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In its 12th year, Øya Festival brought another diverse set of artists to Oslo's Medieval Park over four days last week. Among the performers were Blur, the Knife, Kraftwerk, Kendrick Lamar, Slayer,…   Read Story »
This week, for the 237th time, our country tis of thee will celebrate its Miss Independence. Which means that this week, for the fourth time, our blog will celebrate the arrival of Cruel Summer, our…   Read Story »
The excellent Danish punk band Lower are part of the same Copenhagen scene that produced Iceage and Vår (as well as Marching Church and Sexdrome, among others). Based only on the few higher-profile…   Read Story »
The first two tracks to be released from Iceage's sophomore album, You're Nothing -- "Coalition" and "Ecstasy" -- are also the first two tracks on the album. (However, while "Coalition" was the first…   Read Story »
By the end of last year, compiling Monthly Mixes became a sad task. Each month I'd scan in sadness, watching our strongest songs presented as straight-to-Soundcloud affairs, our music business…   Read Story »
Iceage have played New York City like a dozen times since the release of their still-great 2011 debut album, New Brigade -- no small feat for a bunch of 20-year-olds from Copenhagen -- and I have…   Read Story »
The bloodthirsty young Danish punk band Iceage have signed to Matador, and next month, they'll release You're Nothing, the follow-up to their 2011 debut New Brigade. Last night, they let fly with the…   Read Story »
Elias Bender Rønnenfelt is probably best known for being the vocalist and guitarist of the excellent Danish post-punk band, Iceage, and probably second-best known for being the frontman for Vår…   Read Story »
Last week, from 9/10 - 9/16, the Incubate festival moved into the city of Tilburg, in the Netherlands. Along with a range of other cultural offerings, Incubate hosted more than 300 musical acts in a…   Read Story »
Sunday’s lineup at Pitchfork opened with the promise of two “secret” guest spots – one that happened, one that didn’t – and an extremely anticipated sets from festival closers Vampire…   Read Story »