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Lonnie Holley is a 63-year-old visual artist from Birmingham, Alabama, and he's been a part of the so-called outsider art world for more than 30 years. Late last year, he released Just Before Music,…   Read Story »
When people talk about Divine Fits, they generally don't complain that the band lacks for A-list indie-frontman star power -- for most bands, Britt Daniel and Dan Boeckner would be able to hold it…   Read Story »
Ever since I was old enough to complain, my dad took great pleasure in the act of dragging my always-resistant ass to music festivals. A summer full of glorious music for him meant a summer full of…   Read Story »
At an Atlas Sound show in Minneapolis earlier this week, some heckler requested a cover of the Knack's new wave nugget "My Sharona." Frontman (and, for this tour, sole member) Bradford Cox responded…   Read Story »
All hell broke loose during last night's Atlas Sound show in Minneapolis when an audience member jokingly yelled "My Sharona," referencing the Knack's classic track, and Bradford Cox took him up on…   Read Story »
In January, Brooklyn Academy of Music announced that it would host a spring festival curated by the National's Bryce and Aaron Dessner, and today that event, called Crossing Brooklyn Ferry (a…   Read Story »
The next stop on the Gummys express is Your Top 20 Indie Rock Crushes Of 2011; ten females, ten males, one Gosling. Hit the gallery to check out the winners of this award, truly the people's…   Read Story »
Atlas Sound's Parallax leaked last week and Bradford Cox's latest solo venture got a quick Premature Evaluation size-up. Now, the record has hit the web in full alongside a track-by-track commentary…   Read Story »
Alright, y'all know what time it is. It's the Halloweekend, and today we've got some of the best tracks from the last month that fit nicely into whatever theme-heavy environment you're trying to…   Read Story »
The latest solo record from one-man four-track recorder Bradford Cox is probably his most accessible release under the moniker, striking a pretty even balance between the hazier Atlas Sound material…   Read Story »