Mould follows Body of Song with another everything-but-the-kitchen-sink album of rockers, acoustic weepers, and electronica bleepers.
Bob Mould’s years of electronic experimentation come to fruition on this excellent collaboration with DJ Richard Morel.
Returning from a long regrouping period, Mould learns how to rock again.
Mike and Jason finally check in with their thoughts on Bob Mould’s 2014 Old Rock House concert as the “Compositions for the Young & Old” series roars back to life.
The Brothers Gallagher always championed themselves as the saviors of rock and the biggest band since the Beatles, and for a short time, they were.
It’s why we’re all here.
Following up the rock/techno hybrid Modulate, Bob unleashes an album of pure electronica under his anagram nom de DJ.
Bob returns from a four-year hiatus by going full-on techno on his electronica/rock hybrid LP Modulate, but does he succeed?
Bob decides to (briefly) say farewell to rock music, but not before taking a well-deserved victory lap.
Sugar dissolves and Bob returns to his solo roots on his very personal self-titled release.