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30 Essential Songs From The Golden Era Of Emo

Ask anyone old enough to drink what they think emo is, and you'll get about as many different responses as people willing to answer. They'll just about all be right, too (if Last.fm is any kind of reference, anyway). Everyone's nebulous identification and loose understanding of the genre is both its best and worst… More »

By: Patric Fallon / July 22, 2014

Meet Antemasque, Mars Volta Co-Leaders’ New Band With Flea

Just last year, things were not all good between Mars Volta/At The Drive-In co-leaders Cedric Bixler Zavala and Omar Rodríguez-López. Last January, the Mars Volta announced their breakup when Bixler Zavala let fly with a series of bitter, wounded tweets, angry that Rodríguez-López had gone off to tour with his new band Bosnian Rainbows:… More »

By: Tom Breihan / April 9, 2014

At The Drive-In – “One Armed Scissor (The Field Remix)”

The Field lends his minimalist hand to this rendition of At The Drive-In's hit "One Armed Scissor." While the original is one of the best ways to open an album -- intense immediacy, a battle cry for the triptych of urgency that kicks off Relationship Of Command -- the Field's subversion of it into a… More »

By: Claire Lobenfeld / April 2, 2013

Lollapalooza 2012: Jack White, The Walkmen, Dum Dum Girls, & More

For Saturday's recap and photos, click here. For Friday's recap and photos, click here. Sunday's recap below... In contrast to Saturday's torrential downpours, emergency weather evacuation, and general air of hecticness, Sunday floated by, with cooler temperatures and even occasional breeziness, to ease out of three long festival days. 1:30 p.m. @ TheMore »

By: Liz Pelly / August 6, 2012

Anywhere – “Dead Golden West” (Stereogum Premiere)

At The Drive-In and the Mars Volta frontman Cedric Bixler Zavala has been plenty busy with both of his bands this year, but he's also set to release an album with his new project Anywhere, a duo with former Triclops! member and Liquid Indian mastermind Christian Eric Beaulieu. The new project doesn't sound anything like… More »

By: Tom Breihan / July 13, 2012

Coachella 2012 Weekend 2 In Photos

With their first Coachella 2012 performances a not-quite-distant memory, over the weekend some artists engaged in live collaborations to make for unique experiences in their second fest go-around. John Fogerty joined the Black Keys, Annie Clark of St. Vincent sang with Andrew Bird, and Thom Yorke came out during Modeselektor's set to… More »

By: Andrew Youssef / April 23, 2012

15 Coachella 2012 Performances Not To Miss

COACHELLA BACK. And, this year, the bacchanalia stretches across two weekends featuring identical lineups, as well as an interim week of non-Coachella shows in L.A., so if you’re looking for live music in your city and there’s none to be had outside of that one bar band that always plays Happy Hour o… More »

By: Stereogum / April 12, 2012

Watch At The Drive-In Reunite In Austin

Texan post-hardcore greats At The Drive-In, a furious and galvanizing live force in their day, are back together and playing a bunch of festivals this summer, including Coachella this weekend. Before the big shows start, though, they're playing a quick run of warm-up shows in their home state. The first one went down last… More »

By: Tom Breihan / April 10, 2012

Reading & Leeds Lineup 2012

The initial lineups for the venerable UK fests Reading and Leeds were announced today, and the annual proceeds this year feature the likes of the Cure, Paramore, At The Drive-In, Justice, the Black Keys, Foo Fighters, Florence And The Machine and many, many more. The simultaneous fests, sharing a bill as always, take place August… More »

By: Corban Goble / March 12, 2012

At The Drive-In Reunite

Well, we sure as hell didn't see this coming. As Consequence Of Sound points out, the amazing livewire '90s/early-'00s Texan post-hardcore band At The Drive-In are back together and ready to make noise again. In the wake of the badass 2000 album Relationship Of Command, the band went on indefinite hiatus, spinning off into… More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 9, 2012