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This past weekend we spent a few days in Wayne's world, Coyne and his fellow Flamers curating what was easily the most surreal, if not simply the best, US festival of 2009. With all due respect to…   Read Story »
Picking up on the good vibes left by 2006's Guitarmageddon showdown, Stephen invited back Chris Funk along with the rest of the Decemberists for an interview (Colin defends his 19th century fixation)…   Read Story »
Stephen fulfilled the wish of many-a-Williamsburg-coffee-shop-hipster while interviewing TV On The Radio last night, calling Kyp's face-fro "like a vacation in a faraway forest" and seeming to get…   Read Story »
In the first of his new four-part series "Better Know A Beatle," Stephen sits down with Liverpudlian knight Paul McCartney. The interview does not go smoothly it is all very antagonistic (wink) but…   Read Story »
In a recent interview with the IP guru, Stephen very seriously warned his audience to abstain from remixing the components of his conversation with Lawrence Lessig into a dance tune. So of course…   Read Story »
There was the gauntlet throw and the Twitter baiting. Last night Stephen referenced both as he celebrated jumping to #2 on iTunes with his Xmas album, asked why you buy 808s when you could "just put…   Read Story »
Via KanYe West: Twitter: "who the fuck is Stephen Colbert?" As Alex Blagg points out this is absolutely in no way priming the pump for the inevitable Colbert/Kanye showdown on The Colbert Report,…   Read Story »
Stephen would like to thank Colbert Nation for making his Xmas album #1 on iTunes, except he can't because that slot belongs to "sunglasses mannequin Kanye West." In an effort to humble Kanye West,…   Read Story »
Mostly because she played one, but your Gummys votes suggest you'd think so anyway. Leslie helped Stephen bring some musical cheer to his Xmas special last night, and later sprinkled angel's dust on…   Read Story »
Mr. Simon continued being awesome with a stop over at Stephen Colbert's place last night. Paul was on hand to promote his new book Lyrics 1964-2008, a title which Colbert deemed utterly unpoetic (his…   Read Story »