Apparently Interpol drummer Sam Fogarino has taken Ill and the band has had to cancel tonight’s show in Salt Lake City. Hope you feel better, soon Sam! VIA interpolnyc.com We have to postpone tonight’s concert […]
According to Creation Records, Pete Fijalkowski (Adorable) and Terry Bickers (The House of Love) have announced several European shows in February. The two will be playing live on Friday February 18th at Coast Cafe in […]
Chris Kornelis of The Seattle Weekly recently spoke with Ben Gibbard about Death Cab for Cutie‘s upcoming album, “Codes & Keys”. A few highlights: They experimented with some new sounds. Chris has brought in a […]
Feeling a wee bit ambitious, are we Wayne? Well color me suitably impressed. The Flaming Lips have begun recording new material, with frontman Wayne Coyne confirming that they’re planning to release these new creations in […]
The Human League have revealed the tracklisting and title of their new album. Named ‘Credo’, the record from the veteran synth-pop band is set to be released in March next year. The artwork for the […]
Wannabe-rockers have been eagerly awaiting Harmonix’s next entry in the Rock Band franchise all summer. Especially enticing is the inclusion of the Keytar peripheral which opens up the track selection to include a plethora of […]
I won’t say how or where I found out, but here’s The Treasure Island 2010 lineup, a day early.
The Treasure Island Music Festival, otherwise known as my-favorite-music-festival-on-the-plant is happening October 16th and 17th. If you live in the bay area and you’re into indie music YOU ARE A FOOL IF YOU DON”T GO. […]
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’re well aware that Athens’ favorite theatrical freaks, of Montreal, have been hard at work on their new album, False Priest. We’ve heard lots of details about the […]
Yesterday, we shared “Here Sometimes“, the first new Blonde Redhead song in years. Turns out it’s the opening track from Penny Sparkle, a new Blonde Redhead album. The New York trio’s follow-up to 2007’s 23, […]
You know all that griping you did about the schedule conflicts at this year’s Lollapalooza? Well, you knew this day was coming, and hopefully it will solve some of your Lolla dilemmas. Lollapalooza announced its […]
Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti have premiered their much anticipated 4AD debut, “Before Today” via the LA Times’ Pop & Hiss blog. Read about the record at The LA Times and stream the album below.
The complete Outside Lands 2010 Lineup was announced a few minutes ago. There really aren’t many surprises. As we reported last month, most of the headliners had been leaked in cryptic riddle form by Outside […]
Bono’s back injury has had repercussions beyond U2’s canceled North American tour and Glastonbury headlining spot. Interpol was set to open for U2, and the 365 tour postponement has thrown Interpol’s touring plans into disarray. […]
Matt Groenig, if you’ve been living under a rock, is “that guy” who does The Simpsons and Futurama, and recently curated All Tomorrow’s Parties in Minehead, U.K. He drew pictures of the musicians that played. […]
It’s great work if you can get it. Legendary Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr has collaborated with music greats as diverse as Bryan Ferry, Pet Shop Boys, Oasis, Beck, Modest Mouse, and most recently, the Cribs. […]