By Tom Lynch
Last fall the band released its full-length debut, “Cold & Kind,” to wildly enthusiastic reviews.
“The Simp,” Baby Teeth’s record from 2007, was a bit of a disappointment, at least compared to the goofy, but smart, debut that was 2005’s “The Baby Teeth Album.”
“Appreciation Night” was a major accomplishment, and the indie-pop band is reportedly at work on a new record for Flameshovel, set for release in summer ’08.
“Tell Me” still resonates—where’s the new stuff?
“Polo Club” didn’t quite catch like “Pleetch” did.
Head of Femur
With a new, fantastic record in the upcoming “Great Plains,” this band has its best shot yet at stardom.
The National Trust
“Kings and Queens” was great, but they don’t do enough live shows.
“A Night at the Ritz,” out on New Line/Scratchie, proved to be the record we were all waiting for from Scott Masson’s Office.
Where you been?
The intricate instrumental metal still impresses, but hasn’t quite caught on with a larger audience.