Of Montreal, Wild Moccasins, French Horn Rebellion Warehouse Live, December 3 Of Montreal's sunny psych-pop brims with such starry-eyed youthful bliss that it might be a little sobering for aging hipsters to remember that Kevin Barnes' crew was once peers with Elf Power, Olivia Tremor Control and T ... More >>
Girls, Young Man, Fanfarlo, Unknown Mortal Orchestra Fitzgerald's March 13, 2012 San Francisco's Girls kept it going strong last night, touring in support of their album Father, Son, Holy Ghost. Another vaunted acted of the Pitchfork set, they held up even better live than their 9.3 album prepared ... More >>
Shelby Lynne smolders on Tears, Lies, and Alibis.
Owl City (really just a guy named Adam Young) is a bit of a conundrum. He's perfectly fine to listen to, as long as you pretend that his music is specifically intended for very young children, like the Wiggles or Raffi. Then you pay attention to the meticulous production and catchy hooks instead ... More >>
As an ex-hipster, I simply don’t have the time or energy to follow any music trends or pay attention to what’s happening in music. My music knowledge comes from watching the VMAs on MTV once a year to see if anyone does anything incredibly humiliating. (“Gimme gimme more, gimme more…”) ... More >>
Touring bands, especially those that haven't graduated to bus level, have a special relationship with Denny's. The roadside restaraunt chain is always open, providing a perfect post-gig spot to sober up on free coffee refills or just get to know the townies a little better. Its locations are often l ... More >>
New releases from the Apples In Stereo and Of Montreal pick up the thread of a legendary collective
Of Montreal proves there's life, funk and creativity after Elephant 6
The devout cult of Neutral Milk Hotel should perhaps prepare for a second coming
Still no Jigga, but Kanye, some lovable limeys and a great Beyoncé substitute held it down
Troubled Hubble packs a one-two wallop of great music and an even better live show
Wednesday, April 21
Ex-punkers of Starlings, TN space out with dulcimers and other American originals
Stephen Keene makes art for the masses. Is that a bad thing?