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Music Review: Blonde Redhead – 23

The mood on 23 is brighter, more wide-eyed and enchanting than their last album. Read More »

Indie Rockers Making Family-Friendly Music

They Might Be Giants have helped inspire a trend to mix indie rock with more family-friendly music and lyrics. Read More »

Music Review: Modest Mouse – We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank

A beefier, more mainstream-rock-radio-friendly Modest Mouse. Read More »

Chris Cornell to Tour, Career Retrospective, and Album Preview

Now as a solo artist once again, the release date has been set for Cornell’s second album. Read More »

The Polyphonic Spree: New Look, New Album, New Label

They’ve “folded their robes up nicely and put them away for now.” Read More »

Music Review: Ted Leo and the Pharmacists – Living With the Living

Melodic punk with do-it-yourself passion, political conviction and a well-read vocabulary. Read More »

America Waits Two More Months For The View

This week was going to a busy one for Scottish band The View. Read More »

Music Review: The National Lights – The Dead Will Walk, Dear

Jacob Thomas Berns’ ability to sing such sadistic words in tender and relaxed tones can be comical Read More »

My Brightest Diamond Gets Remixed

Frontwoman Shara Worden unleashed some of the most chilling and ominous vocals since the Portishead albums in the mid-90s. Read More »

Music Review: K-Os – Atlantis – Hymns For Disco

He moves even further beyond his rhymin’ roots. Read More »