British Rock Quietly Making A U.S. Comeback

Lee Hudson Teslik of the Harvard Crimson proviled the new wave of British rock acts, who haven’t gotten the radio or MTV airplay, but have managed a following from “word of mouth and adventurous late-night use of KaZaA.” On Hudson’s list are , , and . Hudson questions the trio’s chances in “the harsh commercialism of the American market” but “if these groups do pull through, they will likely be stronger and their music richer, as a result.” Read more.

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