Daily Archives: March 29, 2010
Damian Abraham of Fucked Up is so nonchalant when he says he’d like a copy of the Necros’ “Sex Drive” 7-inch, that you might not know it’s a 3500 dollar record. But one of the … read more »
We’ve thus far compared Psychobuildings to just about every atmospheric ’80s band we’ve ever liked, and “Portrait” isn’t going to make us stop. It’s pretty much everything that was cool about The Cure and Depeche … read more »
When Dum Dum Girls stepped onstage at our party in Texas a couple weeks ago it was 45 degrees and felt colder, but Dee Dee looked at her bandmates and mouthed “jackets off?” and they … read more »
The Hold Steady are experts at examining drunk party chicks, once again the shining stars of the next track from The Hold Steady’s upcoming album, Heaven is Whenever. Specifically they are talking about drunk chicks … read more »
Midnight Juggernauts are back in the game with this mix of some recent favorites (including songs from Lemonade and Salem—commenters go nuts!). Besides being a solid collection of music, it’s also a window into the … read more »
Googoo GaGa! We are at a loss for words. Lissie lit up our fireplace last year and now she’s tearing things up with this badass cover of GaGa’s “Bad Romance.” Go on, girl.
The online pre-sale for BAPE‘s Haiti tee ends today, and a portion of the proceeds will go towards supporting people displaced by the earthquake. According to Dazed, most of the shirts will be available for … read more »
If you ever wanted to know what it was like to wake up as a woodland nymph with purple butterfly wings in a forest made of imaginary diamonds and a bed of luscious unicorn fur, … read more »
Because it is hot. Let the YouTube comments guide you: “Attack Music” is off These New Puritans‘ sophomore album, Hidden, out now on Domino Records.
Last week, the venerable Erykah Badu came through our offices to discuss her amazing new album, New Amerykah Part 2: Return of the Ankh, which drops tomorrow. The former FADER cover star was delightful, funny … read more »