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Pavement's Latest: 'Quarantine the Past'new

This is the year of Pavement, though they’ve been building up to it for the last several, reissuing expanded versions of their ground-breaking albums from the ’90s, which set the bar for a quirky, at times punk-angry yet always literate, version of indie rock.
Salt Lake City Weekly  |  Brian Staker  |  03-30-2010  |  Reviews

Sprial Stairs Dishes on His New Album and Pavement's Hyped Reunionnew

Five years after the last Preston School of Industry album was released, Scott Kannberg is ready to present his fans with an album full of material that sounds nothing like his previous bands' output. He's back to being Spiral Stairs, but this time, there's not as much to joke about.
San Diego CityBeat  |  Dryw Keltz  |  10-14-2009  |  Profiles & Interviews

Slanted Enchantmentnew

A jazz quartet's tribute to Pavement is, inexplicably, a roaring success.
Houston Press  |  Rob Harvilla  |  01-03-2006  |  Reviews

Pavement, Repurposednew

Pavement always seemed a bit amateurish, childlike, and in constant danger of falling down. But they never did, and now they're deified American rock royalty.
Phoenix New Times  |  Rob Harvilla  |  11-29-2005  |  Reviews

Stephen Malkmus Reveals Himself on Face the Truthnew

The former Pavement frontguy talks to the Phoenix about his new solo CD and his distaste for hippies.
Boston Phoenix  |  Franklin Soults  |  06-02-2005  |  Profiles & Interviews

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