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You've all seen (and cried about) the trailer. Now it's time to hear (and cry about?) Karen O & the Kids' Where The Wild Things Are soundtrack. Like the first single "All Is Love" suggested, the…   Read Story »
Now that the appearances at ATP and Colbert are out of the way, the Lips can shift to more typically internattable pursuits, like releasing music videos for their forthcoming, 12th album Embryonic.…   Read Story »
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 »
At Seattle's biggest music festival, rain is not unexpected; still, the downpours at Bumbershoot '09 were scary even for this neck of the Pacific Northwest. No bands got electrocuted, but the sound…   Read Story »
This past weekend, bill-sharing fellows Reading and Leeds were tasked with distracting a nation still reeling from the death of its Oasis. Their secret weapons were unannounced sets by Them Crooked…   Read Story »
Karen and the crew earned their festival-headliner bona fides when subbing for cancer-stricken Beasties at Lolla, so C3 Presents invited 'em back to pinch hit at ACL, according to the recently…   Read Story »
Last week we revealed that Karen O's Where The Wild Things Are backup band "the Kids" includes YYYs' Brian Chase and Nick Zinner, Bradford Cox, and two Raconteurs, among others. One of those "others"…   Read Story »
She's billed her Where The Wild Things Are soundtrack collaborators "the Kids." Turns out the group of helpers includes YYYs' Brian Chase and Nick Zinner, Bradford Cox, two Raconteurs, and more. Look…   Read Story »
If you weren't talking about the weather in Grant Park this weekend, you weren't in Grant Park this weekend. And really that would've been a shame. It was oppressive at times, but despite -- or as…   Read Story »
When APW presented its inaugural festival last year, we weren't alone in taking issue with the experience: lack of food options, a fair but generally recycled undercard which played more like "a…   Read Story »