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We last heard from Blessure Grave regarding their "Stranger In The House" video in June, but it feels more fitting to discuss the San Diego death-rockers now that the autumn weather's shifting toward…   Read Story »
We're live tweeting and shooting everything 'Roo at stereogum.com/bonnaroo. Here's the best of Friday...   Read Story »
There could not have been a more apt ID3 than that of Freelance Hellraiser's "Stroke Of Genius," the MP3 that launched this decade's most fitting musical legacy. Parts of two or three or thirty…   Read Story »
Just today people were talking about big money bets coming in for Speech Debelle to win the Mercury Prize, and what do you know, the British rapper rode Ladbrokes' 4/1 odds and the votes of the…   Read Story »
This past weekend, bill-sharing fellows Reading and Leeds were tasked with distracting a nation still reeling from the death of its Oasis. Their secret weapons were unannounced sets by Them Crooked…   Read Story »
"Cruel Intentions" is Simian Mobile Disco's Temporary Pleasure dance track with the Gossip's Beth Ditto. Just a few days ago we heard the duo go "Off The Map" with Jamie Lidell. Before that…   Read Story »
The Gossip's "Heavy Cross" video came complete with sparkly outfits and shadowy modern dancers. This time the outfits are more shiny than sparkly and the folks dancing are wearing roller skates on…   Read Story »
This past weekend, Seattle roped off a couple of blocks on Pike Street to host the Capitol Hill Block Party, inviting everyone from Sonic Youth to Micachu to the Jesus Lizard to help fill out a…   Read Story »
When we posted the Hannah Blilie-centric Music For Men album art, a few folks thought it didn't feature enough Beth Ditto. The trio more than make up for that lack in the glammy, glittery video for…   Read Story »
We've heard the Rick Rubin-produced Gossip carry a "Heavy Cross," but this new, plodding Music For Men track feels like the real burden. Maybe it's the transition to something bigger? Lift with your…   Read Story »