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On their excellent, highly listenable "rock opera" David Comes To Life, Fucked Up continue to expand and add layers while remaining true to their original core. Outside the sound, I like that since…   Read Story »
Fucked Up's released the second of four digital singles from their forthcoming 18-song "rock opera" David Comes To Life. It's a bit more FU-like than the Brit Pop-influenced (and totally enjoyable)…   Read Story »
Fucked Up's third album David Comes To Life is an 18-song, 78-minute rock opera, aka "an album set to a play." No word on the exact storyline yet, but we are told it's more melodic, externalizes…   Read Story »
But make sure you read the entire post at Looking For Gold first. At the very least, you'll get some hotly tipped Australian "dance-rock," though after a few wrong turns, you'll also find a wav file…   Read Story »
So that happened. It'll take a few days of drying out and shutting eyes to come to terms with all that transpired in Las Vegas this weekend, though in the spirit of Matador's three-day, boozy, purely…   Read Story »
At this point people know what to expect from Kutscher's: The faded Catskills resort's crumbling walls held together by mold, broken everything (we were forced to do our own DIY toilet plumbing,…   Read Story »
Beyond taking place in beautiful Oslo, Norway one of Øya Festival's strongest points is its eclecticism: When I attended in 2006 (and met Amrit), I was excited by Enslaved, the Knife, and Morrissey…   Read Story »
The 7-minute "Opium Priest" comes from Serena-Maneesh's Best split 12" with Fucked Up (who contributed "Here Lies"). It's a previously unreleased track from the S-M 2: Abyss in B Minor sessions…   Read Story »
Fucked Up record songs base on the Chinese Zodiac (and, as we mentioned, often for charities). "Year Of the Ox" celebrates the one that just passed (we're in a tiger year now), and features Zola…   Read Story »
Jesus Lizard put on great shows in the '90s. Just as intense, albeit in a different way, were Guided By Voices' acrobatic karate-kicking, beer-swilling collagist epics. It's unclear if Robert Pollard…   Read Story »