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While we were rocking the Catskills, enjoying what Wayne Coyne said was "the greatest collection of underground music ever assembled," dozens of other great indie bands (and a few hip-hop luminaries)…   Read Story »
In its sixth year, Fuck Yeah Fest had the explicit intention of benefitting California's state parks, and implicit intention of scaring away media outlets afraid of things with "Fuck" in the title.…   Read Story »
This past weekend, Seattle roped off a couple of blocks on Pike Street to host the Capitol Hill Block Party, inviting everyone from Sonic Youth to Micachu to the Jesus Lizard to help fill out a…   Read Story »
There are some great things about seeing a band like the Thermals. For one, you know you're gonna see at least twenty of your favorite The Thermals songs in one night. And even at a…   Read Story »
The title track to the Thermals' Now We Can See is an incessantly catchy pop anthem about progression, evolution, realization, etc., and there is no better way to play on the concept of enlightenment…   Read Story »
By Amrit Singh & Brandon Stosuy On Friday we shook off the early-morning cobwebs and made a beeline to the Pitchfork/Windish Bash in time to catch the last couple tracks by psychedelic post-Vanishing…   Read Story »
As we previously reported, the feisty foodie is returning to Austin this year for her second awkwardly titled (and conceptualized) SXSW showcase: Rose's Mojito and Rachael Ray's Feedback: The B-Side.…   Read Story »
The bouncy Portland trio recently gave us a Progress Report about their forthcoming forth album Now We Can See that included a look at the album art, insights from ever caffeinated Hutch Harris, and…   Read Story »
In response to yesterday's Progress Report on the Thermals and their forthcoming Kill Rock Stars release Now We Can See, Kathy of the Thermals checked in with her own progress report on the men of…   Read Story »
NAME: The Thermals PROGRESS REPORT: Releasing their fourth LP, Now We Can See, on April 7 (Kill Rock Stars). Recorded at Supernatural Sound in Oregon City. Portland's Thermals have released three…   Read Story »