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I first learned about the music scene roulette known as the Rock Lottery when some industrious creative types in Columbus started throwing their own annual holiday spinoff, the Rock Potluck, about a…   Read Story »
"Dinosaur have this weird Teflon thing," Sebadoh frontman Lou Barlow told me in a 2013 interview for Under The Radar. "Sebadoh's more vulnerable. There are more faces to the band. You have the…   Read Story »
We heard "A State Of Mine" last year when Lou Barlow's seminal indie rock band Sebadoh released their first album in 14 years. Now you can watch the video for it, which acts like a kaleidoscope of…   Read Story »
Last year, Marc Maron was brave enough to interview the eternally reticent J Mascis on his peerless WTF podcast. Today, Maron's got an episode up with another Dinosaur Jr. member: Bassist Lou Barlow,…   Read Story »
Sebadoh's latest round of tour dates begins tonight in New York. To get the two week jaunt kicked off on an extra fresh note, today the band premieres a B-side from comeback vehicle Defend Yourself.…   Read Story »
Defend Yourself, Sebadoh's first full-length album since 1999, is finally out tomorrow. Way back on 7/24, "I Will" was our first taste of the album, and now that song has a studio-centric video…   Read Story »
Lou Barlow has spent the past few years back with Dinosaur Jr., making shockingly great Dinosaur Jr. reunion albums. But now he's taken a break from that to get back with Sebadoh, the band he led…   Read Story »
More than any other band, Lou Barlow's group Sebadoh might've defined the sound of '90s indie rock, so it's a pretty big deal that they're about to release Defend Yourself, their first album in 14…   Read Story »
Sebadoh, the '90s-indie greats led by Dinosaur Jr.'s Lou Barlow, are about to release Defend Yourself, the first studio album they've made since the '90s ended. Last week, we posted the first single…   Read Story »
While Lou Barlow may be best known for his work with Dinosaur Jr., his albums with Sebadoh were always more personal and, in that respect, far more interesting to listen to. After taking a 14-year…   Read Story »