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The Dead Weather Confirm “Horehound” for July 14, Announce New Tour Dates

There sure is a lot of hope, hype and heat around this here band from Nashville, Tennessee. Something to do with a pairing of Jack White and a rascally lady named Alison Mosshart and the promise of sexually charged blues-rock freak outs, as evidenced by current single “Hang You From the Heavens.”

11 May 2009 | More

Black Acid at Monkey Town, Brooklyn, NY, 5.08.09

If listening to records of Cabaret Voltaire for the first time, while sitting at the dome of an empty theater …Read the Rest

10 May 2009 | More

Great Northern and Eulogies at The Bowery Ballroom, NYC 5.07.09

“Hello New York!” is frontwoman Rachel Stolte’s sweet, no-fuss greeting before the band kicks into “Story”, one of the scorchers …Read the Rest

8 May 2009 | More

Tiny Animals – “Sweet Sweetness”

This debut from Tiny Animals, a trio that hails from New York City, is mixed by musical wunderkind Claudius Mittendorfer, who’s worked with bands including Interpol, Brand New, Franz Ferdinand, the Foo Fighters and Muse.

8 May 2009 | 1 comment | More

Fever Ray to Tour North America This Fall

Fever Ray (aka Karin Dreijer Andersson of The Knife, featured as our Sentimentalist Magazine cover artist last month) will bring …Read the Rest

8 May 2009 | More

Damian Lazarus – ‘Smoke the Monster Out’

I am in New York’s Chinatown, in a hell I like to visit when the morning brings nothing but a …Read the Rest

8 May 2009 | More

Jarvis Cocker Attempts to Answer “What is Music For?” By Playing in a Paris Art Gallery

What is life?  What is art?  What is music for?  The last question was one asked of former Pulp frontman, …Read the Rest

8 May 2009 | More

Hot Chip Remix Fischerspooner’s We Are Electric

We are celebrating the fiery new Fischerspooner release, Entertainment, by sharing this tantalizing tune with you, remixed by none other …Read the Rest

6 May 2009 | 1 comment | More

Fischerspooner – “Entertainment”

Channeling my club-kid within is getting harder and harder as the genre of dance becomes so complex, I constantly wonder where the New Orders and Morricone’s of the world have gone. But on Fischerspooner’s third release, Entertainment, memories of decent club music that is actually danceable doesn’t disappoint.

6 May 2009 | More