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Back in the day, Greg Dulli's wailing soul-rock band the Afghan Whigs lent a much-needed air of sex and danger to an alt-rock era dominated by Seattle-style self-flagellating. The band broke up in…   Read Story »
Last month, we reported that the version of the All Tomorrow's Parties festival that the formerly reclusive Neutral Milk Hotel frontman Jeff Mangum was curating had been postponed from a planned…   Read Story »
The original idea behind Public Enemy's set in the Asbury Park convention hall was that they'd play their landmark 1990 album Fear Of A Black Planet in full, for the first time ever. Well, they did…   Read Story »
Jeff Mangum has justifiably been getting the lion's share of the attention surrounding the I'll Be Your Mirror festival; when a reclusive indie god comes out of hiding, it's a big deal. But the…   Read Story »
Though the location has changed, the community feel of the All Tomorrow's Parties festival experience is still intact on New Jersey's Asbury Park boardwalk. Though nothing can match the vibe and…   Read Story »
The people at All Tomorrow's Parties have announced the schedule for their Portishead-curated I'll Be Your Mirror festival, which takes over Asbury Park, New Jersey the weekend after next. Perusing…   Read Story »
The summer slate of festivals can surely get a little overwhelming, as year after year, more and more events are added to an already-saturated calendar. That growth, given the fact that most of these…   Read Story »
Indie rock's white whale, Jeff Mangum, is playing this year's ATP Festival in Asbury, New Jersey in September. The three-day festival, called I'll Be Your Mirror, is curated by Portishead and will…   Read Story »
At this point people know what to expect from Kutscher's: The faded Catskills resort's crumbling walls held together by mold, broken everything (we were forced to do our own DIY toilet plumbing,…   Read Story »
This past weekend was the Matt Groening-curated ATP, which went down in Butlins, Minehead, UK. Iggy Pop and Toumani Diabate were the highlights of the first night (along with ATP staples Built To…   Read Story »