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A couple of months ago, we posted a list of the 10 best Coldplay covers. That list is safe. New Jersey punk rock champions Titus Andronicus recently posted an intentionally ramshackle, lo-fi cover of…   Read Story »
A few days after the NYPD evicted the Occupy Wall Street camp from Zuccotti Park, and a couple of days after this scandalous bullshit went down at UC Davis, Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles…   Read Story »
The all-star tandem of Titus Andronicus' Patrick Stickles, The Hold Steady's Craig Finn, and Tommy Ramone (along with Jesse Malin and Dave Hause) got together a couple of nights ago at Bowery…   Read Story »
This isn't the '90s, and these days no indie bands are getting cards pulled for licensing songs to advertisers. In fact, it's generally accepted that ad-licensing money is one of the few economic…   Read Story »
We're on the other side of CMJ now, which you could probably tell by the uptick in the music news cycle, or by some bloggers' (could be any bloggers, no way to know who I am talking about) bleary…   Read Story »
Just a few days after playing a final show with Titus Andronicus at our CMJ showcase, Amy Klein announced that she was leaving the band to spend more time on her own music projects, which includes…   Read Story »
So, CMJ. It's begun. This year we decided to get our shots in early, in some sort of a sado-masochistic attempt to be as lifeless by Sunday as possible, apparently. That means a party last night, and…   Read Story »
UPDATE: We are happy to announce that Four Tet has been added to this bill, and will DJ from 8-9PM (which is precisely the time there will be free vodka). Come early and often. Iceland Airwaves…   Read Story »
Next week, NYC's streets will be teeming with a mix of earnest collegiate indie rock aficionados and grizzled music biz veterans. There will be wonderful lineups at all sorts of venues, and if you…   Read Story »
To celebrate Nevermind's 20th Anniversary, SPIN put together a tribute album called Newermind. It includes, in original track order, covers by Titus Andronicus ("Breed"), EMA ("Endless Nameless"),…   Read Story »