Doolittle: The Pixies at Verizon Wireless

Doolittle: The Pixies at Verizon Wireless

Since they stopped releasing new music almost two decades ago, the Pixies have become so venerated, so lionized, so pillaged and plundered by a generation or two of lesser artists, that they really have become more a legend than a band. Not until they go onstage with only four papier-mache eyeballs and a series of stylized short films for company does the realization settle in that they might be human after all. Read the full review of last night's show on Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE


Since they stopped releasing new music almost two decades ago, the Pixies have become so venerated, so lionized, so pillaged and plundered by a generation or two of lesser artists, that they really have become more a legend than a band. Not until they go onstage with only four papier-mache eyeballs and a series of stylized short films for company does the realization settle in that they might be human after all. Read the full review of last night's show on Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
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