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It's just about the end of festival season, but Portland gave us one more this past weekend: Project Pabst, the Milwaukee beer company's music festival. The festival brought together Modest Mouse,…   Read Story »
Santigold's new video for "The Keepers" is an eerie suburban fantasy that places Santigold in the midst of some dark goings-on, all cast in a green, radioactive glow. Watch it below. Master Of…   Read Story »
A couple of years ago, I watched the Wu-Tang legend GZA perform a short set with the Black Lips, and it was, to put things diplomatically, not good. On Fuel TV's The Daily Habit last night, GZA tried…   Read Story »
And so it came to be on the day he had laptops talking about his 35-minute "Runaway," Kanye West  became the talk, at least over text and Twitter, of an industry festival otherwise reserved for,…   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 »
Devendra Banhart sports some serious Frank Zappa facial hair in this video, and gets friends like the Strokes' Fabrizio Moretti, MGMT's Andrew VanWyngarden, and GZA to guest star. But the most…   Read Story »
We waited all yesterday for this to pop up on iTunes and it's finally arrived... No strangers to the tradition of benefit recordings -- see the "David Christmas" 7", "Year Of The Pig," etc. -- Fucked…   Read Story »
We've seen indie rockers reach out to hip-hop's most recognizable collective (or at least the most recognizable hip-hop collective to indie rockers). But lately, it's been Wu-Tang Clan making the…   Read Story »
When Jessica spoke with Black Lips last year about their then-unreleased 200 Million Thousand, she reported the flower-punks were trying to get "a member or two of Wu-Tang Clan on a track," the band…   Read Story »
The Black Lips' songs, especially on 200 Million Thousand, possess a nice fuzzy texture and the Atlantans appropriate great garage-isms, but I've always been less than enthused by the band because…   Read Story »