Record-hoarding bassist for the college-friendliest band ever, who play songs from their ironically titled new I Am Not Afraid Of You And I Will Beat Your Ass (Matador) disc at the Phoenix Monday (October 2).
'Lambchop continue to grow and change, fearlessly moving outward into freakier waters. Listening to this record is like entering their universe of indescribably spooky soul music. There's nobody else in the world like them, and this is them at their best.'
'Larry Harlow's answer to Pete Townshend's Tommy. Guess who wins.' wipers Boxed Set 'Documenting 1980-83, this boxed set contains the Wipers' first three albums, plus a zillion bonus tracks. Deftly navigating punk, psychedelia, pop and biker rock, this is urgent music every bit as vital as Mission of Burma, the Urinals/100 Flowers and Pere Ubu. You've got Greg Sage's killer guitar playing and songwriting, and occasionally the sound of his amp ripping itself apart.'