Sebadoh Plays Live Netcast

Jan. 14 [10:00 EST] -- The relentlessly sullen Lou Barlow and his Sebadoh bandmates will take to the Internet for a live broadcast of their January 18 show at New York's Irving Plaza.

Barlow, Jason Lowenstein, and Bob Fay will bring their low-fi wanderings to the Irving Plaza stage, as well as to sonicnet.com and irvingplaza.com, starting at 9 p.m. EST.

Sebadoh cranked out six albums earning moderate success and earning Lou Barlow the tag of "sensitive indie songwriter." The group found a larger audience with their 1996 Sub Pop release, "Harmacy." While the album was certainly the most polished Sebadoh release to date, it still maintained the honesty and intensity that the band had made their trademark.