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Last night, SNL/Portlandia's Fred Armisen played a solo show at Bowery Ballroom in NYC. He was joined by a grip of friends, including Marnie Stern, Les Savy Fav's Tim Harrington, and Leigh Nash,…   Read Story »
Next month, the finger-tapping shredder and hyper-fun songwriter Marnie Stern will release her excellently titled new album The Chronicles Of Marnia, and she's already shared her songs "Year Of The…   Read Story »
To celebrate the release of Marnie Stern's upcoming album The Chronicles Of Marnia, Kill Rock Stars will send one lucky dude -- sorry ladies, guys only -- out on an all-expenses-paid date with Marnie…   Read Story »
Two months from now, avant-shredder Marnie Stern gives us her new album The Chronicles Of Marnia, on which Oneida's Kid Millions replaces her usual drum octopus Zach Hill. We've already heard the…   Read Story »
It's the return of Marnie Stern, the finger-tapping Upper East Side rock champion, and she's upping the self-referencing ante on 2010's Marnie Stern with a new record called The Chronicles Of Marnia,…   Read Story »
Well, Fun Fun Fun Fest ended all of four days ago, so Austin, TX really has to get moving on the next big music festival, and would ya look at that, they're on it. Next year's SXSW Music Festival…   Read Story »
Back in 2007, the New York Times called Marnie Stern’s debut release, In Advance Of The Broken Arm, "The year's most exciting rock 'n' roll album." It was, too. Pairing blistering guitar riffs with…   Read Story »
MTV isn't the only '80s rock relic turning 30. Released 7/31/81 (a day before the network's launch) on Journey's seventh studio album Escape, "Don't Stop Believin'" would inexplicably go on to be one…   Read Story »
How did you celebrate July 4th? On a rooftop BBQ listening to our summer mix? Maybe you stayed in and watched old episodes of Hoarders on Roku? Maybe I stayed in and did that. There is no way to…   Read Story »
When I talked to Marnie Stern for a Progress Report, I was most fascinated by her work process. She makes hundreds of demos, numbers them sequentially, then has to send them to friend/musical partner…   Read Story »