Sonic Youth will be performing their landmark 1988 album, Daydream Nation in its entirety at Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago this summer, as well as in a few choice European cities. You can check out the schedule for this limited group of performances, as well as the rest of their tour schedule, at their website. … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: March 2007
It’s a confusing time.
Paul McCartney’s forthcoming album for Starbucks’ new Hear Music label will be the former Beatle’s first album for a label other than EMI Records or one of its affiliates. Continue reading
Charlene – I’ve Never Been to Me
It just makes you feel. Continue reading
New RUSH single – "Far Cry" from the Album "Snakes and Arrows"
It’s out! The new RUSH single “Far Cry” from the new album “Snakes and Arrows”. It’s definitely an expansion from the feel of the “Vapor Trails” album and is undeniably, RUSH. “Snakes and Arrows” releases May 1st. Check out Far Cry Continue reading
David “fingers” Haynes
Marc Stuart sent this over to me…sick drummer on a drum machine. Check out a solo below or check out all the David “fingers” Haynes You tube stuff. Pretty amazing. Continue reading
Wolfmother – AOL Sessions and the Letterman show
Wolfmother is bad ass…the bass/keyboard player is a little goofy, but the raw sound created by vintage instruments (sweet Gibson SG, old Marshalss heads and cabs, and a Rickenbacker) and a cool voice is killer. Check out all the Wolfmother AOL sessions or watch them on the Letterman show. Enjoy. Oh, Wolfmother tix for The … Continue reading
The Shins @ The Theater at Madison Square Garden, 3/14/07
They said it was the biggest show they ever played. They covered Modern Lovers‘ Someone I Care About. Here’s an article about a different show on PitchforkMedia.com. The Theater at Madison Square Garden is not the massive space at MSG. It’s probably 4 or 5 thousand seats. The Shins were good. I wasn’t blown down … Continue reading
Fall Out Boy Blows Chunks
That’s it. They just plain blow chunks. Continue reading
Author Jay Cfrom Gather.com Music has been online for quite some time now. We’ve seen its existence become larger and more impactful, defining generational culture and representing much of what the Internet has grown to be. The most powerful online network was created for the purpose of enabling the self-promotion of music, and many web-based … Continue reading
Topple is Having a Party!
I know most if not all of the faithful Top 40 sucks folks won’t be around but, Topple is throwing a St. Paddy’s day party in east Austin instead of trompin through, South by Who Cares. I also apologize for my absence from the board, but lining up the bands, brauts, beers, and burlesque has … Continue reading