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Dave Segal—Stranger music writer and Line Out blogger—has been writing about music since 1983. His stuff has appeared in Gale Research’s literary criticism series of reference books, Creem (when it was in decline), Alternative Press (when it was ascendant), XLR8R, Jazz Times, and a slew of alternative weekly newspapers scattered across America. He also DJs weird, obscure records under the name Veins. He probably won’t honor your requests.

More Articles by Dave Segal from 2011

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Date

  • P.M. Dawn

    ‘Of the Heart, of the Soul and of the Cross: The Utopian Experience’

    P.M. Dawn’s Epochal Masterwork, 20 Years Later
    Posted on 09/28/2011
  • P.M. Dawn

    Hiphop's Nowhere Men

    P.M. Dawn’s Of the Heart, of the Soul and of the Cross
    Posted on 09/28/2011
  • Music

    Third Eye's the Charm

    Escalator Fest: A Mind Is a Wonderful Thing to Test
    Posted on 09/21/2011
  • Music Column

    Data Breaker

    Sage Francis, James Blake, and Lou Champagne
    Posted on 09/21/2011
  • Suggests

    Decibel: Bit Rock

    Decibel’s Bit Rock showcase is stacked with the kind of talent that can unite rock and electronica fans through the magic of laptops, analog synths, and cowbells.
    Posted on 09/14/2011
  • Music

    More Bent Notes from the Underground

    Oddly Nourishing Treats from Seattle's Sonic Underbelly
    Posted on 09/14/2011
  • Music

    The Intelligence

    The Intelligence, 2011 Stranger Genius in Music
    Posted on 09/14/2011
  • Music Column

    Data Breaker

    Alexander East, Tunnidge, Dibia$e, Absolute Madman
    Posted on 09/14/2011
  • Genius Awards

    The Intelligence

    Lars Finberg of the Intelligence, 2011 Stranger Genius in Music
    Posted on 09/14/2011
  • Music

    Black Holey Smokes

    Deeper into White Hills' Bullshit-Free Psychedelia
    Posted on 09/07/2011
  • Music Column

    Data Breaker

    Identity Fest, Mexicans with Guns, Take, Spank Rock
    Posted on 09/07/2011
  • Suggests

    Devo, Tom Tom Club, Psychedelic Furs

    The generation that directly followed the baby boomers should be in heaven tonight—specifically, the Psychedelic Furs’.
    Posted on 08/31/2011
  • Music Column

    Data Breaker

    Peaches, Ononos, Kids at the Bar, D&B Tuesdays
    Posted on 08/31/2011
  • Bumbershoot Guide

    Let Them Bring You Brown

    Butthole Surfers and the Ultimate Brown Sound
    Posted on 08/31/2011
  • Suggests

    Olivia Tremor Control

    Olivia Tremor Control have returned from a long hiatus to prove, again, that they’re the most interesting act from Athens, Georgia’s fabled Elephant 6 collective.
    Posted on 08/24/2011
  • Music Column

    Data Breaker

    Splinters, Pleasure Boat Records All-Stars
    Posted on 08/24/2011
  • Music

    The Joanna Newsom of the 1970s

    Meet Long-Lost Seattle Folk Heroine Carol Kleyn
    Posted on 08/24/2011
  • Suggests

    R. Stevie Moore

    His pop played bass for Presley and Orbison, but R. Stevie Moore has nurtured a more underground musical existence, releasing hundreds of bedroom-produced albums that have accrued a small, rabid following worldwide.
    Posted on 08/17/2011
  • Music

    "Putting So Much Effort into a Stupid Idea"

    Reggie Watts Is the Funniest Beatboxer in the World
    Posted on 08/17/2011
  • Music Column

    Data Breaker

    Grand Groove, Sole, Cut Chemist, Edan, Mr. Lif
    Posted on 08/17/2011

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