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Tim Hardin, most famous for writing "If I Were A Carpenter," was one of the less-appreciated lights of the early-'60s folk music boom, but a new tribute compilation aims to give the man a little more…   Read Story »
Washington's Sasquatch! Festival took place over the weekend, a heavy-hitting four day lineup featuring people like Jack White, St. Vincent. Bon Iver, Beck, Sanitgold, the Shins, Feist, Metric and…   Read Story »
My two favorite music videos this week were slow, lyrical depictions of combat sports full of squalid shots of slovenly audience members and slow-motion images of gladiators at work. So, a note to…   Read Story »
Though it's been a while since the LP that "Another Night Out" was featured on came out, that didn't stop UK production duo UNKLE from putting out a dramatic black-and-white clip almost two years…   Read Story »
A year and a half ago, I had a perfectly lovely telephone conversation with Isobel Campbell, the former Belle & Sebastian member who has recorded three ultra-satisfying albums of Nancy Sinatra…   Read Story »
Name: Mark Lanegan Progress Report: The songwriter talks about Blues Funeral, his first solo album in nearly 8 years. It should come as no surprise to anyone familiar with his music that Mark…   Read Story »
The former Screaming Trees frontman and great whiskey-dipped American growler Mark Lanegan will release the new solo album Blues Funeral early next year, and the lead single and opening track "The…   Read Story »
Aggronautix, the same company behind the slash nonfiction comix book Henry & Glenn Forever (depicting a loving spousal relationship between Henry Rollins and Glenn Danzig), has a series of musician…   Read Story »
The Belle & Sebastian-curated ATP Bowlie 2 took place earlier this week (December 10-12) at Butlins Holiday Centre, Minehead. (In 1999 B&S curated The Bowlie Weekender, which ultimately…   Read Story »
Hey, what are members of the Velvet Underground up to? Lots, apparently: John Cale played all of his 1973 album, Paris 1919 at UCLA's Royce Hall with his band and the UCLA Philharmonia last…   Read Story »