The Pixies frontman talks The Golem and the joy of catalog numbers…
As you digest, read this recap!
Francis moves to the next obscure theme…
Sadly, it’s a bad covers album.
Next up: Monkey Gone to Heaven as childrens theater.
Love for the suburbs!
An intimate series of acoustic engagements from the lead singer of the Pixies. Go figure.
Unreleased B-sides album and solo tour also on the way.
And Billy Bob Thornton!
Ah, déjÃ vu.
This is a quaint, ambitious new band that never reaches for the sonic heights The Pixies found, but still forces us to consider dancing amongst like-minded indie rockers. Sadly, this is only the case in subtle doses, and much of their haphazardly choreographed set left most in attendance either a.) wanting more, or b.) glad the band didn’t bother trying.
Back in April, when asked by Pitchfork whether the Pixies would be doing any other dates in addition to the band’s scheduled one-off festival appearances, bassist Kim Deal said the following: “Not that I know of, no. We have somebody …