The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Elvis Presley, and The Kinks — everyone’s gone Mad.
Macaulay Culkin’s Velvet Underground cover band serves up the cheese.
From Arcade Fire to Dre, OutKast to Radiohead — you’re gonna like what you experience.
The Midnight Vulture finds plenty of meat in these 10 renditions.
“I’m begininnnnng to eaaaat the sliiiice”.
Sometimes it’s preferable to think inside the box.
Only known recording included in 45th anniversary reissue of White Light/White Heat.
From box sets and films to the wacky and practical.
Only in Portland — of course.
Plus, Brandon Flowers admits he tried to “rip-off” Reed.
From a photo shoot taken a few weeks before his death.
Legendary musician dies from liver disease.
Includes rarities, unreleased outtakes.
Ideas for the music fan in your life.
Grab your earplugs and Motrin.
A modern psychedelic take on the rock classic.
Another garage-y cover in celebration of the album’s reissuing.
The White Stripes, Bob Dylan, and Nirvana highlight this year’s crop.
It ain’t over ’til it’s over.
The countdown begins.
The Fresh & Onlys and White Fence also contribute.
Includes both mono and stereo versions, rare recordings, and more.
They also covered The Velvet Underground!
A little more fatale.
With Northside Festival around the corner, it only makes sense…
“What’s the point of being a writer or an artist anyway? Herman Melville wrote fuckin’ Moby Dick, he was so poor and forgot by the time he died that in his obituary they called him Henry Melville. You know, like why bother? They’re just going to forget our fuckin’ names anyway.” -Joel
There’s always The Kinks…
Velvet Underground frontman presents “A Night of Deep Noise.”
The 7″ will finally make its U.S. debut.
Before we turn the page on the 2000s, we wanted to take one more look at the year that was the last 365 days.
Lou Reed, Maureen Tucker, and Doug Yule come together for one night only!
The closest we might ever get to see a reunion of The Velvet Underground will go down on December 8th…
For the first time ever!
It might not be a reunion, but it’s better than nothing…
Well, that was fast!
The live experience is the culmination of every music fans being. Getting up close (if you can) and personal for your favorite artist is always a once in a lifetime experience, no matter where you are. The stage also provides …
It had been nine weeks in the summer of 1970 since Lou Reed, Sterling Morrison, Doug and Billy Yule began the two-sets-a-night marathon in their home city of New York. Max’s Kansas City would be The Velvet Underground’s stage as …