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VH1 just aired the debut episode of a new show, "For What It's Worth," exploring "the intricate world of music and pop culture memorabilia" from the perspective of "the collector." The debut features…   Read Story »
Yesterday, I was walking through the Brooklyn neighborhood to which I moved not three weeks ago, when I fell upon an indie video store that had just that day announced a going-out-of-business…   Read Story »
About two thirds of the way through last night's endless Grammy ceremony, Justin Timberlake ambled onstage for the second time, this time to flank Recording Academy CEO and inveterate pirate-scolder…   Read Story »
The Grammys! We spent altogether too much of last night watching and talking about them, and now it's time to pick through the refuse for the gems. Not too surprisingly, two of the best performances…   Read Story »
There was a lively conversation in the m b v comments yesterday regarding the subject of taking drugs to enhance (or not) one's experience listening to music. But what about -- to borrow a classic…   Read Story »
I'm having special levels of good feeling toward Jack White right now, after watching my Baltimore Ravens advance in the playoffs in Ray Lewis's last-ever home game. (Ravens fans like to chant the…   Read Story »
On Portlandia's special holiday episode, there was a sketch in which Fred Armisen played a nervous, vintage-gear-obsessed studio engineer who uses the phrase Pet Sounds over and over, like a…   Read Story »
Jack White and Conan O'Brien have a long history together. During the peak of their meteoric rise, the White Stripes played a week-long residency at Late Night With Conan O'Brien. Then, Conan showed…   Read Story »
A couple days ago, as part of a "First Look" online teaser for their new print edition, Esquire UK shared a few quotes from their new cover story on Jack White, and those quotes included what…   Read Story »
The metal rag Decibel was the first prominent publication to drop a year-end best-albums list, but MOJO, that boomer-friendliest of all the major UK rock magazines, isn't far behind. Given the…   Read Story »