AmRep, Fake Places featured in this week's City Pages
In anticipation of these parties, Tigger Lunney sat down with AmRep owner Tom Hazelmyer and his right hand man Pat Dwyer to talk about the label's history, as well as several members of AmRep bands and their musical proteges about the label's effect on the local and national scene.
Here's a link to Tigger's article, plus the other content from this week's print music section, including an online-only bonus feature on local band Fake Places.
Amphetamine Reptile label turns 25
By Tigger Lunney
Perfect Strangers: Craigslist and calling cards birth one of the Cities' most exciting new bands
By Rob van Alstyne
5ingles: The Songs We Can't Escape
By Ray Cummings
By Gimme Noise staff