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After three days of extreme sweat and fatigue from running between stages in Grant Park for Lollapalooza (post TK), ordinarily there'd be zero appeal to a midnight Sunday show in an overcapacity rock…   Read Story »
Craig Finn shared vocals with former Arab Strap guitarist Malcolm Middleton on '80s rock radio staple "Run To You" (along with Led Zeppelin's "Your Time Is Gonna Come" and Malcolm's own "Kiss At The…   Read Story »
When Brooklynite (and Percussion Lab owner) Praveen Sharma and Portlander Thomas Meluch (aka Kranky's Benoît Pioulard) join forces they're Praveen & Benoit. Praveen creates the arrangements,…   Read Story »
Shazam is useful, but if you're looking for the dorkiest musical iPhone app, check out Ocarina. It allows these kids to sit in a circle and play the recorder intro to "Stairway To Heaven." Bravo,…   Read Story »
Earlier this week, everyone agreed that it was a brilliant idea for Pagey, Jonesy, and Bonzo Jr. to tour without Robert Plant. Billboard suggests that "Zeppelin"'s new singer may be Miles Kennedy of…   Read Story »
John Paul Jones confirmed the possibility of a record and tour to BBC, noting that he, Jimmy Page, and Jason Bonham don't want someone who sounds like their regular lead singer. Maybe this guy's…   Read Story »
Olympics are over, guys. Now that everyone stopped running and swimming so fast we'll probably all go back to remembering how China can be sort of human abuse-y sometimes. But also we will never…   Read Story »
People in London are flipping their wigs, figuratively and probably literally too, at the news of the Foos show Saturday night in Wembley stadium. Billboard.com reports on This Moment In Rock…   Read Story »
Reprising their flirty "Gone Gone Gone" video last week, the Bonnaroo bound Robert Plant and Alison Krauss smiled and winked through a performance of their big ol', more and more ubiquitous Raising…   Read Story »
Of course we did a double take when we received the Bonnaroo lineup press release yesterday. But if the AP and the NME (now deleted) and the Chicago Sun Times (see here) had spent more than 30…   Read Story »