Plus, listen to his cover of The Psychedelic Furs’ “The Ghost In You”.
The Stones, HAIM, Arctic Monkeys, and…Sir Bruce Forsyth?!
Glad that rock and roll is an old man’s game now.
Welcome correspondence, even if the news isn’t particularly pleasant.
A pocket of treasure amidst a ship of foolish ideas.
Man turns 60, then releases his 19th solo album.
Angel Haze, Wavves, Cold War Kids, The Joy Formidable, and more
“Pirates are in this year!”
Elvis Costello, Patti Smith, Conor Oberst, The Chieftains, and more.
Learn to feel with Tim Heidecker and Marc Maron.
The Magnetic Fields and Mike Watt replace Panda Bear and Superchuck.
Some people are just really patient.
Bob Mould, Broken Social Scene, and Buckethead also playing free festival.
All I want for Xmas is some covers!
Propellor Time will be released in an ultra-limited, “hand-assembled’” format this year.
Queuing carpal tunnel syndrome…
Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, Wilco, Nine Inch Nails, The Mars Volta, Of Montreal, Bon Iver, MGMT and more!
In 1984, British singer/songwriter Robyn Hitchcock emerged from a self-imposed hiatus to record and release perhaps his finest solo record, I Often Dream of Trains, a strange hodgepodge of stripped-down, surrealist songs dreamlike in quality: haunting and obscure one …