more about Great Lakes Myth Society Ann Arbor's Great Lakes Myth Society's highly-anticipated debut CD is released in March. Spurred on by the spirit of their hometown, at the foot of Lake Erie, the record encompasses every aspect of the Great Lakes region, rife with dark tales of its people and natural surroundings.
more about Ad Frank Churlish songsmith Ad Frank joined Stop, Pop, and Roll for his heartbreaking second album, Mr. Fancypants, and has since released a pair of follow-ups. His fourth solo release, Ad Frank is the World's Best Ex-Boyfriend, is a concise trip through songs that evoke asleep-at-the-bar loneliness alongside cutting wit. And you can even dance to it.
more about Rooftop Suicide Club Rooftop Suicide Club is southern Mass's best-kept secret, but not for long. These prolific indie-rockers are set to release one of the most ambitious debuts the region has ever seen. Equal parts DIY ingenuity, Wilco-esque maudlin sentiment, and euphoric 1970's AM radio hooks, Always Like This will turn many heads this year.
more about Paula Kelley Paula Kelley's huge second solo album, The Trouble With Success or How You Fit into the World was released by special arrangement through Kimchee Records in the US, Hayabusa-Landings in Japan, and Polaris Musique in France. The record earned her a slew of best-of-2003 accolades. She is currently hard at work on the follow-up, due out late in 2005.
more about Cathal Coughlan Cathal Coughlan, former Fatima Mansions and Microdisney frontman, released his third, and perhaps finest, solo album, The Sky's Awful Blue, exclusively in America through Stop, Pop, and Roll. He is currently working on a conceptual work entitled "Flannery's Mounted Head." The audio-visual work will be debuted at Europe's esteemed City of Culture fest in Cork, Ireland in September, 2005.

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