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Whatever you want to call this ongoing hubbub about Julian Casablancas and his disdain for New York City brunch crowds and/or hotshot GQ reporters -- Brunchgate? Brunchghazi? -- consider today's…   Read Story »
Last month, my friend Zach Baron wrote what I thought was a warm and empathetic GQ profile of Julian Casablancas, whose album Tyranny was about to come out. In the story, after some prodding,…   Read Story »
Julian Casablancas + The Voidz played "Human Sadness" live for the first time at his secret album release show at Brooklyn's Shea Stadium that took place last Monday night. They did an extended…   Read Story »
Julian Casablancas and Karen O came to international attention in 2001 as part of the burgeoning NYC rock scene, and both artists just released new albums, Tyranny and Crush Songs, respectively. In…   Read Story »
Yesterday, Julian Casablancas released the self-consciously wacky and all-over-the-place Tyranny, his first album with his new backing band the Voidz. And they marked the occasion by performing their…   Read Story »
If you've never lived in New York, you may have never experienced the whole secret-show rush: You find out about a famous band playing in some way-too-small club tonight, you freak out, you rush to…   Read Story »
Julian Casablancas has been working on Tyranny, his solo album with new backing band the Voidz, for a while now, and the thing was a controversial discussion-subject before anyone even heard the…   Read Story »
Tyranny -- either the second Julian Casablancas solo record after 2009's Phrazes For The Young or the debut album by Julian Casablancas + The Voidz, depending on how you want to look at it -- is a…   Read Story »
Julian Casablancas + The Voidz will make their television debut on Fallon next week. Obviously, it's not the first time Casablancas has done the late-night rounds between the Strokes and his previous…   Read Story »
Last week, we heard the first single off Julian Casablancas + The Voidz' upcoming LP, Tyranny. That track, "Human Sadness," was 11 minutes of impressionistic, melodic drift. Today, BBC Radio 6…   Read Story »