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Underrated early-'90s alt-poppers the Juliana Hatfield Three have reunited, and they're getting set to release the crowdfunded Whatever, My Love, their second album and their first in 12 years. First…   Read Story »
The Juliana Hatfield Three released exactly one album, 1993's pretty-great Become What You Are, before breaking up. They've recently reunited, and they're about to release the crowdfunded reunion…   Read Story »
Days after releasing comeback single "If I Could," the Juliana Hatfield Three have announced tour dates in support of their crowdfunded reunion album Whatever, My Love. They'll be playing their debut…   Read Story »
Earlier this year, Juliana Hatfield reunited the Juliana Hatfield Three, the alt-rock trio who made the sorta-classic 1993 album Become What You Are, to make a new crowdfunded LP. That album, somehow…   Read Story »
In 1993, after the Blake Babies disbanded, Juliana Hatfield teamed with Dean Fisher and Todd Phillips to record the album Become What You Are under the name the Juliana Hatfield Three. (Spin did a…   Read Story »
The new two-disc compilation I Saved Latin! A Tribute To Wes Anderson collects covers of songs from the soundtracks of Anderson's movies -- Telekinesis covers the Kinks' "This Time Tomorrow," Mike…   Read Story »
Last year, Matthew Caws of Nada Surf and Juliana Hatfield formed Minor Alps and put out the record Get There. Today they've shared this understated video following two kindred spirits as they spend…   Read Story »
This post is presented by Virgin Mobile who encourage you to #BreakFree. It seems that this year, moreso than ever, artists who were fed up with a lack of support from the music industry have…   Read Story »
Minor Alps, the duo comprised of indie rock vets Matthew Caws (Nada Surf) and Juliana Hatfield, first popped up mid-August when they released their debut track "Buried Plans." They'll release their…   Read Story »
"Far From The Roses" is a much livelier affair than the first song we heard from Minor Alps, the new project of Juliana Hatfield and Nada Surf's Matthew Caws. The charging song is carried by the dual…   Read Story »