Review : ROB CROW - Living Well
Lost At Sea magazineNo matter how prolific Rob Crow is, there is no getting around the fact that he is a founding member of Pinback. And make no mistake, the man is PROLIFIC. Whether noodling with Zach Hill as The Ladies or heshing it up metal style in Goblin Cock, nothing the man does these days escapes the moniker of side project. Even though these bands stand alone on their own merit, it is the universal love for Pinback that will forever cast a tall shadow over Rob Crow’s other work....full text
PunkNewsJust so you know up front: This is not a Rob Crow fanboy review. OK, so the guy has had 16 musical projects (according to an unofficial site), but I haven’t even heard that much Pinback. I realized that my wife has their most recent album, 2004’s Summer in Abaddon, which was released on Touch and Go. ...full text
CokeMachineGlowThe last ten years sure have been prolific for Rob Crow. Every year since 1996, in fact, his name’s come attached to one outlet of indie rock or another. But it’s the years since Pinback released their third and most successful album, Summer in Abaddon (2004), that seem to have exposed him to a more notable scrutiny and a correspondingly confused response....full text
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