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About a year ago, the Brooklyn rock band Nude Beach released their album II, a ridiculously fun album of high-impact power-pop and beered-up old-school thrills. I didn't make it Album Of The Week,…   Read Story »
The 5 Best Songs Of The Week is a new column that will highlight the tunes the Stereogum staff found to be the foremost music of the past seven days. The primary qualification for eligibility is that…   Read Story »
Brooklyn's Nude Beach write buoyant, boisterous punk-based rock music made for drinking or driving -- it's like they've taken all the best elements of your favorite Replacements and Cheap Trick…   Read Story »
Last year, the Brooklyn rock band Nude Beach made a sneaky-great album in II, a collection of sunny grinning-up-at-the-sky summer-rock that's stayed in my iTunes rotation way more than I ever…   Read Story »
A couple of weeks ago, Brooklyn rockers Nude Beach dropped the memorable clip for "Some Kinda Love," a clip where an invisible narrator went through some kind of nervous breakdown. But, that wasn't…   Read Story »
Nice job this week, video directors! There were definitely too many good videos this week. I don't know how I didn't manage to find room for the A Place To Bury Strangers video where toys melt and…   Read Story »
Best Videos Of The Week mainstay Tom Scharpling writes and directs the new clip for Nude Beach's hook-laden "Some Kinda Love," where a silent narrator annotates the performance clip with commentary.…   Read Story »
When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to select the rising bands which have connected them, someone wrote a long time ago. Or, something close to that. Here's what…   Read Story »
Last month, the Brooklyn trio Nude Beach released II, a relentlessly catchy album of classic-rock hooks played at punk-rock tempos. We've already seen their "Walkin' Down My Street" video, and today…   Read Story »
This week saw a serious abundance of straight-up fun, ridiculous videos -- four-minute blasts of joy that didn't take themselves the tiniest bit seriously. I'll take that over a bunch of serious art…   Read Story »