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The first annual 4Knots Music Festival on Saturday, July 16th succeeded in turning South Street Seaport -- usually picturesque, tourist-clogged shopping plaza -- into an enjoyable venue for an…   Read Story »
Okkervil River, who are touring in support of their latest album I Am Very Far, delighted fans at The Wiltern last night. Titus Andronicus sonically were the perfect choice as support while…   Read Story »
It's ten years since Michael Azerrad first published his defining DIY '80s scene portrait Our Band Could Be Your Life, which covered an independent music culture that changed irrevocably a decade…   Read Story »
When we posted footage of Titus Andronicus covering They Might Be Giants, I mentioned a potentially more triumphant moment, the New Jersey-focused video for The Monitor's "No Future Part Three:…   Read Story »
If you're at Coachella you aren't on here. But this isn't a bad year to be here, all told: YouTube's live stream features some nice on-the-fly editing and at least a couple of bands worth watching…   Read Story »
The last time we checked in on A.V. Club’s Undercover series, Baths opted to take on the recently departed LCD Soundsystem’s “All My Friends.” Here, NJ shaggy dogs (and Replacements fans)…   Read Story »
Michael Azerrad's Our Band Could Be Your Life: Scenes From The American Indie Underground 1981-1991 is a great book, an essential read for folks who were there from the beginning, came in a little…   Read Story »
Patrick Stickles & Co. work up an honest NJ sweat in this performance of The Monitor closer "The Battle Of Hampton Roads." The clip was directed by Daniel Ryan for For No One. A must see for…   Read Story »
The tourmates performed "I'm Goin' Down" at the Earl in Atlanta last week, in direct violation of Vampire Weekend's multiple takes on the same Springsteen track. Truth is, Free Energy and Titus…   Read Story »
This past weekend L.A. hosted the heavily (and according to various reports, perhaps overly) attended Fuck Yeah Festival. Great lineup, though apparently not the most easily navigated festival…   Read Story »