Friday, October 24th, 2003


A little under 10 years ago, charming local shoegazey indie-pop outfit NC17 changed their name into Treble Charger and began their transformation into bland thirtysomething wanna-be skate punks responsible for bringing Sum 41 into the public eye. Well founding member Bill Priddle has had enough and has left the band. Good for him – Bill always wrote the best songs anyway.

Get your online bootleg music freak on here. Parsnips a-plenty. From Glamorama.

A couple links from LHB:

The Guardian lists off their top 40 most exciting American bands right now. Fannypack?

The always excellent Morning Becomes Eclectic has a slew of performances from top-notch artists available to listen to/watch. Be sure to search the archives, almost anyone who’s anyone has done a set at one point.

I’ve said it before, but man I wish Toronto had some more interesting traffic on Craigslist. Just look at the Best Of. Side-splitting.

np – Love / The Best Of Love

By : Frank Yang at 10:28 am
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  1. Gary says:

    Re: The Guardian List

    Huh? Frank sanctioning a list of great American bands that doesn’t include Death Cab for Cutie? The now late Elliott Smith?


  2. Frank says:

    I sanction nothing! NOTHING! I just report it, man.

    It’s a UK newspaper, which is the only reason I can find to explain their inexplicable love of The Strokes.