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Since 2008 I've put together a holiday-time video tribute to the year's band breakups. It's a sad endeavor really, but there is a bright side. Sometimes it takes a decade or more of inactivity for a…   Read Story »
Noise rock trio Mr. Dream have had Ultimate In Luxury in the works for quite some time, and we've been hearing about it for around nine months. With every new song that's trickled out, my fellow…   Read Story »
Brooklyn art-noise trio Mr. Dream have been teasing their upcoming LP, The Ultimate In Luxury, for at least six months. The first mention of it in the Stereogum archives is in our October 2013…   Read Story »
Mr. Dream, the Brooklyn power-trio masters of seasick postpunk churn, have been working on their new album The Ultimate In Luxury (Powered By Lexus) for a while, and we've posted the early tracks…   Read Story »
It looks like Brooklyn trio Mr. Dream's new LP, The Ultimate In Luxury, is nearing release, as the band issued one song from it, "Fringy Slider," two weeks ago, and today have given us another. The…   Read Story »
Mr. Dream is an awesome noise-rock band from Brooklyn, whose drummer, Nick Sylvester, also runs the excellent cassette-only Godmode Music and sometimes writes about music. The full-disclosure thing…   Read Story »
On SXSW's third night, we threw a party that went almost until sunrise. It was a pretty good time! Thanks to all who braved the line and came to hang, and salute to our estimable lineup -- Lakutis,…   Read Story »
Last week, we announced our Range Life showcase, taking place at midnight on March 15 at the PureVolume house at 340 E. 2nd St. & Trinity, right in the middle of the brouhaha that is next week in…   Read Story »
Around midnight on the evening of March 15th, until well after every other bar in town has stopped serving legally intoxicating beverages, the Stereogum crew is throwing an Austin-based party with a…   Read Story »
Last month, we posted "What A Mess" and "The Room," two tracks from the scraping, discordant Brooklyn rock trio Mr. Dream. Both of those songs come from Fatherland, their forthcoming EP, and now…   Read Story »