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Dandy Warhols To Give Away EP Exclusive In Stores Across America

Aren’t those Dandys sweet? Starting tomorrow, July 19th, they are giving fans a taste of their remixing talents and offering …Read the Rest

18 Jul 2008 | More

Deerhunter’s ‘Microcastle’ due in October; NIN Tour

Deerhunter have confirmed details for its new record, Microcastle, due on October 28, 2008 via Kranky (N.A.) and 4AD (ROW). …Read the Rest

14 Jul 2008 | More

Son, Ambulance – ‘Someone Else’s Deja Vu’

Saddle Creek’s Son, Ambulance return with a pastoral, sun-lit collection of soft psychedelia on their latest album Someone Else’s Deja …Read the Rest

10 Jul 2008 | More

The Dutchess and the Duke – ‘She’s the Dutchess, He’s the Duke’

Kimberly Morrison and Jesse Lortz are your friends. They’re those friends that show up at your doorstep unannounced after months …Read the Rest

9 Jul 2008 | More

Ambulance Ltd NYC show and album update

Those of you who know him and who happen to live in NYC may have seen frontman Marcus Congleton around …Read the Rest

9 Jul 2008 | More

The Black Ghosts – ‘The Black Ghosts’

You would think that equal parts Simian and The Wiseguys would result in a strange amalgamation of mediocre electro/dance/rock/hip-hop songs …Read the Rest

9 Jul 2008 | More

Albert Hammond, Jr: All Aboard the Happy Rocket

The new Albert Hammond, Jr. record was almost called Cockpit Voice Recordings if you can believe it. But the curly-headed guy with the guitar worried it wouldn’t be light enough; too “serious in the wrong way,” even. He worries about these things.

8 Jul 2008 | 1 comment | More

Laura Marling: Dubiously Religious, Certainly Without Pretension

Donned in skinny jeans, mary janes and an oversized white t-shirt, Laura Marling fits any niche in downtown Manhattan; with her doe eyes and pastel skin, she’s seemingly innocent. Her blonde hair is beginning to show the darker roots that have grown in and her charming British accent is pleasantly soothing.

8 Jul 2008 | 1 comment | More

Tricky: Honored to Meet You

Adrian Thaws (aka Tricky) was once touted as a master of the 90′s trip-hop scene, but when interviewing him that’s one term I strictly avoided. It’s known that he prefers not to talk about the genre, so it was a relief not to babble about the past and instead, to learn more about the future of this legend in the making.

8 Jul 2008 | 1 comment | More

The Dandy Warhols: Live Long and Prosper

In this over-processed age of here now, gone tomorrow bands, it’s comforting to know that old school acts like The …Read the Rest

8 Jul 2008 | 4 comments | More