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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 »
Following this year's New Moon and the Campfire Songs EP, the Men have another new album coming out on Sacred Bones. According to a press release, it's the first record by the Men to be recorded in a…   Read Story »
Fun Fun Fun Fest went down this past weekend in Austin, Texas, aka "the Live Music Capital Of The World." The Fest celebrated its eighth year with headliners M.I.A., Snoop Dogg, and Slayer, along…   Read Story »
For the past few years, the blaring New York rock band the Men has been cranking out one deeply impressive album per year, all while maintaining a nutso tour schedule. This year, they up the ante…   Read Story »
This October, the Men will release the all-acoustic EP Campfire Songs, an addendum of sorts to their LP New Moon. The 5-track EP was recorded in Big Indian, NY during the Moon sessions and features…   Read Story »
Yesterday Outside Lands '13 kicked off in San Francisco, and there's already been a ton of memorable moments, from food to comedy to many great sets. The first real highlight of the day was the Men.…   Read Story »
This weekend, thousands of people will be flocking to San Francisco. No they're not going there to celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Room -– it's time for Outside Lands 2013! Now of course…   Read Story »
After experimenting with three formats for the Monthly Mix -- MP3 zip, Spotify playlist, Soundcloud set, etc. -- in March we finally came upon a solution that pleased everyone: all of them. And so,…   Read Story »
On Record Store Day, 4/20, the reliably dark and badass indie label Sacred Bones will release the limited-edition vinyl compilation Todo Muere Vol. 3, and it'll feature one-off curiosities like Zola…   Read Story »
Brooklyn unites as TEEN link up with Ben Greenberg of the Men for "Prisoners." The track is originally by LA psych-folk band Rain Parade who were a part of the formative Paisley Underground scene in…   Read Story »