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"Bang Pop," an especially immediate track on Free Energy's fairly instant Stuck On Nothin', is more than worthy of the collection's bubblegum cover art and its own back-to-school NSFW "Hot For…   Read Story »
Free Energy went back to Philly (or rather, to a Philadelphia suburb) to film this ridiculously fun video for live favorite "Bang Pop." According to the press release, the band recruited 100 extras,…   Read Story »
"Free Energy" and its liberal use of cowbell and good-time guitar hooks opens the Philly group's official James Murphy-produced debut Stuck On Nothing. You may also recognize the previously released…   Read Story »
This year in music was great and we'rea gonna let it finish (sorry), but in terms of notable album releases the ship has sailed. No offense, 30 Seconds To Mars. While the Gummys' virtual poll booth…   Read Story »
As far as full-on noon-to-2AM marathon set hunting goes, Wednesday's spread won't be topped this year. In addition to bringing us memorable sets from two bands we'll be watching much more closely in…   Read Story »
Thanks to all who came and helped us usher in CMJ week at our kick-off party with the Believer last night. Everyone had fun! We think! Big thanks to the Studio staff and of course the bands --…   Read Story »
For this year's CMJ party we teamed up with The Believer to bring you an excellent night of music that will begin much earlier than last year's Late Night with Gang Gang Dance et al. The event takes…   Read Story »
The good-time Philly quartet take it down a notch on "Something In Common," the B-Side for their debut DFA "Free Energy" 7". Whereas the James Murphy-produced A-Side was all about '70s guitar parts…   Read Story »
Good-time classic-rocking James Murphy-produced Philadelphia quintet Free Energy have come up with an appropriately celebratory Scott Thrift-directed video for their eponymous "Free Energy" fight…   Read Story »
We posted about Philadelphia post-Hockey Night quintet Free Energy's catchy classic rock via their James Murphy and Eric Broucek-produced 7". It's out now on DFA because it's nice to dance to '70s…   Read Story »