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Did nobody want to release a big, important video the same week that the Coachella lineup came out? Because there were no big, important videos this week. But there were some fun smaller ones, and…   Read Story »
"Leather Jacket Love Song" is an as-yet-unreleased 2010 song from UK brother band the Cribs, recorded during the period when Johnny Marr was in the band, and it's about to show up on the band's new…   Read Story »
In our recent interview with Johnny Marr, the British guitar legend discussed his hired-gun relationship with numerous bands, including his time with post-Britpop rockers the Cribs, with whom he…   Read Story »
The Cribs new reference-heavy video for "Glitters Like Gold" may indeed exhibit VHS-like production qualities on the surface, but what's kind of novel about the video is that the Pop-Up Video insets…   Read Story »
For their new album In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull, Brit-rock brother band no longer had the services of legendary guitar hero Johnny Marr at their disposal. They did, however, have some other…   Read Story »
Brit-rock brother band the Cribs have a new video for their chunky fuzz-rock jam "Come On, Be A No One," and it consists entirely of live and touring footage, which means it isn't going to set the…   Read Story »
Name: The Cribs Progress Report: The Jarman brothers do whatever they damn well feel like on The Cribs forthcoming record, In the Belly of the Brazen Bull. After losing Johnny Marr as their…   Read Story »
Last month, we posted "Chi-Town," the new track from brotherly Brit-rock axe-wreckers the Cribs. Steve Albini engineered that one, and it had the punishing, scummy intensity that that particular…   Read Story »
British crunch-rock family band the Cribs, who sadly no longer count Johnny Marr as a full-time member, will soon return with their new album In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull. They recorded some…   Read Story »
The Cribs were in Grant Park this weekend, though I saw the band at a tune-up show the night before at the Cubby Lounge, at the foot of Wrigley Park in Chicago's Wrigleyville. They took over the room…   Read Story »