A review of the new Deerhunter album, Monomania, waiting for the guitars to kick in.
Ian F. Svenonius discusses his new book, Supernatural Strategies for Making a Rock ‘n’ Roll Group, a satirical instruction manual slash insightful lesson in Capitalism from the late greats. His book tour brings the new title (and perhaps a séance or floating chair) to 529 Bar in East Atlanta, Saturday, May 11th at 7:30 pm.
A revealing interview with the Young Family circus, aka Sam Pink and Kelly Schirmann, with new insights into the McDonalds conspiracy and the truth behind the sad dance-pop apocalypse––and the creative process that produced their first full-length album, King Cobra.
The latest (and possibly last) Marnie Stern album, The Chronicles of Marnia, prompts a retrospective re-listen of her discography in the hope she doesn’t go the way of Jack Slater.
Michael Jackson: Moscow Case 1993: An overlooked documentary offers a brief but devastating glimpse at the King of Pop during his fall from grace, a time we would rather forget.
When Samantha Crain parted ways with her founding band the Midnight Shivers, the Shawnee, Okla., troubadour picked up an electric guitar and wrote 11 songs written from the perspectives of 16 different people she’s met––2010′s excellent You (Understood), her version of a “breakup album.” But with followup Kid Face, Crain fully embraces her newfound freedom.
Christina Lee joins the hootenanny of Thao with the Get Down Stay Down’s third album, We The Common.
As a possible 20th anniversary reunion tour approaches, TLC presents two new shows about TLC.
Thomas Moore shares his Best of 2012 list now that the world hasn’t ended and more things happened than Xiu Xiu’s Always.
Big Boi’s sophomore solo release, Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors, explores new territory both outside the rap community and within the man himself.