Undertow Records is an independent label based in Chicago. In April, they are going to release Jay Bennett’s first solo album (with Edward Burch). They do a lot of other great stuff too, and I was lucky enough to interview Bob Andrews, the guy who runs the show. He had a lot of interesting things … Continue reading Declarations of Independence: Interview with Bob Andrews of Undertow Records
It was one year ago today that we started this thing. How do you like the new look? Expect more changes over the next several weeks as we work out some new features. One thing you’ll notice is the ad. It took us a year to burn through our initial round of venture capital, and … Continue reading Happy Birthday to Glorious Noise!
Interview with Jay Bennett – “I left the band when Jeff said, ‘A circle can only have one center,’ and I surmised from that it wasn’t going to be me. My thinking was, if the band is an ellipsis and I can stay or it can be circle and I’m out. So I left.”
Brian’s Tiles – purchase a tile from Brian Jones’ swimming pool at Cotchford Farm in Sussex.
Nonesuch reveals Wilco’s new album cover art.
30,000 Glorious Noise fans can’t be wrong – Thanks, everybody!
Three new albums from Jay Bennett this year? Wow.
Defacing Britney: A Look at New York’s Newest Folk Art – from Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood.
The Chicago contingent of the Glorious Noise posse. Update: a few more photos, this time from the Blue Ribbon Brothers show at the Edgewater Lounge. [Full disclosure: Derek Phillips (a.k.a. Phil) is both a contributor to Glorious Noise as well as a member of the BRB, and by the way, they’re playing Saturday, the 26th, … Continue reading Look at Us!
Find the cost of freedom buried in the ground.