John Roderick, the founder, singer, and guitarist for Seattle literati-pop band the Long Winters, is poised to reap the whirlwind of his city's post-post-grunge era, which he allows is superior to the post-grunge era. "The post-grunge scene lasted from '94 to '98," he recalls. "Most of the music from that era was very confusing and bad, since everyone hated grunge and was trying frantically to play the mathiest, most convoluted nonsense they could dream up. I was at the forefront of... More >>>
By Autumn de Wilde
John Roderick (second from right) longs to personally diss Eric Clapton.