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I’ve been listening to Shriekback for about thirty years now. It’s the only band, of all my favorites, that I still keep up with. If it exists as an mp3, I have it as an mp3. And yet, I have … Continue reading
Almost 10 years ago to the day I wrote on this site about one of my most best beloved bands, Shriekback. Their 13th album, Without Real String or Fish, is out today, and normally I’d be telling you all about … Continue reading
When it comes to bands I like, I’m not much of a completist. Oh sure, in the heady days of Napster I did some digging around (most of which ended in heartbreak) but nothing obsessive…except when it came to Shriekback. … Continue reading
There isn’t much point in reviewing a new Shriekback album, since I’m the only one who would care and I obviously already have it, but here goes anyhow. Life in the Loading Bay is the…pause for calculation…twelfth? new release from … Continue reading
It’s a great day to be Dave! I was somewhere grabbing completely legal and authorized music when I came across one of my holy grails: The remix of ‘Black Light Trap’ by Shriekback off the Gunning for the Buddha 12″! … Continue reading
This weekend I did some poking around the musical underground of the internet and found one of the few remaining grail mp3s I’ve been looking for: “Hanging Fire” by Shriekback. This track of theirs was on the Animal Liberation compilation … Continue reading
While doing a Google Image Search yesterday for the Shriekback symbol, I came across this interesting bit of information: They have a new album out! I had no idea! I need to put some money into my PayPal account before … Continue reading
Oh it’s totally dated and goofy. Someone has done something awful to Barry Andrews’ mouth. No one else in the band seems thrilled about the whole concept. And yet, I’m so glad to have found it!