Monthly Archives: November 2009

No Depression Indie Roots Music Podcast #4

Join Seattle KBCS DJ Iaan Hughes while he plays from some of his favorite recently released (almost) indie, roots, and Americana music. In this episode you’ll hear The Honeycutters, Lissie, The Haints Old Time String Band, Rosie Flores, Kevin Deal, … Continue reading

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Taps

What do we learn from the film Taps? That Tom Cruise is crazy? We didn’t really end up needing the film for that one. That Timothy Hutton thought he’d have a better career? George A. Romero proved otherwise. That 1980’s … Continue reading

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Axl Rose: You Still Got It, Baby (I just don’t know where you put it)

Confidential to rock critics: It is no longer necessary to discuss any new recording project from Sir Paul or King Mick. Neither are able to succeed or fail, regardless of what they do, so really, what’s the point? That said, … Continue reading

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Kountry Kliches, Part One

Country music, and part of the reason why we love it, is that it’s riddled with cliche’s. Cliches are comfortable truths about ourselves we don’t particularly mind sharing. In country music there’s a self awareness to all those old cliches. … Continue reading

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No Depression Indie Roots Music Podcast #3

Join Seattle DJ Iaan Hughes this week while he plays from some of his favorite indie, roots, and Americana music releases of 2009. You’ll hear Jo Serrapere, Red Rooster, Elvis Perkins in Dearland, The Cave Singers, Rachel Harrington, Frontier Ruckus, … Continue reading

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