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A few weeks back, we premiered Low's cover of Bruce Springsteen's "I'm On Fire," and it was great (more on that below). It's their contribution to a forthcoming Springsteen tribute titled Dead Man's…   Read Story »
As the story goes there was once a band called DeYarmond Edison that was having difficulties and decided to break up. Three of the members formed Megafaun, while their ex-frontman, Justin Vernon,…   Read Story »
1994 was a big year for reclamations. Quentin Tarantino pulled John Travolta from Look Who's Talking-franchise purgatory, gave him the closest thing Pulp Fiction had to a lead role, and reignited his…   Read Story »
Among the attributes necessary for pop stardom, a powerhouse voice is not typically on the shortlist. From Madonna to Rihanna, pop singers have long been able to excel at their occupation without the…   Read Story »
Earlier this week, Johnny Cash's lost 1980s album Out Among The Stars finally saw the light of day. La Blogothèque put together a beautifully shot tribute to the late artist featuring Brandon…   Read Story »
I didn't write this column last week, since SXSW was just about monopolizing my attention. So we've got two weeks' worth of videos to sort through here. But for whatever reason, it was still a bit of…   Read Story »
The late Johnny Cash's lost 1980s album Out Among The Stars is out later this month, and today director John Hillcoat delivered his video for the project's single, "She Used To Love Me A Lot."…   Read Story »
Later this month the world will get to hear Out Among The Stars a lost album of Johnny Cash's from the '80s. We've already heard a couple of songs off it, including the Waylon Jennings duet "I'm…   Read Story »
Toronto punk band Odonis Odonis are getting ready to put out their new album Hard Boiled, Soft Boiled this spring. For a taste of the "hard boiled" side of the record you can listen to their recent…   Read Story »
This year will see the release of Out Among The Stars, a collection of Johnny Cash songs from a lost session in the early '80s. It's always fascinating when "lost albums" resurface, and this one…   Read Story »