One of the best Halloween party spots on the planet.
Death From Above 1979 to release documentary, with interviews from The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and more
The film will chronicle the decade between the group’s two albums.
A little clip about a girl, her skateboard, and a love of noisey dance rock.
Toronto duo rocks late night with “Trainwreck 1979″.
Sorting through the punishing drums, drilling synths, and screeching bass.
The Toronto two-piece bring their strongest riffs yet, but the rest of their songwriting feels frozen in 2004.
The long overdue sophomore LP from the Toronto duo.
You can usually rely on this countdown for an ample portion of ear candy — music that’s both artfully rendered and suitable for a number of your nearest radio stations. But besides the Charli XCX track (or, then again, maybe …
Another riotous taste from their long-awaited The Physical World album.
Hard-hitting rock duo previews news album during intimate show in L.A. last night.
Featuring Lorde, The Strokes, The Rapture, A Tribe Called Quest, Clipse, and many more.
Spoiler: Hole places ahead of Beck, Springsteen, QOTSA, and… Nirvana.