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Last month at her birthday party at Brooklyn's Baby's All Right, former Like member Tennessee Thomas debuted a band called Summer Moon which features the Strokes' Nikolai Fraiture on vocals and bass,…   Read Story »
B-52's singer Kate Pierson is striking out on her own for a debut solo album, Guitars And Microphones, which is due out next month. Based on this new track, lead single "Mister Sister," and "Bring…   Read Story »
There was a not-entirely-common sight down around the Brooklyn Navy Yard last night. Dozens of cabs lined the street, because depending on where you're coming from the Navy Yard can kind of be a pain…   Read Story »
A song from the Strokes recently showed up in a commercial for the Volkswagen Golf, and it looks like another car company has snagged the honor of a Julian Casablancas-performed song to soundtrack…   Read Story »
Last night, Dev Hynes opened for Julian Casablancas + The Voidz at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom. The two have been working together quite a bit recently: Hynes also did a Blood Orange set at the…   Read Story »
The Strokes are no strangers to having their songs appear in commercials, but their latest placement is especially telling after Julian Casablancas made it clear last month that he was over New York…   Read Story »
Mainstream American rock music, as you might recall, was in rough shape in the late '90s. The Alt-Nation era had run out of road for the most part, giving way to legions of awful post-grunge and…   Read Story »
Last year, the Strokes released their Comedown Machine album, and it's set to be the last album under their deal with RCA. But the Strokes aren't done making new music; they apparently have plans to…   Read Story »
Julian Casablancas is kind of the anti-Taylor Swift, isn't he? She just moved to Tribeca -- making her neighbors with, like, Jay Z, Beyoncé, and Blue Ivy -- and is so stoked on it that she's…   Read Story »
Whatever you want to call this ongoing hubbub about Julian Casablancas and his disdain for New York City brunch crowds and/or hotshot GQ reporters -- Brunchgate? Brunchghazi? -- consider today's…   Read Story »