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Shook – Milestones

Having a rough week? Let this funky little jam from Shook smooth things right out. I’ve always been a fan of Shook’s remixes, but this original is fantastic as well. The weekend is almost here… get in the groooooove. Shook – Milestones

Q&A: Death Cab For Cutie Preview Their Final Album With Chris Walla

It’s weird to think about the fact that Death Cab For Cutie have now been a band for nearly two decades. For those of us who came of age alongside the band’s music, revisiting Death Cab’s back catalog — currently seven albums deep — can be something akin to re-reading old diary entries: deeply personal, [...]

Thurston Moore Sees Your Snarky Tweets About Him

Thurston Moore’s latest interview to promote his new solo album The Best Day comes via The Wall Street Journal. It’s a fascinating conversation that touches on Moore’s mom (whose photo adorns The Best Day’s cover), the lingering insight behind Pavement’s “Shady Lane,” post-war poetry, a whole slew of rock stars, Moore’s songwriting these days, and [...]

The Rockometer: 77 by Nude Beach

      Nude Beach 77 Don Giovanni   While the album title, 77, may suggest the golden era of punk rock, Nude Beach’s behemoth, 18 song, 70+ minute effort actually pays homage to a different Rock ‘N’ Roll tradition — That of the American bar rock band. That old practice of men working for […]