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I took the last two Fridays off work, so this column actually covers the last three weeks of music videos. You'd think that we'd be looking at an absolute murderers' row of selections here. Nope. No…   Read Story »
The Afghan Whigs' new video for "The Lottery" serves as a tribute to their monitor engineer Ryan O'Hara, and is completely made up of footage of him dancing and singing along to the song in front of…   Read Story »
Although the Afghan Whigs would do a killer cover version of Bon Iver's "The Woods" and/or Kanye West's "Lost In The World," their song "Lost In The Woods" is an original from this year's comeback…   Read Story »
Even though we celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Afghan Whigs' awesome Gentlemen last year, it only makes sense that such a booze-addled record would get a deluxe reissue upon reaching legal…   Read Story »
The Afghan Whigs are currently on a North American tour in support of Do To The Beast, their first new album in over 15 years. During their live shows, the band has been incorporating excerpts of…   Read Story »
When you're dealing with an album as dark and drunk and intense as the Afghan Whigs' 1993 major-label debut Gentlemen, the usual 20th-anniversary reissue won't do the trick. Instead, you need to wait…   Read Story »
Reunited soul-rock heroes the Afghan Whigs have famously covered artists like Barry White and Frank Ocean, but one popular song they attempted but left off this year's Do The Beast was "Every Little…   Read Story »
Never trust a man who says he knows what the meaning of life is. That is unknowable, and maybe nonexistent. However, I know damn well what the point of life is: to procreate, and in so doing,…   Read Story »
Some weeks, we get an absolute deluge of great videos, but I can't remember any other weeks as rich as this one. I thought about blowing it out to a top-10 list this week, but that would take…   Read Story »
If you live in New York, you're probably used to seeing roving crews of young street-dancers taking over subway cars, staging acrobatic performances, and then asking for money. You may even be…   Read Story »