Ted Chase

  • Parts & Labor : Mapmaker

     Parts & Labor, the latest noise-punk band to come out of Brooklyn, have taken a huge step forward with their powerful sophomore LP, Mapmaker. ...
  • Blitzen Trapper : Wild Mountain Nation

     The backwoods of Oregon bring out the relaxed freak-folk of Blitzen Trapper on their latest, Wild Mountain Nation. ...
  • Krist Krueger of Southerly : Q&A

     About to start touring for his newest Southerly release, Storyteller and the Gossip Columnist (QRO review), Krist Krueger had a chance to speak with QRO....
  • Gogol Bordello : Super Taranta!

     The gypsy punks stay united and keep delivering their unique sound on Gogol Bordello’s latest, Super Taranta!. ...
  • The Sea and Cake : Live

     Post-rock veterans The Sea and Cake glided into New York’s Webster Hall on Thursday, June 7th, to groove a diverse mix of fans, from uptown yuppies to kids that you can’t believe would be let into an 18+ show. ...
  • Snowden : Live

     Atlanta’s Snowden showed a softer, even more Anglophile side at New York’s Roseland Ballroom on June 5th, but they did not fail to win over Roseland’s more rock ‘n’ roll crowd. ...
  • White Rabbits : Live

     New York’s own White Rabbits had the Bowery Ballroom a-jumpin’ with an extensive, rowdy, shambling set on Saturday, June 2nd. ...
  • Shapes and Sizes : Split Lips, Winning Hips, A Shiner

     British Columbia’s Shapes and Sizes deliver a spastic explosion in their sophomore release, Split Lips, Winning Hips, A Shiner. ...
  • The Cobbs : Live

     Opening up for Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Cobbs delivered an effective and effecting set that, by its finish, really won over New York’s Webster Hall. ...