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For someone who kind of hates touring and would rather be hanging out in the woods than playing shows, Jason Lytle has already had a pretty busy year. Hot on the heels of finishing up a successful…   Read Story »
Grandaddy frontman Jason Lytle is reuniting his old psych-pop band, but he's also gearing up to release his new solo album Dept. Of Disappearance. We've already heard the title track, and now Lytle…   Read Story »
Even though Jason Lytle ┬áhas a new solo album, he managed to work in some reunion dates with much loved Grandaddy. Their triumphant David Cross approved set at Outside Lands rightfully necessitated…   Read Story »
Over the weekend, thousands of fans flocked to this year's Outside Lands at Golden Gate Park. Overcast and chilly weather was offset by the fire from the Metallica pyrotechnics and warm vibes from…   Read Story »
Late-'90s/early-'00s psych-pop OGs Grandaddy announced a reunion earlier this year, but frontman Jason Lytle isn't putting his solo career on hold. Lytle just announced that he'd release a new solo…   Read Story »
On the new tribute album Spirit Of Talk Talk, a number of prominent musicians assemble to show love to Talk Talk, the great British experimental pop band. Depeche Mode's Alan Wilder curated the…   Read Story »
Wide-eyed space-pop explorers Grandaddy, who broke up in 2006, are joining the ever-growing list of reunited bands; they'll reassemble to play at least a few shows this year. As NME reports, they've…   Read Story »
Admiral Radley kicked off their tour with a free show at L.A.'s Hammer Museum. It's appropriate: the Hammer Museum is where the band decided on their name, via Admiral Radley himself. According to…   Read Story »
At different times, Midlake and The Sophtware Slump-era Grandaddy were getting Radiohead comparisons. Both have moved on from the label (for better or worse) or moved on entirely, as Lytle has. In…   Read Story »
Admiral Radley is made up of Aaron Espinoza and Ariana Murray from Earlimart and Jason Lytle and Aaron Burtch of Grandaddy. The band sounds like a good mix of both projects (their bio says they were…   Read Story »