The Strokes at The Wiltern
The Strokes are Back and Ready to Rock (& Roll)
The Strokes are back.
Albert Hammond Jr. at The Roxy
With a stop at The Late Late Show.
Landmark Music Festival 2015
Landmark Music Festival helped raise money for a great cause. It’s been nearly four decades since the National Mall has been undergone a major renovation.
Week in Pop: Crown Plaza, The Fourth Wall, Konig, Pangs, Pleasers
MacGillivray, Midnight Plus One, Letter Yellow, United Ghosts, London O’Connor guest selections.
Primavera Sound 2015 announces line-up
Sleater-Kinney, The Strokes, Run the Jewels, Ride, Patti Smith…
Week in Pop: Happy You, Peter’s Window, Trust Fall, Zeahorse
Another Green World, Better Off, Drew Cook, Ricky’s Heart, co-curated by Noumenal Loom.
Merchandise, After The End
Merchandise might seem pop-ready on paper, but After The End sustains a deep tension.
We sent a jaded 21-year-old to Governors Ball
Featuring jokes worse than the Gov Ball's "jumbotron."
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.
The Postal Service's Give Up turns ten
One writer understands the perils of recycled nostalgia.
January's 10 most average moments
It's a new year and famous people are going to new heights to shit on it first.
Listen to the sound of The Moog Cookbook sodomizing Justin Timberlake
It sounds a lot like a castrato Strokes.
Week in Pop: Doctor Magnum, The Embassy, The History of Colour TV, Lovely Bad Things, Nervous Nellie, Young Boys
Summing up all the weekly good things, bad things, great things, & indie pop things.
The 200 most average releases of 2011
You know we're right.