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We need to have a conversation about Coldplay. Chris Martin's band has been a punchline since that first fresh-faced beach walk, and there are some good reasons for that. When your debut album…   Read Story »
Deadmau5 came in at fifth on this year's Forbes list of highest-paid DJs ($21 million!), so he isn't exactly hurting for cash, but getting stiffed for $200,000 is never a pleasant experience. That's…   Read Story »
So last night the unthinkable happened: Paulvana, Nirmacca, Nicartney -- whatever they're calling themselves (Abomination is taken) -- performed at the 12-12-12 Concert For Sandy Relief at Madison…   Read Story »
The only real question here is how did it take this long for this to happen: (This is a real band called Miracles Of Modern Science, btw.) See also: TeBowie. See also: (F)Li Foxes. Since…   Read Story »
The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame has announced its 2011 Nominees and Alice Cooper, Donovan, Dr. John, and Neil Diamond are first time nominees. As are Bon Jovi, who get to leave our perpetual bridesmaids…   Read Story »
It's frustrating when texting "Haiti" to 90999 is the best most of us can do to counter the overwhelming devastation in that country, but that's a reflection both of our limited day-to-day resources…   Read Story »
Dan Rosensweig insists his company's offer to desecrate Kurt Cobain's legacy was crystal clear and that Dave and Krist should take it up with Nirvana's estate. Jon Bon Jovi's weighed in too. No doubt…   Read Story »
Not to mention Bush, Megadeth, and Public Enemy. Last week we reported that the Nirvana frontman has been licensed as a videogame character, complete with Daniel Johnston t-shirt. Frances Bean's rent…   Read Story »
Last night Austin's Stubb's Bar-B-Q hosted the live debut of Decemberists' Hazards Of Love, the latest morbid prog opera from a band famous for them. NPR.org streamed the ambitious performance of…   Read Story »
Take our ink-stained hands and join us at the OldStand, where Jon McMillan goes to remind everyone what an honest-to-goodness music magazine is supposed to look like. For the cover story, Bob…   Read Story »