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Good news for Los Angeles residents: The great retro-rock quintet Free Energy is going to be spending some time in your city. The band is about to start a residence at the Echo, and this seems like…   Read Story »
Their album Love Sign was one of the more delirious and underrated blasts of power-pop fizz that anyone has released this year, and the great Philly rock band Free Energy are not done blowing hooks…   Read Story »
Free Energy's seriously great sophomore album Love Sign was pretty much one enormous and dizzy hook after, the melodic payoffs coming so quickly and frequently that experiencing them all at once was…   Read Story »
Tomorrow, the comedian and actor DC Pierson will publish Crap Kingdom, his second novel. It tells the story of a young man who discovers that he's the Chosen One in a not-that-great magical realm.…   Read Story »
Three years ago at SXSW, I saw Titus Andronicus and Free Energy play back-to-back. Both bands wrecked shop, but my favorite thing about the show was the way Titus stayed to watch Free Energy, taking…   Read Story »
I can't imagine any of the artists on this week's list had huge budgets to play around. Even Santigold, the one who could've presumably commanded a small pile of money to make a video, ended up doing…   Read Story »
Around the same time we were posting our piece about Free Energy's Love Sign, our new Album Of The Week, Free Energy were posting their video for the album track "Girls Want Rock," one of the many…   Read Story »
Rock critics aren't really expected to be forecasters of popular taste. And thank fuck for that, because I'm goddam terrible at it. The one time I ever wrote anything for Gawker, here's what I told…   Read Story »
Next week, the ferociously catchy and efficient Philadelphia power-poppers Free Energy will self-release Love Sign, their insanely fun sophomore album. We've already heard a whole bunch of great…   Read Story »
Free Energy's ridiculously fun and catchy sophomore LP Love Sign is a couple of weeks away from release, and we've already heard a ton of songs from it: "Electric Fever," "Dance All Night,"…   Read Story »