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Music is a messy thing. There's too much of it, too many genres, too many ideas, for anyone to make sense out of all of it -- or even to hear all of it. The idea of imposing a narrative on 365 days…   Read Story »
The Parquet Courts side project Parkay Quarts released Content Nausea this week, and they performed the title track on the French TV show Le Grand Journal last night. Andrew Savage and Austin Brown…   Read Story »
New York's Parquet Courts have already released one album this year: The hectic, sardonic, generally great Sunbathing Animal. Next week, they'll follow it up with another one. Band members Andrew…   Read Story »
I first learned about the music scene roulette known as the Rock Lottery when some industrious creative types in Columbus started throwing their own annual holiday spinoff, the Rock Potluck, about a…   Read Story »
Parquet Courts recently announced they'd be releasing an album called Content Nausea under their Parkay Quarts alias, their second LP of 2014 after Sunbathing Animal. And now, PCPC -- the supergroup…   Read Story »
There were a ton of great songs released this week, but let's take that fact out of the equation for a second. This might be the most eclectic group of tracks we've featured in 5 Best Songs; the only…   Read Story »
The New York-via-Texas band Parquet Courts already released one album this year; the great Sunbathing Animal came out only a few months ago. But they've already announced another one, and this time…   Read Story »
Earlier this year, Brooklyn's Parquet Courts gave us Sunbathing Animal, one of the most potent pieces of wiry cynic-punk in recent memory. They're back now, with another song for the Less Artists…   Read Story »
Parquet Courts have released another video from their resolutely knotty post-punk party record Sunbathing Animal. The song is a reminder that yes, Parquet Courts actually do sound a lot like Pavement…   Read Story »
Glastonbury, the world's biggest and wettest music festival, is going down this weekend and despite what M.I.A. claims the BBC has been broadcasting bits of all the performances from the legendary…   Read Story »