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Let's take a moment for Dave Brockie, better known as Gwar's Oderus Urungus, who died suddenly earlier this week. For decades, Brockie helped to pioneer a distinctly DIY music-video aesthetic. With…   Read Story »
New York synthpoppers Small Black will release their new EP Real People next week, and the title track, like first single "Lines Of Latitude," has backing vocals from fellow starry-eyed synthpopper…   Read Story »
Last year, the Brooklyn synthpoppers Small Black released their album Limits Of Desire, one of the best and most underrated examples of giddy sunkissed New Order-style indie-bloop I've heard in…   Read Story »
The former Vivian Girls/Crystal Stilts/Dum Dum Girls member Frankie Rose has been releasing some wonderfully swoony indie-pop solo albums over the last few years, and now she's half of a new duo…   Read Story »
Last month, the postpunk and garage-rock scene veteran Frankie Rose released Herein Wild, her third solo album and her second album of evocative, swirling new wave. And now, her fellow New York…   Read Story »
Yesterday, former Dum Dum Girls/Vivian Girls/Crystal Stilts member Frankie Rose performed "Into Blue", a song off of her forthcoming record Herein Wild, on a rooftop in Brooklyn. In the video of her…   Read Story »
Frankie Rose (formerly of Crystal Stilts, Dum Dum Girls, and Vivian Girls) has been putting out some excellent singles in anticipation of her upcoming solo album Herein Wild. Now you can hear the…   Read Story »
This week, we saw two bizarre-yet-totally sensical collabs from !!! with Main Attrakionz and Icona Pop and Zebra Katz, and they are talking points, for sure, indicative of how there are truly no…   Read Story »
Frankie Rose, the former Vivian Girls/Crystal Stilts/Dum Dum Girls supporting player, went chiffon new wave on last year's solo album Interstellar, and it was awesome. She'll follow that one up next…   Read Story »
She'd already gone solo, but last year, the former Vivian Girls/Crystal Stilts/Dum Dum Girls supporting player Frankie Rose completely broke out and became her own thing, releasing the very enjoyable…   Read Story »