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ST 37 Reviewed
Music Story  October 11, 2002, by Greg Beets
"...ST 37Down On Us (Emperor Jones) After 15 years, several lineup changes, and umpteen CDs, cassettes, and compilations, ST 37 has honed its mixture of psychedelicized space punk into a potent essence that just might raise blisters on the brain if you let it soak long enough. Down On Us doesn't reinvent ST 37 as much as it distills the Austin quartet's varied directions into one cohesive statement..."

Levitation Review: Wooden Shjips, Acid Mothers Temple, ST 37, Yoo Doo Right
The ABCs of psychedelia
DAILY Music  April 30, 2018, by Michael Toland
"...A young quartet from Montreal titled in tribute to krautrock pioneers Can, Yoo Doo Right crossed Swervedriver and Neu! Guitarist Justin Cober’s squalling chords, spaghetti western leads, and persistent whammy bar use obscured Charles Bourassa’s synth work. They opened in contrast to following Austin institution ST 37, which recently celebrated its 30th anniversary with the compilation Fuck You, You Rule...."

Music Story  January 16, 1998
"...This ought to squeegee off your third eye quite nicely if that's the medicine you're shopping for. ST-37's latest is a disturbingly lilting morass of psyched-out drone on drone that's liable to give you a contact high if you sit too close to the speakers..."

Psychedelic Warlords
The kings of Texas psyche rock, ST 37
Music Story  October 11, 2002, by Michael Chamy
"..."I want us to be like the Willie Nelson of psychedelic rock, just keep on doin' it," says Joel Crutcher, founding member and lead guitarist of Austin psyche rock institution ST 37. "We don't even care how many people show up..."

The Space Program
ST-37, Past & Future Pioneers of...
Music Story  January 16, 1998, by Ken Lieck
"...Unbeknownst to NASA, however, another crew -- one with a very different engineer -- was busily working less than a three-hour drive away, readying its own re-entry into the Space Age. Seems that ST-37 were cobbling together a new album in Austin, one scheduled to land in stores mere days away from the launching of the new moon rocket..."

Five Science-Fiction Authors to Scan Darkly
ST 37 captain Scott Telles pulls five notables off the SF bookshelf.
Music Story  July 25, 2008, by S.L. Telles

2002: A New Spaceage
Music Story  October 11, 2002, by Michael Chamy
"..."I don't think there's a more well-respected, or better, band on the scene today," offers Justin Bankston of Winslow, emerging masters of slow-building, noisy dream rock who are starting to get the same sort of praise he's heaping upon his musical mentors, ST 37...."

ST 37
Record Review
Music Review  April 9, 2004, by Michael Chamy
"...ST 37The Insect Hospital (Black Widow)ST 37The Secret Society (Blue Circle)..."

ST 37
Music Review  February 9, 2007, by Audra Schroeder
"...ST 37..."

The Sound and the Fury
Local theatre Alamo Drafthouse teams silent films with live musical scores by favorite Austin acts.
Music Story  September 10, 1999, by Jerry Renshaw
"...Not so fast. Last August, Austin's Alamo Drafthouse Cinema screened a restored print of Fritz Lang's silent classic Metropolis, featuring a score composed and performed by local Kraut-rock combo ST 37, to wildly enthusiastic, sold-out houses..."

Texas Platters
Music Review  January 21, 1999, by Your Side
"...(Drawing the Circle) 3.5 stars -- David Lynch ST 37..."

Guitar Pedals
PHOTO GALLERY  February 3, 2015
"...ST 37 guitarists Bobby Baker and Joel Crutcher's pedal setups..."

ST 37
Record review
Music Review  November 4, 2005, by Audra Schroeder
"...ST 37..."

Our Free Radio coverage generates some audio radiance, and more.
Columns  June 29, 2001
"...Better yet, your fledgling music writers could have interviewed one of the musicians from ST 37 about experimental music in Austin. They would know more about experimental music here than just about anyone..."

1999 SXSW Music Festival
Music Story  March 18, 1999
"...ST 37: This venerable Austin band has been delivering mind-altering space-punk for more than a decade. Last year's Spaceage found ST 37 covering songs by Can, Hawkwind, and Chrome, which gives you a pretty good idea of where the band is coming from..."

Bad to the Drone
What's happening this weekend.
DAILY Music  January 16, 2008, by Audra Schroeder
"...Local duo Abigail und Hansel looks nothing like fairy tale duo Hansel and Gretel, though they certainly could melt your face, sans oven. ST 37 guitarist Joel Crutcher and his wife Michelle make up the drone-psych group, and they veer between folky excursions and guitar spaceouts..."

SXSW Music Festival
Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 17, 2000
"...ST 37: If being in a band only meant they had something to talk about with the members of Hawkwind, Austin's ST 37 would be a contented combo. With influences from Can to Wire to Helios Creed to Roky Erickson, ST 37 have many albums on many labels, including their verbose latest, I Like to Talk, If There's Something to Talk About on Emperor Jones (Atomic Cafe, 8pm) -- Ken Lieck..."

Live Shots
Music Story  September 4, 1998
"...By either of us. – Jay Trachtenberg ST-37..."

Recommended Live Music for the Weekend
Soulful techno, bluegrass, and rock & roll to keep you up this weekend
DAILY Chron Events  June 15, 2018, by The Music Staff
"...FRIDAY [image-1] Drummer Babes w/ Kay Odyssey, ST 37, 3Radio Tiger, the Sophies, Endless Sewer, and the Spoils..."

ST 37
Music Review  February 19, 2015, by Greg Beets
"...ST 37I'm Not Good (Cleopatra)..."

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