Just Like Heaven 2022 (PHOTOS)
Just Like Heaven festival returned last weekend, reeling back the years for another romp through millennial indie rock, synth pop and blog-rock. Fans took in sets from ’00s superstars such as Interpol, Modest Mouse, The Shins, Bloc Party, Cut Copy, The Hives, Wolf Parade, Peaches, Islands and many more. Scroll through for the full highlights from the Rose Bowl-set bash.
Modest Mouse at The Masonic
Modest Mouse, out on tour in support of their recently-released 7th record, The Golden Casket, played the Masonic in San Francisco on September 16th. Check out the full gallery…
Modest Mouse with The Districts at Brooklyn Steel
Indie rock vets Modest Mouse, out on tour in support of their new record The Golden Casket, played Brooklyn Steel in New York on Friday, August 13th, 2021, the third night of a four-night run at the NYC venue. Philadelphia’s The Districts opened the night.
The Black Keys w/ Modest Mouse + Shannon and the Clams @ Chase Center
The Black Key’s brought their Let’s Rock tour to the Chase Center in San Francisco on November 20th, with fantastic openers Modest Mouse and Bay Area natives Shannon and the Clams.
Modest Mouse at Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
Brand New and Modest Mouse at Madison Square Garden
Modest Mouse at Prospect Park Bandshell
We’re goin’ down the road towards tiny cities made of ashes. I’m gonna hit you on the face, I’m gonna punch you in your glasses, oh no!
Mumblr, Full Of Snakes
Misanthropy, degeneracy, and stark empathy for the coming of age experience.
Modest Mouse announce reissues, plus a new (old) track
Good news for people who love good news.
The Flesh Second with Seamus Dalton of Monomyth
On storing your skin in a jar in order to discover a familiar hum, possibly of Mars Volta.
On learning to forget, or, the fall of emo capitalism and the indie resurrection
One writer leaves his emo nostalgia confessional on the dashboard with no hint of irony.
Perpetuating the real with Cities Aviv
Gavin Mays enlightens us on the finer and often overlooked elements in his music.
Week in Pop: Bells Atlas, Brian Irving, Hollagramz, Louise Burns, Shortcircles, Young Aundee
Open-eyed spirituality from Rawkus Records' founder, synthpop comes of age, + artist exclusives.
Week in Pop: Angel Haze x Lunice, Fat Tony & Tom Cruz, Irvin Dally, Teen Mom
Grab your #seapunk ponchos and brace yourself for this week's wet and wild hits.
One Twerps' Idea of Home
From her birth tent to a few of the 23 homes in her lifetime.