Knoxville’s avant-garde spring fling celebrates its biggest and most successful year yet.
Jumping on Jack White’s label hasn’t taken away from the “trip metal” trio’s staunch weirdness.
The Detroit noise band has survived by sticking out like a sore thumb.
Wolf Eyes, Frog Eyes, and Clams Casino — an unusual buffet, but an exhilarating bunch of tunes.
Industrial noise rockers from Detroit sign with their hometown hero’s label.
Plus, Laurie Anderson, Darkstar, Dan Deacon, and Avey Tare.
UK-based events also feature Dinosaur Jr., Mike Watt, Thurston Moore, and more.
Going into last night’s gig, I knew I was in for some unusual stuff. The first time I heard Wolf Eyes, the video began with “Yo man, we got one more jam and then we’re gonna go to the …
Indie/hipster/whatever you want to call it counterculture has gone to prove that irony is far from dead. Throngs of music fans have supported countless fashions, artists, and ideals all in the name of smugness and/or elitist comedy. Just look at …