Michael Juge writes: "Capitol Contingency captures the mood of the time. Gentry has an authenticity as someone who was there and followed these bands from the time he was a teen yet his seasoned knowledge provides an authority on the subject that few could rival."
To listen to an interview with Brandon on the Hardly Sound Podcast, click here.
I've read more books about bands than I can remember and few have been as engaging as Capitol Contingency. I highly recommend it for any music fan, but especially for those that enjoy bands such as Dismemberment Plan, Fugazi, Jawbox, etc.
Out now, Capitol Contingency: Ian MacKaye, Ted Leo, Travis Morrison, J. Robbins, Craig Wedren, and others all share their memories of and perspectives on an era and a scene that has come to embody the best aspects of late-century independent American rock music.
The amazing story of a family dairy farm in Vermont: Cutting Hill is out now on Garrett County Digital.
Out now: Fabulous Chicago by Emmett Dedmon -- the book about Chicago clubs, brothels, politicians, gangsters, triumphs and tragedies.
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