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The punk rock legend Bob Mould announced a new album called Beauty & Ruin around the same time he appeared on Letterman to play Workbook's "See A Little Light" last month. Mould has now shared a song…   Read Story »
Besides fronting Split Single (Britt Daniel's other other band), indie-rock veteran Jason Narducy is a member of the Bob Mould Band and Superchunk and has logged time playing with Verbow, Robert…   Read Story »
Indie rock O.G. Bob Mould has "a compact epic" called Beauty & Ruin coming out on Merge this June, and he just reissued his 1989 solo debut Workbook under the name Workbook 25. No music from the new…   Read Story »
Every one of these Anniversary stories is celebrating a bygone moment, of course -- that's the nature of looking back on an album a decade or two after its release -- but few if any subjects seem so…   Read Story »
Over 100,000 fans hit the Seattle Center for this year's Bumbershoot over Labor Day weekend. Performers included Kendrick Lamar, MGMT, Fun., Heart, Gary Numan, and Death Cab For Cutie playing their…   Read Story »
Hüsker Dü legend and punk lifer Bob Mould has put in some absolutely ferocious late-night TV performances in recent months, and last night, he brought his insanely undiminished intensity to Late…   Read Story »
Bob Mould's terrific 2012 album Silver Age opens with three flawless tracks -- "Star Machine," the title track, and "The Descent" -- none of which are especially lighthearted, but now two of them…   Read Story »
Over the course of his three-decade run as one of the preeminent geniuses in rock and roll, Bob Mould has shared a great deal of himself through his work, while somehow remaining something of a…   Read Story »
A packed El Rey Theater in Los Angeles was treated to the second-to-last performance of Sugar's classic album Copper Blue. Fresh off their appearance on Conan, Bob Mould, Jason Narducy, and Jon…   Read Story »
Last month, we saw former Hüsker Dü/Sugar frontman and general all-around indie-punk deity Bob Mould utterly wrecking shit on Letterman. Last night, we got an encore of sorts, and Mould once again…   Read Story »