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Last week, Superchunk frontman Mac McCaughin fulfilled a Halloween tradition by sharing a solo cover of the Sisters Of Mercy's "First And Last And Always." This week, he's assembled his full band to…   Read Story »
Arcade Fire celebrated Halloween by releasing a star-studded horror film they made three years ago. That's their style: Go big or go home. Their label boss, Merge Records founder and…   Read Story »
Split Single is a supergroup of sorts: The band consists of drummer Jon Wurster from Superchunk and the Mountain Goats, Britt Daniel of Spoon, and frontman Jason Narducy from Bob Mould's band,…   Read Story »
North Carolina-based Merge Records is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. From taking over baseball games to planning their own four-day festival, they've been doing so in style. The next…   Read Story »
The indie giant Merge Records is a hometown institution in Durham, North Carolina, and it's maintained ties with another hometown institution: The Durham Bulls, the local Triple-A baseball team. When…   Read Story »
Besides fronting Split Single (Britt Daniel's other other band), indie-rock veteran Jason Narducy is a member of the Bob Mould Band and Superchunk and has logged time playing with Verbow, Robert…   Read Story »
I didn't post one of these lists last week, because Thanksgiving, which meant that we had a ton of worthy videos to choose from this week, and that plenty of them didn't make it. And this would also…   Read Story »
Earlier this year, New York Times pop critic Jon Caramanica wrote a piece about pop's Summer Of Smooth, about how many of this year's big warm-weather crossover hits were soft and breezy and…   Read Story »
As punk lifers with decades in the game, Superchunk are good and familiar with every possible old-guy-in-the-club scenario, and their new video for "Void," a song from their truly great 2013 album I…   Read Story »
Last Halloween, we presented the 10 best Misfits songs. This Halloween, Superchunk has your Misfits fix covered. "Children In Heat" didn't crack our list, but the Merge Records braintrust's rousing…   Read Story »