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2000 Stories by Lloyd Langworthy

Archives: 2000
  • Cleared for Takeoff

    published September 20, 2000

    What is it with rock songwriters and pianos? How is it that the two -- usually sworn enemies at the start -- often end up the best of friends? The... More >>

  • Blood, Sweat, and Money?

    published September 13, 2000

    In the pantheon of great ironies -- Thomas Jefferson's slave-owning tendencies, Richard Nixon's appeals to morality, Alanis Morissette not... More >>

  • Silkworm

    published August 16, 2000

    In the 1980s, American indie rock resembled an archipelago of separate, distinct islands, the inhabitants of which were left alone to formulate... More >>

  • This Rock Scene's Saving Grace

    published July 12, 2000

    Matt Jervis is sitting at the kitchen table of his Noe Valley apartment, explaining how he came to embark on an experiment in musical masochism.... More >>

  • On

    published April 12, 2000

    Los Angeles' Failure, comprised of core songwriters Ken Andrews and Greg Edwards, issued three immaculately produced albums for Warner Bros.,... More >>

  • Creeping Toward Bethlehem

    published April 5, 2000

    Dan Carr needs earplugs. Not because he plays bass in a rock band. And not because that band, San Francisco indie darling Creeper Lagoon, is... More >>

  • Very Glitter

    published March 22, 2000

    "Tomorrow I'm moving out of somewhere and into the van," explains a nonchalant Jonah Buffa, sitting in a Mission coffeehouse. It's raining hard on... More >>

  • The The

    published February 16, 2000

    The The NakedSelf (Nothing) As the founder and lone official member of The The, Matt Johnson was pouring... More >>

  • Sheer Ambition

    published January 5, 2000

    I'm trying to start the label that I wish I could have signed to," explains Dave Sardy, on the phone from his Hollywood home. He's taking a break... More >>

Archives: 2000
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