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Daniel M. Gill talks with bassist James McNew of indie rock darlings Yo La Tengo
about being the odd man out in a band with a married couple, the differences ...
Popular Songs (Matador Records). Review by Laura Pontillo.
Born Into Trouble as the Sparks Fly Upward (Constellation). Review by Stein
Yet "Ohm" is actually one of only two anomalies here; Yo La Tengo's thirteenth
studio album is the trio's most subdued since Summer Sun (2003).
Did you honestly think the Yo La Tengo show was good (see live review in last
month's Ink 19)? I rarely trash a band whose studio recordings (particularly I Can
The Wigmaker in Eighteenth Century Williamsburg (Menlo Park). Review by
Steven R. Garnett.
May 2000 :: Music T-Z :: Yo La Tengo (Jason Knapfel)
La Gloria. Jeremiad. Freedom From. La Gloria balances consonance and
dissonance, song and soundscape. They create long, sweeping landscapes of ...
Sing This to Yourself and Other Suggestions for a Personal Apocalypse (Charnel
Grounds). Review by P. McEver.
I had so much fun while I was on vacation in Los Angeles, it took me a month to
recover completely: but, between me and you and the wall, the best time I had on