I am already imagining the SNL parodies, but will they even be necessary?
Harper Simon Cover star
I don’t know if Weezer sent a song, but the Hurley connection did not pay this time.
breathy, engaging, and so sweet
The Robotanists, a LA band, has just recorded the entire ‘The King of Limbs’, yes the brand new Radiohead album!
I don’t remember exactly when it happened but the girl next to me began to repeat ‘I’m gonna die-I’m gonna die’
a fun-fuzzy-sunny sound ready to be consumed.
The whole thing looked a little bit jokingly cultish
any order number for the album was TKOL1-followed by 9 numbers
it is regrettable that ‘The King Of Limbs’ has almost the same acronym that King of Leon, because KOL represents exactly what Radiohead wants to avoid.
visibly a bunch of people completely in love with the 80s English scene
Conor is at his best when he stays into a poetic self-absorbed imagery
The day after Elliott Smith died, the Solutions wall on Sunset Boulevard had become a memorial overnight
Children of the rich and famous
Some Passionate Ninjas
intense and solid anxious heartbeats
even tough metal guys are not immunized against this kind of hardcore disease.
talk about some impulsive buying!
Barbra Streisand in shock
a much softer explosion
Why did Chelsea Wolfe perform wearing a black veil?
For $48 or $53 you can pre-order the very opulent ‘Newspaper album’ consisting of 2 clear 10″ vinyl records in a purpose-built record sleeve, a compact disc, many large sheets of artwork, 625 tiny pieces of artwork, a full-color piece of oxo-degradeable plastic to hold it all together, and a digital download compatible with all good digital media players
The Londonian Yuck came on stage with its fuzzy energy
‘Last time we played here, there were about 20 people, so we must be doing something right’
Shawn Rosenblatt performed complicated songs with heavily layered arrangements behind hyper-melodies full of hooks and soaring choruses
With lines like ‘Since my phone still ain’t ringing I’ll assume It still ain’t you’, sung on such a happy guitar, you would just think it is a humorous old-fashioned country song about uncomplicated things
The New Yorker has a pretty damaging article about Scientology, ‘The Apostate, Paul Haggis vs. the Church of Scientology’, by Lawrence Wright, which at last, denunciates the weird homophobia obsession and sadistic practices of the famous cult. Paul Haggis is a film director and screenwriter (‘Million Dollar Baby’, ‘Crash’) who went ‘all the way to…
Oldies But Goldies: Rock NYC Exclusive Interview With Darryl Jenifer Of Bad Brains: “Trust The Great Spirit”
Just a week ago, Bad Brains were playing at the Sunset Junction Fair, and during the afternoon, a few hours before their performance, I had the chance to interview Darryl Jenifer, the bassist of the band. I ran to my car from the Sunset Junction Fair Bates stage where the band Saint Motel was still…
After seeing their high-energy show last Thursday at the Hammer Museum, I was really excited and intimidated to have the chance to interview Michael Fitzpatrick, the frontman of Fitz and the Tantrums. I had contacted Mike’s management late last week and they set up a phone interview. The problem with phone interviews is they are…
“What, if push comes to shove is your all time favorite album? Tough question, but you know I love the good fight. I love side two of Simon & Garfunkel’s Sounds of Silence. And there’s Rubber Soul, Revolver, Pet Sounds, The Bee Gees’ First…..I’ll quit fucking off and say Scott 3 by Scott Walker. Or…
In 2004 she sued Elliott’s step mother