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If you're a younger guy in a band and you want to feel like a worthless chump, you'd do well to watch underground lifer Bob Mould blaze his way through his recent single "The Descent" on last night's…   Read Story »
We got our first listen to "The Descent," the lead single off Bob Mould's forthcoming Silver Age, at the beginning of this month; the song immediately announced itself as Mould's best composition…   Read Story »
Earlier this month, we posted "The Descent," the chunkily hooky new single from American indie founding father Bob Mould. And in the song's new video, Mould plays a character who goes from corporate…   Read Story »
Who knew the recent Sugar reissues were just leading up to Bob Mould totally reclaiming his former glory and ripping it up FU:EL style again? Who even thought that was possible? "The Descent" is the…   Read Story »
The San Francisco festival Noise Pop turns 20 this year, and as part of the celebration, a couple of legends are coming to town to play their classic albums in full. The Flaming Lips will play all of…   Read Story »
If Hüsker Dü or Sugar were before your time, do yourself a favor and dig up their old catalogs. Both venerable bands were fronted by Bob Mould, and an all-star assortment of music luminaries…   Read Story »
Last night, the Foo Fighters headlined Madison Square Garden, and they trotted out a couple of serious rock O.G.s during the encore. First off, Hüsker Dü frontman Bob Mould joined them to help out…   Read Story »
Thurston Moore brought two Demolished Thoughts tracks to Jimmy Fallon last night: He played "Circulation" on-air and "Blood Never Lies" as a web exclusive with the help of members of Hushed Arbors…   Read Story »
Dave Grohl asked his former Nirvana bandmate Krist Novoselic and Nevermind producer Butch Vig to help him out on the new "old school analogue" Foo Fighters album. NME reports Novoselic handles bass…   Read Story »
On Monday/Memorial Day the 9:30 Club celebrated its 30th Anniversary. For kids who grew up listening to and mythologizing D.C. hardcore, punk, and the like, the place needs no introduction. In case…   Read Story »