Plus: The Replacements, Spoon, Slint, and Band of Horses.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll remember why you paid $12 to see these movies.
From Arcade Fire to Dre, OutKast to Radiohead — you’re gonna like what you experience.
One week from today, all will be revealed.
OutKast, Kraftwerk, Frank Ocean, Neutral Milk Hotel, The National, and loads more.
Plus, QOTSA, The National, Kendrick Lamar, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and Disclosure.
Plus, Damon Albarn, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix, and TV on the Radio.
Plus, Ed Sharpe, Conor Oberst, Local Natives, and Jenny Lewis.
Capturing the band at a pivotal phase in their career.
So long 2013. Hello 2014.
Fans of Blue Velvet will appreciate this one.
The band’s eighth LP is nearing completion.
On new songs, side projects, and April Fool’s Day.
And lo, it sounds like a Spoon song now.
And that’s not including his efforts with Divine Fits.
Indie supergroup to release debut in Fall.
Karaoke 2: The New Batch
Dozens upon dozens of sets. Here’s 12 of our favorites.
It’s Halloween, everyone’s entitled to one good scare. Or 15.
Some people are just really patient.
Austin-based festival continues to live up to its name.
A storybook whirlwind of king’s horses, king’s men, and dropping bombs.
You know, just in case you missed anything.
A spoonful of outtakes.
Welcome to the music video black hole.
Sadly, it’s a bad covers album.
You know the adage: Don’t mess with Texas.
There was no gamble with this concert’s lineup…
Spoon played their largest headlining date in Los Angeles…