Toadies ‘The Lower Side Of Uptown’ Review: Texas alt-rockers return with their best album since 1994’s Rubberneck On their 2015 album Heretics, the Toadies reworked their classic heavy tracks, giving songs like Possum Kingdom subdued acoustic makeovers that worked surprisingly well. Click here for my Heretics Review And on their latest disc, The Lower Side […]
Toadies Pay Tribute To David Bowie With Cover of ‘Heroes’: band offer free download, encourage fans to donate to American Cancer Society in late singer’s honor. The death of David Bowie has shaken his fans to the core, and veteran Texas alt-rockers The Toadies are no exception. Click here for Why David Bowie’s Death Hurts […]
Toadies ‘Heretics’ Review: Texas alternative heroes add an acoustic twist to their caustic rock sound. “A running joke over the last 25 years is about putting keyboards and handclaps [in our music]…It’s a left turn for the band, and I can understand why a lot of fans would think we’re turning our backs on our roots. […]
Toadies’ Vaden Todd Lewis Talks New Album ‘Heretics’: band frontman discusses new unplugged album, playing Summerland, and Dias De Los Toadies 2015 in our exclusive interview. Ft. Worth alternative rock veterans the Toadies are set to release their new album Heretics on September 18th (via Kirtland Records). The new disc features acoustic reinterpretations of vintage hits like Possum […]
The Cush ‘Transcendental Heat Wave’ Review: Forth Worth psych-rockers take listeners on a trippy voyage to 90’s shoegaze and beyond. The Cush may hail from the Lone Star State, but their sonic pedigree hearkens to the best elements of British alt-rock of the 90’s.That sound is front and center on their stellar new album Transcendental Heat […]
On August 23rd, The Toadies major label début Rubberneck turns 20 years old, but the band is celebrating its 20th anniversary milestone all year-long. The band released a remastered reissue of the alt-rock classic (Kirtland Records), which contains bonus tracks. They even have their signature Rubberneck Red Beer. And they’re playing the album in its entirety on their 2014 Rubberneck tour. I recently spoke to […]
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