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The weekend may be here but "Weird Al" week marches on. His latest video is a Pixies pastiche and sees him ranting about "First World Problems," like not being able to fast forward commercials during…   Read Story »
The literary giant Alexis Krauss said it best: It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. From big-budget campaigns to no-budget crowdfunding, the haves and have-nots alike made selling…   Read Story »
There are no words, really. Are there? The headline says it all. The subtext? I, Amanda Palmer, am trolling the fuck out of you, Stereogum. But let's put aside our own narcissism for a moment!…   Read Story »
These days, Amanda Palmer lives with her husband, author Neil Gaiman, near Minneapolis, but as you might know, Palmer's formative years were spent on the streets of Boston, working as a "living…   Read Story »
Last week, Amanda Palmer was one of the speakers at the TED2013 conference, and she delivered an affecting 13-and-a-half-minute speech titled "The Art Of Asking," in which she detailed her rise from…   Read Story »
Another week, like last week, when people had other things going on and weren't cranking out music videos with the consistently that they might otherwise. It makes sense. After watching the grand…   Read Story »
Wayne Coyne co-directed Amanda Palmer's new NSFW video, for the track "Do It With A Rockstar," in which porn star Stoya does it with rockstar Palmer. (Stoya is the redhead in the above pic.) The clip…   Read Story »
Our long national nightmare is over. After a week of criticism, rationalizing, more criticism, and more rationalizing, Amanda Palmer has announced that she will now pay money to the crowd-sourced…   Read Story »
You'd think this Amanda Palmer-Steve Albini beef would just die a quiet death, wouldn't you? Not just yet, if either of the two subjects have anything to say about it. (And they do! In fact, it seems…   Read Story »
Suicidal Tendencies have released seven LPs since their 1983 self-titled debut -- and that includes a couple of legit punk-funk-metal-crossover classics in 1987's Join The Army and 1988's How Will I…   Read Story »