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Earlier this year we heard from Los Porcos, a seven-man ensemble featuring members of the now-defunct WU LYF. Los Porcos also featured members of FAMY, a London combo that has worked with WU LYF's…   Read Story »
Life after WU LYF continues, as members Joe Manning, Tom McLung, and Evans Kati prep the release of their double A-side 12" as Los Porcos. Below, you can hear the two tracks, "Sunshine" and "C.F.W.,"…   Read Story »
Mary Karr's Cherry is a memoir about becoming a teenager. As the book progresses and she gets older, she finds herself in that position that all teenagers find themselves in at one point or another:…   Read Story »
Ellery James Roberts, former frontman of now-defunct Manchester band WU LYF, has released solo material via Tumblr. According to one post, the song "Kerou's Lament" was "scripted/produced & sang…   Read Story »
Each September, we recognize 40 new bands we look forward to listening to for years to come. And each December, we salute the veterans who've decided to pack up their knives and never ever get back…   Read Story »
The enigmatic, frequently masked Manchester rock collective WU LYF appear to have broken up, at least if their kinda-cryptic internet messages are to be believed. Over the weekend, the band posted a…   Read Story »
With their first Coachella 2012 performances a not-quite-distant memory, over the weekend some artists engaged in live collaborations to make for unique experiences in their second fest go-around.…   Read Story »
Five days into 2012, we already have a contender for the year-ending Best Late Night Performances list. On last night's episode of the Late Show With David Letterman, WU LYF brought their ferociously…   Read Story »
Having already revealed Your Top 10 Tracks and Your Top 10 Music Videos, next box to be punched on the Gummys' advent calendar is the Top 10 New Acts Of 2011 category, and, unlike the Grammys,…   Read Story »
Chris Isaak's soft-focus boudoir-rockabilly classic "Wicked Game" is one of those songs that just about all of us attempt to sing at some point, if only to confirm suspicions that our falsettos are…   Read Story »