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Imagine getting a bunch of your favorite comedians and musicians into a bowling alley, telling them they were there for a good cause, then getting them liquored up and to talk trash on each other…   Read Story »
Well this oughta be fun. A few things we love: Charity, bowling, music, and comedy. What we are doing about it: Combining all of them for a very special event. Stereogum and Videogum are partnering…   Read Story »
Miniature Tigers haven't been discussed around here much, but it seems inevitable that they would pop up: The Brooklyn-via-Phoenix band has been around since 2006, picking up spots on many festival…   Read Story »
Remix culture was one of the topics of conversation that didn't really make the five-minute cut from that hour-long conversation I had with Alan Palomo and Peter Gabriel -- Peter being an early…   Read Story »
The video you're about to watch is a career highlight for me. I became a Peter Gabriel fan(atic) after seeing "Digging In The Dirt" on VH1 in the dog days of '92. That September, prior to the…   Read Story »
Sometimes the bands make it easy on us, as is the case with quickly rising NYC new wave trio BRAHMS who, within the one week since we suggested you watch, have played shows opening for Spanish life…   Read Story »
[Editor's Note: The following guest post is by Ryan Muir, one of NYC's most hardworking and talented photographers. After spending the better part of five days lugging his camera equipment all over…   Read Story »
We saw a bunch of bands this past week. Not every set was memorable, but there were more than enough highlights to make the stiff necks and barking feet worth it. Here's Wednesday, Thursday,…   Read Story »
Over the past few months, Alan Palomo, aka Neon Indian (et VEGA), went from the bedroom to Late Night television. Now he's also passed through Chris Taylor's Brooklyn-based Terrible Studios: Palomo…   Read Story »
Alan Palomo and the rest of his Neon Indians recently delivered a "Terminally Chill"/"Ephemeral Artery" medley and some less-than-not-geeky dance moves/live guitar licks on Jimmy Fallon. (I'm all for…   Read Story »