Archive for the 'Fugazi' Category

Monday, April 1st, 2013

I rediscovered the 1999 Jem Cohen Fugazi documentary, Instrument, while going through an old box of DVDs over the weekend. Watching it for the first time in a decade, and unlike most things nostalgia related, I came away thinking ‘yeah, I’m glad I was there for that in the 90s.’ This clip of “Shut The Door”, […]

Sunday, March 25th, 2012

I had planned focusing on the ongoing Fugazi live archives for this week’s Spotify entry at Rhino. Turns out those are not yet available, so I switched gears and carved out twenty favorites culled from the band’s seven studio albums and Instrument soundtrack. There are very few bands/artists I’ve had this kind of longevity with. […]

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

Though they didn’t go on hiatus until the following year, next month marks ten years since the release of the last Fugazi album, The Argument, more or less giving us a decade without one of post-punk’s most iconic bands. The Argument, if it indeed turns out to be, is a swan-song of the highest order […]

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

What is it that makes us want to deconstruct art by units of time? Lists. We love making them. We love arguing over them. And here, on the verge of a new decade, we’re in a position to do the same again. What were the best albums of the past ten years? Here at AD, […]

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

Album artwork: Does it indeed affect our listening experience, and if so, how? Scratch the Surface is a recurring feature on Aquarium Drunkard that that takes a look at particularly interesting cover art choices. By 1993 Fugazi was three EPs and two LPs into their career. Usually this is a watershed moment for a band […]

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

Speaking of the old Dischord scene…Fugazi, December 11, 1988 – Peel Session… Download: MP3: Fugazi :: Waiting Room (Peel Session ’88) MP3: Fugazi :: Break In (Peel Session ’88) MP3: Fugazi :: Merchandise (Peel Session ’88) MP3: Fugazi :: Glueman (Peel Session ’88) ———- + Download Fugazi via eMusic’s 25 free MP3 no risk trial […]

Monday, September 24th, 2007

I recently re-watched (and re-listened to) the Fugazi documentary Instrument from 1999. Unlike the majority of Discord artists, Fugazi remain one band whose music, despite having been a fan for close to 17 years, never seems to lose its edge, nor my interest. I think this “staying power,” if you will, has to do primarily […]