Dirty Shoes takes a look at night flowers, the new EP from tiny deaths.
Dirty Shoes takes a look at the new album from New York boozers, Heaven's Jail.
Douglas Martin examines whether or not Dirty Shoes all-stars Thee Oh Sees are still the best live act around.
Dirty Shoes returns with a look at the excellent trio of records from new punk staples Sheer Mag.
Douglas Martin looks at Cindy Lee, the new project from former Women member Patrick Flegel.
Why the new Parquet Courts EP fails to live up to the band's high standards.
The Seattle garage-punks return with a swift lively and funny album. But there’s also growing restlessness in their approach to songwriting, trying out new methods and seeing what works for them
The noise-pop melodies of Boston's Bummed make for an essential addition to the Dirty Shoes fall rotation.
Members of Chastity Belt, Tacocat and Pony Time team up to make one of the year's funniest and most subversive albums.