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Near the middle of the Men's Tomorrow's Hits comes "Different Days," which captures so many feelings and frustrations with a yell of, "I hate being young." Now the Men have a music video that…   Read Story »
This was one of those weeks where the best music-related video wasn't a music video. It was Future Islands performing on Letterman and just fucking going for it. Letterman has already introduced…   Read Story »
The Men are the reigning Album Of The Week honorees for their bombastic roadhouse throwdown Tomorrow's Hits, and today they've released a video for its lead single, the passionately beloved skronking…   Read Story »
This week, two primal, grizzled, loud, messy rock albums come out, and I had a hell of a time choosing between them. I'm still not sure I made the right call. The self-titled debut from the Leeds…   Read Story »
We've heard three songs from the upcoming album by the Men, Tomorrow's Hits. "Pearly Gates," "Another Night," and "Different Days" all show that the band was serious in their ambitions to make more…   Read Story »
"Pearly Gates" and "Another Night," the last two songs we heard from Brooklyn band the Men, sounded like classic-rock bands coating their sound with scuzz. But "Different Days," their latest, sounds…   Read Story »
In a month, the Brooklyn band the Men will give us their new album Tomorrow's Hits, the latest step on their journey from scuzzed-up punk to classic-rock majesty. "Pearly Gates," the first song they…   Read Story »
Yesterday we launched our new Week In Pop column, so it's fittingly (if unintentionally) ironic that our list of the week's five best songs is, for once, basically devoid of "pop music." In fact,…   Read Story »
New York rock bulldozers the Men have been reliably cranking out a great album every year for the past few years, and the next one, the optimistically titled Tomorrow's Hits, lands in March. The…   Read Story »
We're almost (almost!) done reflecting on the year that was, so it's time to start taking a closer look at the year that will be. For the past several years, we've ranked our most anticipated albums.…   Read Story »