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Yesterday we got a look behind the scenes of perpetual party monger Andrew W.K.'s new Adult Swim show, which promises to blend together the worlds of AWK, Dan Deacon, and Bubbles from The Wire into a…   Read Story »
Over a career that's seen him evolve from outsider musician to outlandishly infectious personality, Andrew W.K. has covered his pop cultural bases: writing and producing his way through a master list…   Read Story »
Last night Studio B hosted New York mag's third NYxNY Indie Rock Karaoke jam. Following in the steps of previous installments with of Montreal and the Thermals, this one featured Ted Leo + RX, with…   Read Story »
As mentioned, New York Mag's all set up for the third installment of their too-much-fun Indie Rock Karaoke series: Andrew W.K. as host, with a full set + a karaoke jam by Ted Leo + RX. After losing…   Read Story »
Two days after their 'Roo debut, VW played Summerstage (with Born Ruffians, Kid Sister, and host Andrew W.K.) in NYC's Central Park for free. That's Ezra Koenig drenched by rain, not sweat, captured…   Read Story »
The transgendered cabaret harpist Baby Dee first bleeped on our radar via her associations with David Tibet and Antony a few years back, but it was her third album, Safe Inside The Day that's…   Read Story »
Sort of. He actually turns host John McLaughlin's words into a catchy little song (that sounds strangely similar to other catchy little W.K. songs). You don't need to tell us Andrew's multi-talented…   Read Story »
CMJ 2007 will be remembered for ... not a lot, sadly. And not just 'cause everybody was boozed up. Folks will probably hold on to how it was every bit as exhausting as years past but not every bit as…   Read Story »
With the help of Andrew, we've already uncovered what partying at CMJ's like for the fest folks parading around the Lower East Side; for the second and final installment of the Stereogum + Andrew…   Read Story »
CMJ: The chance to have your eardrums bludgeoned by a thousand bands. Of course we're trying to catch as many acts as possible for you ... but the seedy party underbelly of the fest isn't confined…   Read Story »