Longtime local music scene fixture Bill Keough has finally recorded his solo debut album, The Slow Get Up, and it proves to be worth the wait. I can’t even put my figure on why I enjoy it more than his work with Galvanize (which I enjoy as well,) but it’s like Keough just nailed it here. The general vibe of the record is late ’80s – early ’90s underground rock, which is not to be mistaken as saying ‘grunge’. Tunes “Self Doubt” is closer to Nada Surf than Nirvana. “I Know Where You’ve Been” reminds me of early Silkworm. “Tough Physics” reminds me of early Queens of The Stone Age. Throw in a great cover of PJ Harvey’s “Victory,” and The Slow Get Up makes for a hell of a kick ass record.