glenn!  

It came from the archive of fuckinrecordreviews

9/14/14: Now with proper stylization (i.e., no apostrophe). We apologize for any inconvenience.

CRANK #4 1994 (no page #)

TRUMANS WATER review by MARC MASTERS, Editor

  • Trumans Water were originally from San Diego, CA. Their Wikipedia page is a mess!
  • Their blat of activity in the first half of the 90’s was impressive. They seemed to slow down a bit at the turn of the century, but picked up steam again in the past few years.
"Yet another definitive Sebadoh recording; in fact, there hasn’t been one so far that doesn’t encompass everything this wide band is about."
CRANK Issue 3 Spring 1993 (no page #)
SEBADOH review by Marc Masters, Editor-in-Chief  "Yet another definitive Sebadoh recording; in fact, there hasn’t been one so far that doesn’t encompass everything this wide band is about."
CRANK Issue 3 Spring 1993 (no page #)
SEBADOH review by Marc Masters, Editor-in-Chief  "Yet another definitive Sebadoh recording; in fact, there hasn’t been one so far that doesn’t encompass everything this wide band is about."
CRANK Issue 3 Spring 1993 (no page #)
SEBADOH review by Marc Masters, Editor-in-Chief 

"Yet another definitive Sebadoh recording; in fact, there hasn’t been one so far that doesn’t encompass everything this wide band is about."

CRANK Issue 3 Spring 1993 (no page #)

SEBADOH review by Marc Masters, Editor-in-Chief 

“The band’s recent obsession with jazz combined with the fact that they actually thought about all this N.O.U. shit every day turn the opaque lifestyle-isms…into a fascinatingly overloaded mess…” 
CRANK Issue 3 Spring 1993 (no page #)
NATION OF ULYSSES review by Marc Masters, Editor-in-Chief  “The band’s recent obsession with jazz combined with the fact that they actually thought about all this N.O.U. shit every day turn the opaque lifestyle-isms…into a fascinatingly overloaded mess…” 
CRANK Issue 3 Spring 1993 (no page #)
NATION OF ULYSSES review by Marc Masters, Editor-in-Chief 

The band’s recent obsession with jazz combined with the fact that they actually thought about all this N.O.U. shit every day turn the opaque lifestyle-isms…into a fascinatingly overloaded mess…” 

CRANK Issue 3 Spring 1993 (no page #)

NATION OF ULYSSES review by Marc Masters, Editor-in-Chief 

"…long on no-big-deal effects and short on anything to give a shit about."
CRANK #3 Spring 1993 (back cover) 
VOCOKESH review by MARC MASTERS, Editor
Marc is such a sweetie pie these days, but we miss his former negativo vibe. The Vocokesh review above is practically sweet compared to what he wrote about AmRep releases, but we’ve signed a contract saying we can’t post them until the devil takes Marc’s soul. Then we’ll have fun!
"…long on no-big-deal effects and short on anything to give a shit about."
CRANK #3 Spring 1993 (back cover) 
VOCOKESH review by MARC MASTERS, Editor
Marc is such a sweetie pie these days, but we miss his former negativo vibe. The Vocokesh review above is practically sweet compared to what he wrote about AmRep releases, but we’ve signed a contract saying we can’t post them until the devil takes Marc’s soul. Then we’ll have fun!

"…long on no-big-deal effects and short on anything to give a shit about."

CRANK #3 Spring 1993 (back cover)

VOCOKESH review by MARC MASTERS, Editor

  • Marc is such a sweetie pie these days, but we miss his former negativo vibe. The Vocokesh review above is practically sweet compared to what he wrote about AmRep releases, but we’ve signed a contract saying we can’t post them until the devil takes Marc’s soul. Then we’ll have fun!
"a bizarre, atonal soundscape of sing-song small instruments and fuzz drone…"
DISTURBED #2 1995 (page 17), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
Mr. Plante also lifts a section of the Richard Youngs interview conducted by Marc Masters in CRANK #5 in the year 1994.  
"a bizarre, atonal soundscape of sing-song small instruments and fuzz drone…"
DISTURBED #2 1995 (page 17), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
Mr. Plante also lifts a section of the Richard Youngs interview conducted by Marc Masters in CRANK #5 in the year 1994.  
"a bizarre, atonal soundscape of sing-song small instruments and fuzz drone…"
DISTURBED #2 1995 (page 17), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor
Mr. Plante also lifts a section of the Richard Youngs interview conducted by Marc Masters in CRANK #5 in the year 1994.  

"a bizarre, atonal soundscape of sing-song small instruments and fuzz drone…"

DISTURBED #2 1995 (page 17), ROBERT PLANTE, Editor

  • Mr. Plante also lifts a section of the Richard Youngs interview conducted by Marc Masters in CRANK #5 in the year 1994.  
"…great/squawky airy ensemble jams…"

CRANK #3 Spring 1993 (cover)
Sun Ra reissue reviewed by MARC MASTERS, Editor  "…great/squawky airy ensemble jams…"

CRANK #3 Spring 1993 (cover)
Sun Ra reissue reviewed by MARC MASTERS, Editor 
"…great/squawky airy ensemble jams…"

CRANK #3 Spring 1993 (cover)

