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Waiting for Prince to take the stage at the Showbox last Thursday evening for the first of four shows in two days, the crowd was… Continue reading
For those of us who grew up in the shadow of the baby boom, force-fed the misremembered vainglory of Woodstock long after most hippies had… Continue reading
And the merits of the butt-peepage clause.
Side Saddle plays SW's Reverb Local Music Festival along with 50 other local bands, on Saturday.John Roderick is the singer and songwriter responsible for The… Continue reading
Nouela plays SW's Reverb Local Music Festival on Saturday, Oct. 6, with 50 other local bands.John Roderick is the singer and songwriter responsible for The… Continue reading
"Everyone, even someone who has probably shot cocaine up his nose with a crossbow, needs a reason to get out of bed in the morning."
Taking questions from some of the city's loudest, most invisible talking heads.
Porta-Pottie alternatives, oysteravaganzas, and exposed bosoms.
What to bring, how to dress, and when to watch the sky for oatmeal.
John Roderick is the singer and songwriter responsible for the Long Winters. His column runs in SW's Reverb Monthly (look for the May issue tomorrow).… Continue reading
John Roderick goes around the horn with the M's latest Japanese export.
Actually, relentless positivity might be the new fuck-you.
Regulators: It may be necessary to brandish your sword.
John Roderick is the singer and songwriter responsible for Seattle's the Long Winters. Send your questions to email@example.com.Luke Burbank: Is there a knack to keeping… Continue reading
Why would an adult male want to get smaller?
All great "first songs" should make you want to learn more kick-ass jams as soon as you can.
Passing on Auto Shop was almost as bad a move as that earring, Dad.
John Roderick is a regular columnist for Reverb. His band, the Long Winters, plays the Showbox at the Market as part of the City Arts… Continue reading
Opportunities onstage, in the studio, and in interviews are too fleeting to play it smug.
To discuss Nirvana is to demonstrate that you are unfit to discuss Nirvana.