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The Bowery has changed a lot over the past decade. The luxury condo:junkie ratio is literally probably like 100:1. The space that used to be CBGB is now a John Varvatos shop. They sell rocker…   Read Story »
Brandon Flowers brought the glitz and glamour of his Las Vegas influenced solo album Flamingo to a sold out crowd at the Wiltern Theater. The Killer upped the ante by bringing out the Police's Andy…   Read Story »
A misleading post title, because of course we are all hoping for Haiti, and have been, day and night since a catastrophic earthquake decimated an already destitute society. We know our place in the…   Read Story »
We've already established that Microsoft's song composing software is the future of music and glow-in-the-dark towels. Check out these oddly compelling video examples revealing how the program…   Read Story »
In case you didn't know, yesterday (12/1) was World AIDS Day. To help mark the occasion, Bono added a wing to his organization (RED): RED(WIRE)'s a new website that will feature exclusives from…   Read Story »
Well, it's over. The much discussed Police reunion tour has seen its last show, but not before making a couple of bucks (358,825,665 of 'em, third highest all-time). Along the way they courted Feist,…   Read Story »
Last night cup o' soup supporter Elvis Costello welcomed fans into a taping of his Sundance television series Spectacle: Elvis Costello With.... There was this note up at his site: We're announcing…   Read Story »
It's true, the Police are going out with a bit of philanthropy: The band added an extra and final show in New York City to raise money for Public Television. As The New York Times reports, the…   Read Story »
We saw a lot of concerts this year! You probably did too, if you're the sort to be checking music blogs on your downtime over holiday break, so let's all trade notes. Stereogum's Amrit Singh kicks…   Read Story »
Back in February, after having heard only "My Moon My Man" from the sublime The Reminder LP, we called it like we saw it: this was to be Feist's big breakout year, predicting a "Chan-like rise in…   Read Story »