Category Archives: Press
Greg Shaw’s excellent review of Not What I Meant is here.
Longtime Friend of the Egg and super-talented photographer Kate Seward posted a lovely profile of Thunderegg’s San Francisco incarnation on her blog The Styley today. It is here. And no, Thunderegg does not own a comb.
The Egg was featured in a long, amazing write-up on Germany’s das klienicum blog yesterday. Google Translate makes a complete hash of it, which is a shame because it appears that our homie Eike Klien’s style is both lyrical and … Continue reading
Jonas at the Swedish music blog Kentuckyseven (“Why Kentucky? We love the USA. Dearly.”) wrote up Line Line today. Thanks, Jonas. You’ll be our go-to man when the Scandinavian tour materializes.
Hillary at Athens, Georgia’s Antidisingenuousmentarianism calls out last September’s Thunderegg/Casper and the Cookies show as one of her top ten of 2007. It must’ve been the cover Jason and I did of the English Beat’s “Save It for Later.” That … Continue reading
Waxfruit takes the Open Book challenge and comes away in one piece. Considering the quantity of the songs on this release, the quality is fantastic, I was really impressed with how good the songs are…This is the kind of band … Continue reading
Jon Simmons of the Brighton blog Southcoasting weighs in on Thunderegg’s This Week CD. He likes it. He may like Open Book even more, but still. He’s on board.
A cool review of Open Book (“one of the best bargains in rock history”) by Neal Hayes for PopMatters.
Brighton music blogger Jon Simmons boldly declares on Southcoasting today that Thunderegg and the Mountain Goats “are the only two essential bands in America today.” And I will say right now that this is absolutely true, although I’ll have to … Continue reading
Thunderegg is featured in a smart, thoughtful article about gigantic mega-albums (Open Book plus Caretaker’s Theoretically Pure Anterograde Amnesia) by Ian Mathers for Stylus. [2011 update: Stylus is no more, but Ian now writes/curates the very fun Small Immunities tumblr … Continue reading