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They sound like Lou Reed's "The Bed," Leonard Cohen's "Bird On A Wire," the
Pastels, Mojave 3's first album, Madder Rose at their quietest, ramshackle ...
In fact, I'm seeing quite a few of parallels with early (mighty) Helium and Madder
Rose's peerless first album Bring It Down. In fact, moments like Vicodin-downer ...
What began as a side project for former Madder Rose frontwoman Mary Lorson
has since become a full-time affair. Now, on the strength of one previous album, ...
Teaming up with Madder Rose bassist Matt Verta-Ray, Heavy Trash sounds like
an old Sun Records release that's been dragged through the '60s and '70s.
"Spill Your Lungs" lopes along lazily on a fuzz bass hum as Doiron whoops
joyfully about "screaming her lungs out" -- feels like Sebadoh or Madder Rose.
... the songs are pretty upbeat in the same way the best work of The Cranberries,
Madder Rose, and The Sundays are -- folksy pop with a tinge of melancholy.
Mary Lorson has been integral to such projects as Madder Rose and Saint Low
and also done music for film projects with Madder Rose bandmate Billy Cote.
"Floorboards" reminds me of Madder Rose at their most best (remember that first
album) but totally zonked out on tranquilizers and languidly playing as slowly ...
And "'91 Dodge Van" is a lost jangle-pop masterpiece, putting to bed Madder
Rose and Helium in under two minutes. Sure, they have their "inaccessible" ...
Feb 1, 2003 ... It was nearly ten years since I last saw a show there (Madder Rose in 1994), and
I have long sought an excuse to return. What is nice about the ...