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It's just about the end of festival season, but Portland gave us one more this past weekend: Project Pabst, the Milwaukee beer company's music festival. The festival brought together Modest Mouse,…   Read Story »
We just heard Tears For Fears add to their pile of modern indie covers with a take on Animal Collective's "My Girls." Now here are some modern indie musicians covering Tears For Fears. The team of…   Read Story »
We've heard Tears For Fears cover Arcade Fire and Hot Chip this year, recordings the band undertook to warm up for the making of their first new original LP since 2004's Everybody Loves A Happy…   Read Story »
It seems like Twilight is passing the torch to The Hunger Games when it comes to up-and-coming artists featuring prominently on their soundtracks. Catching Fire's soundtrack comes out next week and…   Read Story »
A couple of months ago Tears For Fears shared a surprise cover of Arcade Fire's "Ready To Start.". It was recorded when Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith returned to the studio earlier this year to…   Read Story »
Tears For Fears' 2004 album Everybody Loves A Happy Ending found Curt Smith rejoining Roland Orzabal after an acrimonious decade apart. Since then, a series of reunion shows, reissues, and…   Read Story »
Last month Death Cab For Cutie returned to the spotlight with "You Are A Tourist," the great first single and video from their forthcoming Codes And Keys. A sunny addition to our spring playlist, it…   Read Story »
After several closely monitored weeks of leaks, it's time to take a look at the year's most anticipated album that doesn't feature Buckethead. Given Kanye West's reputation for finding musical…   Read Story »
Kanye has totally gone emo on us: Strip away the Auto-Tune on "Love Lockdown" and "Heartless" and you have yourself a pop-radio dude self-deprecatingly singing about his heartache (over a Tears for…   Read Story »
As its name suggested, the "Literal Videos" series rerecords the lyrics from old (i.e. '80s) music videos so the song ends up being about exactly what happens in the clip. They initially did A-ha's…   Read Story »