“Drinkin’ Town with a Football Problem” Billy Currington Written by Elizabeth Elkins, Aaron Henningsen, Brian Henningsen, Clara Henningsen, and Vanessa Olivarez What a disappointing letdown from a totally intriguing title. I was hoping for some incisive social commentary a la … Continue reading ?
Like clockwork, the night will inevitably come and that constant occurrence has inspired Asics' latest set of sneakers. The Asics Gel-Lyte Night Shade Pack is a trio of models that are chock-full of twilight-themed goodness. Continue reading…
See how you can help Little Big Town retain the #1 position on their chart with "Girl Crush." The post Little Big Town, “Girl Crush” Aiming For Record appeared first on RoughStock.
Pearl Jam are fans of teasing special announcement. Their 2013 tour was preceded by a countdown, as was their last album, so it’s never really clear how important one announcement is over another. They’ve just teased something else, but this one seems a little easier to put together than usual. The above image went up […]
Tasmania’s Enola Fall formed in 2001 as Melatonin, changed their name in 2005, and replaced all but one member of their band, singer Joe Nuttall, in 2008. With a new lineup, Enola Fall have strengthened their indie electro-pop sound — think the Wombats and Two Door Cinema Club but with a little more rock. The […]
Yesterday, the Libertines announced that their first album in 11 years, Anthems For Doomed Youth, would come out this September, and today they’ve shared lead single “Gunga Din,” which they debuted live in June. The song premiered on BBC Radio 1 this afternoon, and the band followed that up with a video for the track […]
Big Noble is the project of Daniel Kessler of Interpol and sound designer Joseph Fraioli, and their debut under the title First Light came out in March of this year. Since then, Kessler has slowly tricked out videos for the ambient, tension-building tracks. The stunning “Ocean Picture” is probably the best one, but his time-lapsed […]
Sorry ladies, but the leader of the Bat Gang is officially off the market. Kid Ink finally popped the question and got engaged to his longtime girlfriend, Asiah Azante, while on tour overseas in June. Continue reading…
When D’Angelo recorded Brown Sugar, neo-soul did not exist. Think about that. There were a few artists like Tony! Toni! Toné! or Joi who were messing around on the classicist end of R&B, but that’s really all the album had in terms of precedent. That whole subgenre had not yet come into existence. The wooden […]
This week's feminist mixtape comes to us from Nashville-based band Daddy Issues. When Bitch premiered their song "Unicorns and Rainbows" a few weeks ago, I was struck by how the band described their sound as "witch grunge." Awesome, I thought. Show More Summary
photo: Foxing at Brooklyn Night Bazaar in January (more by Mimi Hong) Foxing are currently on the road with mewithoutYou and they ran into horrible luck last night. They write:Our hearts are truly broken. Last night while we sleeping our...
The Moscow-based producer and vocalist finds inspiration from coming-of-age thrillers in her latest video.
I’m sick of Amy Schumer, but I can’t get enough of Bobo. Can we just see “Trainwreck”? Do we have to endure another three weeks of hype? Amy Schumer was a less than Whitney Cummings beauty who made it on caustic remarks. She was the girl in your class who you hung with and suddenly […] The post Bobo Banned! appeared first on Lefsetz Letter.
These days, box sets, special editions and packaged reissues - you know, product - serve not only items to be purchased, but advertisements.
Chris Cornell, Forest Whitaker and Aloe Blacc will join His Holiness the Dalai Lama, who will give a talk on wisdom, love and compassion July 4th at Rancho Los Lomas in Silverado, California. Tickets for the event, which is being held by the Peak Mind Foundation, are on sale now, starting...
Yesterday, President Obama did a Q&A session on Twitter. When asked what his favorite song was right now, he responded: was listening to outkast/liberation and the black keys/lonely boy this morning. https://t.co/1DP6CRdwlm — President Obama (@POTUS) July 1, 2015 The Black Keys answered as such: “@POTUS: was listening to outkast/liberation and the black keys/lonely boy […]
All hail the God of Thunder! Just not, you know, that Marvel guy everybody knows about. No, we’re talking about Jon Mikl Thor, a.k.a. “Thor, The Legendary Rock Warrior.” Thor fronted the delightfully over-the-top metal group Thor in the ’70s and ’80s, then retired after the act failed to achieve the mainstream success of contemporaries like Kiss. Show More Summary
Known for their bluesy punk with psychedelic touches, Blank Realm know how to perfectly blend many layers of rock. Following last year’s acclaimed Grassed Inn, the Australian quartet is back with their forthcoming release Illegals In Heaven, a personal and life-reflecting album. So far they’ve given us a peak with “River Of Longing,” the catchy […]
Today in news that could only be less relevant to millennials if it also mentioned “how to get the most out of your retirement fund,” the United States Post Office has announced that it will soon be selling a special Elvis Presley CD that includes a brand-new commemorative Elvis stamp. Show More Summary
by Bill Pearis As mentioned earlier today, the first single off The Libertines' new album is "Gunga Din" and the band have just released the official music video. Directed by Roger Sargent, the video was shot on the streets of...