“I’m involved in a really sweet relationship and it really does make me happy”
The Midnight Vulture finds plenty of meat in these 10 renditions.
Sonic Youth member explores the power of poetry, friendship, and magic in ambitious new video.
During the Fly Awards, where both acts took home awards.
As part of a new 7-inch single for Blank Editions Solo Series.
T. Rex, Nirvana, Mudhoney make the list. Sonic Youth doesn’t.
Sonic Youth member played a sharp-tongued rehab patient.
Those who’ve been doing “this thing” for 20 years or longer.
Twenty-five years later, nothing feels like this.
Ranaldo goes long on his second post-Sonic Youth endeavor.
You’ll probably slam your head against the wall, more than once.
Our latest peek at Last Night on Earth.
A chronicle of her career with Sonic Youth is due out late next year.
Gordon and Bill Nace playing in support of Coming Apart.
Matador Records will release album in September.
Mr. Moore gets rather candid.
“Okay, what else is going to happen to me?”
Of course, Say Anything has “In Your Eyes”, Goodfellas has “Layla”, Apocalypse Now has “The End”, Fight Club has “Where Is My Mind”, but a cover song in a movie is just different. A cover song in a movie elevates …
David Bowie, The Replacements, Sonic Youth, and cherry-flavored confusion.
Moore asks for local record store owners’ help.
Listen to a recording of “Intro/Brave Men Run (In My Family)”.
The countdown begins.
The band’s 1985 performance at Chicago’s Smart Bar captured in new archival release.
Stirring iced tea could elicit more fervor.
“Early in the Morning” now available digitally.
J Mascis isn’t the only one making distortion heartbreaking.
Our first taste of Between the Times & the Tides.
Featuring Sonic Youth’s Steve Shelley on drums.
Everyone’s gotta start somewhere.
Watch the band’s entire set at Brazil’s SWU Music and Arts Festival.
Therapy… on the road.
Features Sonic Youth drummer(s), Nels Cline, Jim O’Rourke, and more.
Rock and roll. And Jujubes.
Sonic Youth bandmates end their marriage of 27 years.
Featuring literally every rock star in the known Universe.
With Drew Carey as muse.
And you thought Murray Street was weird…