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October 1999 :: Music M-N :: Madder Rose (Bryan Tilford)
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 ...
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, ...
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 ...
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.
One of many highlights is the stunning "What May Be the Oldest," a duet with
Madder Rose's Mary Lorson, while other stand-out tracks include the power-pop
with Kipper Tin and Madder Rose. The Middle East Upstairs, Cambridge, MA
February 10, 1999. by J. Tritten. Okay, so I am not going to lie and make anything
Music M-N; Madder Rose · The Malefactors · Howard Mandel · Jerry Dale ... of
grindcore, England's Napalm Death steadily rose from being cult icons to
"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.
Music M-N; Madder Rose · The Malefactors · Howard Mandel · Jerry Dale ...
Three other songs, "File Under: Defiled," "Double Marlon," and "Spanish Rose.