Sun Ra reissue reviewed by MARC MASTERS, Editor 

NOW PLAYING!
Thought you’d like to know that Fuckin’ Record Reviews is actively participating in the online eye candy endeavor NOW PLAYING, launched by former Crank editor and current Wire writer Marc Masters. This is a Facebook group that encourages grown men and women to post pictures of the LPs (or cassettes or compact discs) now playing in their place of residence (or car or place of business). You read that right and we are doing it. As Fuckin’ Record Reviews is an institution posting reviews and ephemera from old fanzines, we see participation in NOW PLAYING as consistent with the spirit of our past work.
By the way, we’re posting at NOW PLAYING under our birth certificate name, Aging Baldini. So now you know who we really are.
On an associated point, our NOW PLAYING post today [4/2/14] was LIQUOR STORE’s In The Garden LP on Almost Ready Records. No members of NOW PLAYING have liked our post yet though. But that’s okay. It’s not like we’re sensitive enough to worry about these social networking micro aggressions and would just create this post to get you to go like our post somewhere else. That’d be totally lame.
Speaking of Liquor Store, did we ever tell you how much we love them and their NJ hoagies? No, we’re not making sexual innuendos. Fuckin’ Record Reviews is a PG rated project! Liquor Store actually brought a NJ hoagie to their record release party last fall and it was delish.
The video below is not from that show (with the hoagie), but this song is on In The Garden.
By the way, Liquor Sore were on The Carson Daly Show two nights ago! For real!
They also have an upcoming show in NYC on 4/6/14 at Death By Audio with ATLANTIC THRILLS and SAVANTS!
NOW PLAYING!
Thought you’d like to know that Fuckin’ Record Reviews is actively participating in the online eye candy endeavor NOW PLAYING, launched by former Crank editor and current Wire writer Marc Masters. This is a Facebook group that encourages grown men and women to post pictures of the LPs (or cassettes or compact discs) now playing in their place of residence (or car or place of business). You read that right and we are doing it. As Fuckin’ Record Reviews is an institution posting reviews and ephemera from old fanzines, we see participation in NOW PLAYING as consistent with the spirit of our past work.
By the way, we’re posting at NOW PLAYING under our birth certificate name, Aging Baldini. So now you know who we really are.
On an associated point, our NOW PLAYING post today [4/2/14] was LIQUOR STORE’s In The Garden LP on Almost Ready Records. No members of NOW PLAYING have liked our post yet though. But that’s okay. It’s not like we’re sensitive enough to worry about these social networking micro aggressions and would just create this post to get you to go like our post somewhere else. That’d be totally lame.
Speaking of Liquor Store, did we ever tell you how much we love them and their NJ hoagies? No, we’re not making sexual innuendos. Fuckin’ Record Reviews is a PG rated project! Liquor Store actually brought a NJ hoagie to their record release party last fall and it was delish.
The video below is not from that show (with the hoagie), but this song is on In The Garden.
By the way, Liquor Sore were on The Carson Daly Show two nights ago! For real!
They also have an upcoming show in NYC on 4/6/14 at Death By Audio with ATLANTIC THRILLS and SAVANTS!
NOW PLAYING!
Thought you’d like to know that Fuckin’ Record Reviews is actively participating in the online eye candy endeavor NOW PLAYING, launched by former Crank editor and current Wire writer Marc Masters. This is a Facebook group that encourages grown men and women to post pictures of the LPs (or cassettes or compact discs) now playing in their place of residence (or car or place of business). You read that right and we are doing it. As Fuckin’ Record Reviews is an institution posting reviews and ephemera from old fanzines, we see participation in NOW PLAYING as consistent with the spirit of our past work.
By the way, we’re posting at NOW PLAYING under our birth certificate name, Aging Baldini. So now you know who we really are.
On an associated point, our NOW PLAYING post today [4/2/14] was LIQUOR STORE’s In The Garden LP on Almost Ready Records. No members of NOW PLAYING have liked our post yet though. But that’s okay. It’s not like we’re sensitive enough to worry about these social networking micro aggressions and would just create this post to get you to go like our post somewhere else. That’d be totally lame.
Speaking of Liquor Store, did we ever tell you how much we love them and their NJ hoagies? No, we’re not making sexual innuendos. Fuckin’ Record Reviews is a PG rated project! Liquor Store actually brought a NJ hoagie to their record release party last fall and it was delish.
The video below is not from that show (with the hoagie), but this song is on In The Garden.
By the way, Liquor Sore were on The Carson Daly Show two nights ago! For real!
They also have an upcoming show in NYC on 4/6/14 at Death By Audio with ATLANTIC THRILLS and SAVANTS!

NOW PLAYING!

  • Thought you’d like to know that Fuckin’ Record Reviews is actively participating in the online eye candy endeavor NOW PLAYING, launched by former Crank editor and current Wire writer Marc Masters. This is a Facebook group that encourages grown men and women to post pictures of the LPs (or cassettes or compact discs) now playing in their place of residence (or car or place of business). You read that right and we are doing it. As Fuckin’ Record Reviews is an institution posting reviews and ephemera from old fanzines, we see participation in NOW PLAYING as consistent with the spirit of our past work.
  • By the way, we’re posting at NOW PLAYING under our birth certificate name, Aging Baldini. So now you know who we really are.
  • Speaking of Liquor Store, did we ever tell you how much we love them and their NJ hoagies? No, we’re not making sexual innuendos. Fuckin’ Record Reviews is a PG rated project! Liquor Store actually brought a NJ hoagie to their record release party last fall and it was delish.
  • The video below is not from that show (with the hoagie), but this song is on In The Garden.
  • By the way, Liquor Sore were on The Carson Daly Show two nights ago! For real!
  • They also have an upcoming show in NYC on 4/6/14 at Death By Audio with ATLANTIC THRILLS and SAVANTS!