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Last month Papercuts graced us with "Still Knocking At The Door," our first preview of their first album in three years. Now here's our second Life Among The Savages selection, and it's a gas. The…   Read Story »
It has been several years since we first heard Jason Quever's last album as Papercuts, Fading Parade, but he's back with a new album and label. Life Among The Savages will be out on Easy Sound…   Read Story »
After a holiday break and an inclemently weathered January, our Monthly Mix series returns with a two-month/one-mix compilation that sets a defiant tone. If not for the year, then for the…   Read Story »
Jason Quever has a way with shadows. It's like everything he does is partially submerged in darkness. His press photos are often out of focus. In his songs, his voice drifts -- occasionally hides --…   Read Story »
San Fran's Great American Music Hall hosted a great bill the other night featuring hometown heroes and future Behind The Music candidates Girls, fellow local indie-pop champs Papercuts, and the…   Read Story »
When we posted "Future Primitive" from Papercuts' great You Can Have What You Want, Brandon noted the "hazy weight" to the track's pop, and how well it paired with the out-of-focus press shot Jason…   Read Story »
Papercut Jason Quever does a great job with the shadowy psych-pop track "Future Primitive"(which we've also heard in remixed form via Ruby Suns). He doesn't sound much chirpier on the forthcoming You…   Read Story »
When we posted the Papercuts' "Future Primitive," we noted that Jason Quever's classic sounding voice was a highlight of the dreamy, psychedelic You Can Have What You Want standout. While still…   Read Story »
When we posted the Papercuts' "Future Primitive," we noted that Jason Quever's classic sounding voice was a highlight of the dreamy, psychedelic You Can Have What You Want standout. While still…   Read Story »
Papercut Jason Quever's voice surprised me on "Future Primitive," a dreamy, psychedelic track from his forthcoming You Can Have What You Want. I'm familiar with, and have listened to, the San…   Read Story »