Show Post: In House #1458
It would only seem apropos, given the astounding amount of hype that's been building over the past few months, for Apologies to the Queen Mary, the debut full-length from Montreal's Wolf Parade, to be universally panned and fall flat on its face. After all, could any band, any album, live up to such pre-adoration? Probably not, but this one comes close enough. So it is that the Arcade Fire-opening, Isaac Brock-produced Wolf Parade have delivered on one of the most anticipated releases of 2005. The album is out tomorrow on Sub Pop, but the band plays the Neurolux in Boise, ID tonight.
In House #1458.
Focus: Apologies to the Queen Mary, the debut full-length from Wolf Parade, who are also playing in Boise tonight. Plus, new music from Death Cab for Cutie, Ted Leo & the Pharmacists and more.
BONUS from today's show and Wolf Parade's Apologies to the Queen Mary:
"You Are a Runner & I Am My Father's Son" (MP3)