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Last month at her birthday party at Brooklyn's Baby's All Right, former Like member Tennessee Thomas debuted a band called Summer Moon which features the Strokes' Nikolai Fraiture on vocals and bass,…   Read Story »
I first learned about the music scene roulette known as the Rock Lottery when some industrious creative types in Columbus started throwing their own annual holiday spinoff, the Rock Potluck, about a…   Read Story »
Mazzy Star's "Fade Into You" remains one of the iconic songs of the '90s, and now Au Revoir Simone have taken on the task of covering it. Though they've included the song in live sets, the synth-pop…   Read Story »
Studio wizard Todd Rundgren has made a nice habit of remixing other artists in the last couple of years. Following a surprise Lindstrøm rework, his take on "Elephant" by Tame Impala was the best of…   Read Story »
Four years after their last album, 2009's Still Night, Still Light, the synthy Brooklyn dream-pop duo Au Revoir Simone are back with their next LP Move In Spectrums. That's a long time, but the trio…   Read Story »
I interviewed Anton Corbijn once, and he's a totally lovely human being. I liked his beaten-down Ian Curtis biopic Control and his deconstructed George Clooney spy movie The American. He takes pretty…   Read Story »
Au Revoir Simone have done something pretty ambitious in their new video for "Crazy," the single off their upcoming album. The video aims to remake Martin Scorsese's lesser-known (by Scoresese…   Read Story »
Brooklyn's Au Revoir Simone deliver rock vibes and a supremely catchy hook with "Crazy." It comes from their upcoming LP Move In Spectrums from which we've already heard the vibrant love song…   Read Story »
The reverb-happy, harmony-heavy New York synth trio Au Revoir Simone took four years to follow up their debut album Still Night, Still Light, but that sophomore effort Move In Spectrums is almost…   Read Story »
It's been four years since Au Revoir Simone have released a proper full-length (2009's Still Night, Still Light) but they are back this autumn with Move In Spectrums. "Somebody Who" is a soft, whispy…   Read Story »