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There were lots of good videos this week, but I didn't like any of them as much as I hated Jerry James's video for "Lana Del Rey." I hated that one so much that I enjoyed hating it. I hated it so…   Read Story »
The Afghan Whigs, who originally broke up in 2001, got back together a couple of years ago to tour, and now they're getting ready to release Do To The Beast, their first new album in 16 years. The…   Read Story »
Slow-burning Midwestern soul-grunge legends the Afghan Whigs broke up in 2001 and then reunited in 2012 for a whole lot of intense, fiery live shows (including one where they were Usher's backing…   Read Story »
You all know the story: Back in the post-Nevermind '90s, every band in the underground, no matter how strange or anti-commercial, was getting swept up by major labels, branded as grunge, patted on…   Read Story »
Our SXSW 2013 coverage continues with a detailed report from that FADER Fort show that brought us Future, T.I., and of course, Usher + Sinkane + The Afghan Whigs. Jump in: Disclosure @ FADER Fort…   Read Story »
We'll have more on this when we post our SXSW roundup for last night, since your entire Stereogum staff was on hand for it, but something strange and amazing happened last night at the FADER Fort.…   Read Story »
One of the more under-appreciated reunions of this year has been that of the Afghan Whigs. Having garnered some national attention with appearances on Kimmel and Fallon, Greg Dulli and company…   Read Story »
A few months ago, the reunited Afghan Whigs made their first late-night TV appearance in years, bringing their cover of the minor soul classic "See And Don't See" to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.…   Read Story »
Cincinnati indie-soul gods Afghan Whigs have been covering Frank Ocean's "Lovecrimes" since the launch of their triumphant reunion tour, but considering the week Ocean just had, it's not exactly bad…   Read Story »
Greg Dulli is the quintessential wounded animal-as-frontman. Across six albums and a handful of stellar EPs throughout the better part of the '90s, Dulli and the Afghan Whigs left a swath of…   Read Story »