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I first learned about the music scene roulette known as the Rock Lottery when some industrious creative types in Columbus started throwing their own annual holiday spinoff, the Rock Potluck, about a…   Read Story »
Today the Dismemberment Plan reissue Change, their fourth album and, until 2013's reunion effort Uncanney Valley came along, their last. Originally released in 2001, Change was a coming-of-age…   Read Story »
Death Cab For Cutie and the Dismemberment Plan had a mutual respect for each other, so much so that they embarked on a joint Death And Dismemberment Tour in early 2002. This weekend sees the two…   Read Story »
The Bumbershoot Festival goes down in venues around Seattle every year on Labor Day weekend, and the lineup for this year's festivities on 8/30-9/1 just came out. As usual, it's a unique assembly of…   Read Story »
I'm not crying, I just have a little dust in my eyes. No, really: Coachella's second day was largely engulfed by a more manageable (but still annoying!) version of the dust storm that turned last…   Read Story »
When D.C. postpunk greats the Dismemberment Plan first reunited nearly three years ago, one of their first stops was Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, which was a fun headfuck for anyone who'd seen them…   Read Story »
As you may have heard, the Dismemberment Plan, the funky, funny, frenetic DC hardcore band, is back. Uncanney Valley, the band's fifth album and their first since 2001, is out now and before heading…   Read Story »
Back in the day when every indie band stayed deathly serious at all times, twitchy D.C. postpunk greats remained stuck in permanent goofball mode, even when they were dealing with heavy shit. And now…   Read Story »
Their new album Uncanney Valley may not be the return to form that many of us were hoping for, but reunited D.C. postpunk greats the Dismemberment Plan remain one of the great live bands in the indie…   Read Story »
Until now, the Dismemberment Plan's discography has been a near-perfect chronicle of the arc from smartass youthful exuberance to quarter-life crisis to grown-up stability, culminating in the…   Read Story »