It's the 25th Anniversary of the DOMA. And while it's true that bands and venues come and go, many of the people behind them have been here all along. We asked a few of these long standing music veterans -- now behind the scenes at DOMA nominated venues The Kessler, The Foundry and Rubber Gloves Reh ... More >>
When Little Grizzly comes to an end, they will not stand alone
Joe Cripps and Barrett Martin ride a Fast Horse to record-label utopia
Mandarin proves it's not where you're going, but how you get there
Narrow margins remind us that everyone's a winner
Denton's Sub Oslo is the best band you've never paid attention to
Two Ohm Hops to it ... eventually; Last Beat signs ... Vibrolux?
Will this year's best local records survive the millennium?
Uzigato is caught between rock and a soft place
Jet is in labor on the WWW; Notes from KNTU's underground; Return of the Children of the Corn Mo; Prescription: Mark Ridlin; Rotating drum stools
For Matt Barnhart, Quality Park Records is job one
Last Beat Records creates its own scene with a new studio and rehearsal facility
Clutch Cargo doesn't have to suck in front of its friends anymore
Or: What do cake walks, the Backstreet Boys, and Jon Cunningham have in common?
With the long-awaited release of Stumptone, Denton loses a true talent but gains a cool album
Even on album, Sivad's just making it up as it goes
Erik Thompson is a one-man Lo-Fi Chorus, but looks are deceiving
Centro-matic's second album is so good, it will break your heart
Floor 13 wants you...to want...them
Josh Baish and Denton fit together like a band and Rubber Gloves
Budapest One is a brand-new band making some venerable -- and tremendous -- rock and roll
Don't call it space-rock, even if the Falcon Project's new record is set in...outer space
Matthew Duncan made an amazing record. Then he had no idea what to do with it.
"Groovy" Joe Poovey dies just as his Greatest Grooves are set for release
Go Metric USA makes pop music for smart people
Two Ohm Hop hits a triple with Light Bright Highway, Sub Oslo, and Stumptone
Producer Dave Willingham makes noise in the middle of nowhere
Just call these the Old 97's Observer Music Awards