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Music Review: Landmine Marathon – Gallows

A bonfire of the sanities. Read More »

Music Review: Archers of Loaf – Icky Mettle [Remastered 2-CD Edition]

The influential North Carolina indie rock group's first and most essential album gets reissued as a 27-track-long double disc. Read More »

Music Review: Tearist – Living: 2009-Present

Los Angeles synth-punks Tearist make arty pretension cool again. Read More »

Concert Review: The Cure – Vivid Live Festival, Opera House, Sydney, Australia 5/31/11

Gratefully Undead: The Cure retrace their roots with an epic performance at the Vivid Live Festival in Sydney, Australia. Read More »

Music Review: The Strokes – Angles

The boys explore the geometry of hip-shaking tracks as well as forgettable cuts. Read More »

Music Review: Veil Veil Vanish – Change In the Neon Light

San Francisco band Veil Veil Vanish reach atmospheric heights with their lush and perfect debut Change In the Neon Light Read More »

JG Thirlwell: From Foetus To The Venture Bros

JG Thirlwell is best known by the general public for his work on The Venture Bros and the many manifestations of Foetus. Read More »

Music Review: Current 93 – Baalstorm, Sing Omega

Baalstorm, Sing Omega is the latest from Current 93. Read More »

Music Review: Jimmy Eat World – Invented

Jimmy Eat World delivers some "sweetness" and punchy hooks on its seventh album. But does it rank high beside its best works from 1999 and 2001? Read More »

Concert Review: Austin City Limits 2010 (Friday Edition)

Music lovers rock out at the most epic music festival in the world. Read More »