Kim Deal & Co. to debut new music from the band’s first album in six years.
Jack White likes taxidermy, Damon Albarn plays ping pong, and Lemmy collects Nazi memorabilia.
Kim Deal and Co. at work on the follow-up to 2008′s Mountain Battles.
The Breeders frontwoman also shares music video.
A listing of events scheduled all across the globe.
Plus, our Photographer of the Year.
A little perspective on why 2013 was a year for the history books.
Guest spot on Lil Bub’s Big SHOW leads to “Shirtcrush”.
One last chance to see Last Splash.
Ten years later, Los Angeles’ best summer festival remains just as rowdy.
The highlights from the end of Sasha’s 2.5 week romp through Montreal.
Founding member and bassist unexpectedly announces her departure.
One of this year’s most eclectic lineups — in pictures!
Together, they performed “Do You Love Me Now” and a The Beatles cover.
“Canonball” and “Drivin’ on 9″
Bob Mould, Stars, Tricky, and Mac DeMarco, too.
Plus, Kendrick Lamar, MGMT, Alt-J, Deerhunter, and more
On the anniversary, playing together again, and her own career post-The Breeders.
El-P, Killer Mike, Mac DeMarco, Rustie, and Trash Talk also added.
Contains demos, rarities, live outtakes, a photo book, and more.
Trey Anastasio, The Shins, Kendrick Lamar, and Passion Pit, too.
The short leg kicks off in May.
The Breeders, James Blake, Grizzly Bear, and Deerhunter, too.
With Josephine Wiggs on bass, and Jim MacPherson on drums!
An appearance at next June’s ATP UK confirmed.
It’s a family thing.
Karaoke 2: The New Batch
The Long Count to be recorded end of June.
The Breeders, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Julian Casablancas, and Surfer Blood also help out.
Plus, Sonic Youth, Breeders, Explosions In The Sky added to the bill!
We like Ellen Page. Something about her left of center/alternative looks and demeanor, her choice of movies with killer soundtracks, and the air of modesty works. That’s why we’re super stoked for her upcoming film and its corresponding soundtrack. Stoked.
In need of a bassist after Mando Lopez was forced to forced to return home to be with his pregnant wife, The Breeders have tapped an old colleague. According to Rolling Stone, Josephine Wiggs, who served as the band’s …
Between Frank Black’s upcoming solo endeavors and The Breeders’ newly announced U.S. tour, it was reasonable to believe that we wouldn’t be getting any Pixies reunion tour tour dates here in the states anytime soon — after all, that’s …
It’s may not be Pixies tour dates, but hey, it’s something…
The Breeders have become somewhat reclusive in the world of alternative music. While the band is highly influential in its own right, the Deal sisters have only released a handful of records since beginning over two decades ago. After more …