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There’s obviously going to be a lot of nitpicking around She & Him. Every album’s subjected to scrutiny, but when a full-time actor or actress decides to showcase her songwriting chops, folks’ suspicions are usually stronger than his or her songs (right now Bruce Willis is somewhere out there eating his harmonica). If you’ve bee… More »

The queen of Starbucks Entertainment is back with her third album, and it’s a safe one. Like Come Away With Me and Feels Like Home (we liked both), the record has a couple that will grab you — but the rest is meant to be set on repeat while you have civilized company over for… More »

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M. Ward For President!

Head over to AOL’s The Interface for two live cuts from Post-War, “Paul’s Song” from Transistor Radio, and to listen to M. Ward’s smokey, mellow drawl in conversation. Funny how Conor Oberst’s presidential proclamation while doing Kilborn in ’04 was what it took to get Ward some niche-transcending buzz but, hey, it does make for… More »

By: Stereogum / October 20, 2006 - 12:29 pm

How Do I Work This?

This thing finally works again! Sorry for the lack of heads up, but I couldn’t even log into Movable Type to tell ya about Stereogum’s slow death on the old server. We’re now hosted by Media Temple and expect NO MORE blog blackouts. Here’s the buzz you’ve been craving.

Arcade Fire release their first… More »

By: Stereogum / March 9, 2005 - 8:52 am

Coming Soon To An iPod Near You

The year’s not over, but we can start buzzing about 2005’s hott releases…

JAN
Bright Eyes Digital Ash in a Digital Urn (Saddle Creek)
Chemical Brothers Push the Button (Astralwerks)
Low The Great Destroyer (Sub Pop)
Mercury Rev Secret Migration (V2 import … US release in May)

FEB
Aesop Rock Fast Cars, Danger,More »

By: Stereogum / December 17, 2004 - 5:44 pm
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