Austin Trunick

Writings on music and film
Album Review: Sebadoh - Defend Yourself

Fourteen years on, Barlow and Loewenstein-with drummer Bob D’Amico-have reassumed the Sebadoh mantle, and are more or less able to pick up where they’d left off. Even better, Defend Yourself is a conscious throwback to the undefeated years, leapfrogging the sound of 1999’s major label flop, The Sebadoh, and holding closer to the band’s early- and mid-’90s triumphs.
Read the full review here. 

Album Review: Sebadoh - Defend Yourself

Fourteen years on, Barlow and Loewenstein-with drummer Bob D’Amico-have reassumed the Sebadoh mantle, and are more or less able to pick up where they’d left off. Even better, Defend Yourself is a conscious throwback to the undefeated years, leapfrogging the sound of 1999’s major label flop, The Sebadoh, and holding closer to the band’s early- and mid-’90s triumphs.

Read the full review here

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