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All posts by Brady Gerber

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Feature: 10 Bar/None Records Releases Everyone Should Own

Bar/None Records, the Hoboken, NJ indie label that helped launch the careers of Yo La Tengo, Freedy Johnston, of Montreal, and They Might Be Giants, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Founded in 1986 by Tom Prendergast and joined [...]

May 3, 2016 Features
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Jersey’s Greatest Hits: The Bouncing Souls – The Good, The Bad, and The Argyle

Jersey’s Greatest Hits is a semi-regular feature where Headphone Nation Editor Brady Gerber shines a light back on to classic releases from New Jersey bands. I didn’t grow up with New Brunswick’s The Bouncing Souls or their 1994 debut, The Good, [...]

December 8, 2015 Features
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Jersey’s Greatest Hits: Yo La Tengo – Ride the Tiger

1986 was a landmark year for alternative music. The Smiths released their best album, The Queen Is Dead, Lifes Rich Pageant pushed R.E.M. out of college rock and onto the Billboard charts, and the Beastie Boys’ Licensed to Ill made [...]

October 29, 2015 Features