Tuesday Dec 3
Catch the Pop Zeitgeist at Deck the Hall Ball
KNDD's first-ever Deck the Hall Ball took place in 1992, and it consisted of Evan Dando and Sarah McLachlan performing solo sets on the steps of the Seattle Art Museum.
Tuesday Dec 3
Box Sets Reach $500 as Bob Dylan, Clash Battle for Sales
As holiday shoppers increasingly focus on individual song downloads, and obituaries are written for the album and CD formats, these sets -- with luxury packaging and prices to match -- may be the real saviors of the record industry, as well as offering great gift ideas.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Tunesday VIDEO Edition: Father John Misty, Golden Gardens, Star Anna, Kairos and More
A fine, foggy Tunesday morning to ye! Speaking of mist, the one and only Father John Misty, aka J Tillman, aka crazy cuckoo ayahuasca dude, has some news.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Music roundup: Happy Birthday to V89, hear Israeli blues and get an excuse to be Tardy
Florida State's student-run radio station WVFS-FM, or V89 as everyone calls it, is a lot like that crazy girlfriend you dated in college.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
The KVB - 'Minus One'
Does the world really need another band that sounds like The Jesus & Mary Chain? Does Ian Curtis' ghost need to be summoned by yet another bunch of Joy Division acolytes? Is it even worth trying to be as apocalyptically loud as My Bloody Valentine? Apparently so.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Beach Fossils double back to Buffalo
Just nine months ago, Beach Fossils jammed at the Tralf , as the Brooklyn band known for their lo-fi, atmospheric sound and laid-back live shows drew quite the crowd.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Freeport's siren songs
See Freeport on Friday, November 15, at 6:30 p.m. at Harlow's Restaurant & Nightclub, located at 2708 J Street.
Salt Lake City Weekly
Live: Music Picks Nov. 14-20
Electro-pop duo Carousel began making music in 2011 while they were in school at Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Alan McGee: 'I've done better out of property than I've done out of music'
All the other stuff - discovering Oasis in King Tut's when he'd only gone hoping to meet a girl, selling 60 million records as head of Creation Records, the excessive drug use, the drug-induced breakdown on a plane to Los Angeles, the spell in rehab, the fights between the Gallagher brothers - that's all true.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
The Pordland Mercury
Tonight in Music: Graham Nash, Crocodiles, Height/Al Lover
CROCODILES The formerly San Diego-rooted band Crocodiles tends to get labeled three ways: 1) Unabashed Jesus and Mary Chain disciples/rip-offs.
Concert Preview: Kurt Vile and Beach Fossils at JJ's Nov. 12
Artists like Jack White, Arctic Monkeys and Deerhunter have all played shows at various venues in town to sold-out crowds-shows that only a handful of years ago would have never happened.
Fri Nov 08, 2013
Cocaine, fine wine and Viagra: Alan McGee's rock 'n' roll life
The founder of one of the UK's most out-there and exciting record labels has just published his first memoir.