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James Lavelle's longtime project UNKLE teamed up with a few different vocalists for an upcoming five-song EP, Only The Lonely. Nick Cave handles the mic on the raucous opener "Money And Run." As with…   Read Story »
You can never have too many versions of "Heathen Child." Right? This one was stripped and sculpted by British DJ/producer and Lone Swordsman Andrew Weatherall. (Robert Fripp becomes a ghost.) We…   Read Story »
When I posted Grinderman's "Heathen Child" I mentioned that -- in addition to the album version -- there's a "Super" rendition of the song featuring an extended guitar solo form King Crimson and…   Read Story »
"Heathen Child" is the sweaty fourth single from Grinderman's forthcoming sophomore album, Grinderman 2. In addition to this bluesy thumb-sucking album version, you'll find a limited-edition…   Read Story »
Here's the promised "alternative" to the various Haiti relief charity singles released since that country was torn asunder. Even though the front page news has shifted on to how the womens' skiing…   Read Story »
Like I said the other day, in times like these we judge not the artists who are joining to make whatever difference they can in reconstructing Haiti via their art, we just celebrate that it's…   Read Story »
The little-documentary-that-could The Story Of Anvil, about the band that was like a "real life Spinal Tap" right down to having a drummer named Robb Reiner, stole everyone's heart this past year.…   Read Story »
Karin Dreijer's take on Nick Cave, Anita Lane, and, really, Blixa Bargeld's "Stranger Than Kindness" has graduated from that limited-edition tour 7" to a spot on the second disc of the new Fever Ray…   Read Story »
When we posted the video for Fever Ray's "Seven," I included a stream of her (and Van Rivers and The Subliminal Kid's) take on Vashti Bunyan's "Here Before." As mentioned then, it shows up on a…   Read Story »
Our second year at Kutsher's was rainier than the first, but that didn't matter so much to us or, seemingly, the other attendees: If anything, this year felt more celebratory (and debauched) than…   Read Story »