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In keeping with my newfound traditions of saying nice things about Gwar in the intros to these posts, the music-related video I enjoyed most this week was this, the YouTube commercial for Gwar's…   Read Story »
Next month, Andy Butler's exultant disco-house project Hercules & Love Affair, will give us the new album The Feast Of The Broken Heart, and we've already heard first single "Do You Feel The Same?,"…   Read Story »
Elton John's 1973 smash hit album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is getting a blowout 40th anniversary reissue this spring, and part of the usual bonus feature motherlode (a disc of live recordings, a…   Read Story »
Dance producers were getting it done this week. There were so many great dance (or dance-influenced pop) videos this week that I wish MTV would reboot Amp so that stoned college kids could come home…   Read Story »
Last year former Czars frontman John Grant released Pale Green Ghosts, an intensely emotional album of disco styled tracks. The album closed however with the appropriately named "Glacier," a nearly…   Read Story »
The former Czars frontman John Grant went to Iceland to record last year's Pale Green Ghosts, a sneakily powerful album about living with HIV. It flew a bit under the radar, though we did post the…   Read Story »
By the end of last year, compiling Monthly Mixes became a sad task. Each month I'd scan in sadness, watching our strongest songs presented as straight-to-Soundcloud affairs, our music business…   Read Story »
The former Czars frontman John Grant is a world traveler who's made a ton of music in a bunch of different genres. His last solo album, 2010's Queen Of Denmark, was meditative folk-rock, recorded…   Read Story »
We rarely conduct interviews at Stereogum. Bands inevitably answer the same questions over and over again, and that's no fun for anyone. But if we could catch our favorite musicians between album…   Read Story »