Friday was a bummer. Not only was my weekend flight to Pittsburgh delayed, but it was cancelled altogether–grrrrr. Instead of arriving in the ‘burgh at 8:30PM that evening (to attend various family functions for my sister’s upcoming wedding), I was told the soonest I could get in was 5:30PM the following day via a connecting […]
Attention IFC film buffs–I’ve got some movie trivia for ya right now. What movie is this quote from: Do you like beisbol?
Yes, I’m assuming you haven’t A.) received an advanced copy, or B.) already downloaded a leaked version of The Thermals’ brand new album, Now We Can See. (I know, how old-fashioned of me.)
TV On The Radio, Franz Ferdinand, The Bouncing Souls, and U2 are the final four musical acts left in this year’s Indie Ear Madness tournament. Find out which two bands will battle it out next week for the National Championship:
“Who Do We Care For?” is the second single/video from Sebastien Grainger’s debut solo album, Sebastien Grainger & The Mountains (an album that gets better each time you listen to it).
Ten years ago this month I made my maiden voyage to New York City. My friend and I boarded a Greyhound bus in Pittsburgh, and some nine-and-a-half hours later–around midnight–found ourselves in the heart of Times Square. We then loitered around for the next four hours, waiting to receive word on when and where we […]
Earlier this month at a press conference in London, Michael Jackson announced that he would be performing his final shows in England, beginning in July, at London’s 23,000-capacity, O2 arena. Originally 10 concert dates were scheduled, but Jackson has extended it to 50 (July 8, 2009-February 24, 2010).
Here’s the latest single/music video, “From The Hips,” off of Cursive’s latest album Mama, I’m Swollen. Think of it as a commercial promoting monogamy.
Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, and Courtney Love can agree on few things, but recently they’ve been civil towards each other and even gave their blessing on a major motion picture about Nirvana, Come As You Are, scheduled to shoot later this year.
PJ Harvey shares the spotlight with longtime producer pal John Parish, Peter Bjorn & John churn out more goodies, Queensryche craft another album about war, and welcome to the club-ready, big-beats of Thunderheist: