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The Welcome Wagon, the betrothed duo of Reverend Thomas Vito and Monique Aiuto, sound a lot like Sufjan Stevens, the guy who produced and helped to arrange their debut album, Welcome To The Welcome…   Read Story »
The Sun thinks so. We think the sun will sooner shine out of our behinds.   Read Story »
Last time we heard from the Jarmans they were on stage with Lee Ranaldo in Brooklyn. Now, according to this NME video interview with frontman Ryan J and Johnny Marr, the ex-Smith and current Modest…   Read Story »
On the new site ShredOrDie -- a member of the OrDie Network -- skating legend Tony Hawk (did he ever find Animal Chin, btw?) interviews Isaac Brock and Johnny Marr before the start of one of Modest…   Read Story »
With Morrissey fresh on our minds and Arcade Fire never far away, we bring you some footage of the Butlers & Co. tackling the Smiths' "Still Ill" in Manchester on Friday night. Guess they're picking…   Read Story »
Really wish we had legs that felt fully recovered from CMJ, but you know, these things take time. That hasn't stopped fellow Moz-freaks from making the trip uptown (for us) to Hammerstein Ballroom…   Read Story »
So looks like Freebass, the bass-y trio of New Order four-stringer Peter Hook, the Smith's low-end man Andy Rourke, and ex-Stone Roses/current-Primal Scream thunder-sticker Gary "Mani" Mounfield are…   Read Story »
One from the archives! There's a lot going on in this shaky clip of the Smiths at London's Brixton Academy in 1986. A fan pop onto the stage, Morrissey flails, Johnny manages to never lose a…   Read Story »
Though most artists looking for something to cover are best advised to steer clear of the Smiths songbook, we've always felt Mark Ronson's horny gamble on "Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One…   Read Story »
Few artists could sustain the sort of rarity scrounging posthumous repackaging treatment Jeff gets -- but naturally we've bought just about every boxed set/live show/remastered demo release mom Mary…   Read Story »