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This show was incredibly sweaty. It was also really great, but the lead line must capture the scene, and the scene was full-coated body wetness in 285 Kent, the recently renovated and nicely…   Read Story »
We still have plenty of time and music left in 2011, but since we're at the halfway (or so) mark, we thought it made sense to pause and take stock of the best albums of the year so far. There was…   Read Story »
As suggested in this morning's Iceage photo gallery, the Danish teen BTW's debut New Brigade has been kicking around for a minute (x 2): It came out overseas in October via Escho/Tambourhinoceros…   Read Story »
It's been bubbling awhile, but the anticipation for Iceage's sold-out American live debut boiled-over in the weeks leading up to the Stereogum/Sacred Bones Northside Showcase at Public Assembly. The…   Read Story »
June's started on a hot streak: It made sense to counter the sweat by opening this Monthly Mix of recent standout free MP3s with a few chillier tracks. You don't want to hide out in the air…   Read Story »
As mentioned, young Danish punk quartet Iceage is playing its first Stateside show as part of another collaboration between Stereogum and Sacred Bones. It takes place 6/17 at Brooklyn's Public…   Read Story »
Cult Of Youth bassist Micki Pellerano directed this sexy, bloody black and white video for his Brooklyn BTW's dark howler, "The Pole-Star." If the feel's familiar, it's maybe because he also did that…   Read Story »
When posting Copenhagen quartet Iceage's "Collapse" and "New Brigade" -- and again when including them in 18 Dark Bands To Watch -- I mentioned that the young Gravity-nodding no-wave-infused…   Read Story »
It's not news that popular indie rock got a bit darker in 2010. Look no further than regular topics of conversation around here -- Zola Jesus, CREEP, Cold Cave, Salem, Tamaryn, Blessure Grave,…   Read Story »
Yesterday I tweeted "As far as young punks go, Iceage is more my speed. #swag" (How punk of me.) The added hashtag was obviously meant to extend the sentence: "As far as young punks go, Iceage is…   Read Story »