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He's gone from slagging L.A. to moving there, but on Monday Ben Gibbard was rooting for his home team, performing "Take Me Out To The Ballgame" and covering John Fogerty's "Centerfield" with the rest…   Read Story »
There's nothing like an unplugged Ben Gibbard set to remind you that the man has refined a signature style of storytelling. And there's nothing like an unplugged Ben Gibbard unveiling his cover of…   Read Story »
Comedian Joe Mande and our own Scott Lapatine sat down with Ben Gibbard to have a quick talk before our Range Life party got underway. Aside from thinking they were gonna have a chat with Beth…   Read Story »
"It's early Saturday afternoon and you guys are still drinking, aren't you. You're just like, 'I can take off next week to dry up and process everything that happened during SXSW.'" Well no Ben…   Read Story »
South By Southwest is nearly upon us, and as you may have expected, we're in the mood to celebrate. We even got a new outfit for the occasion. Or really, got an occasion for the new outfit: After…   Read Story »
Some said Dreamin' Man -- essentially Harvest Moon Live '92 -- was a curious choice for the latest of Neil Young's Archives. But Harvest is an undeniable high point along the NY discography, which…   Read Story »
Actor Tim Robbins curated the WTF?! Festival this weekend in Culver City to raise money for the ailing non-for-profit Actors' Gang arts organization, inviting fellow actor Ben Gibbard and his rock…   Read Story »
When MTV's college-obsessed little sister station mtvU announced the nominations for this year's Woodie Awards, we had some fun trying to make sense of the logic underlying the way in which they had…   Read Story »
In our continuing Twilight coverage.... For those of you who thought maybe Owl City's Postal Service plagiarism would inspire Ben Gibbard to jam with Jimmy Tamborello on some post-Give Up material…   Read Story »
In an interview with EW, Adam Young (aka laptop sensation Owl City) admits his no. 1 single "Fireflies" and the Postal Service in general "are pretty similar," but at the same time claims he's "a lot…   Read Story »