Like so many others of her generation, Cate le Bon was once "going along the Red Hot Chili Peppers/Rage Against the Machine path." Until her dad introduced her to one, Stephen Malkmus. She tells Dave Segal in this week's paper:
"Hearing Pavement for the first time when I was 13 was a big changing moment in my relationship with music," Le Bon says over the phone from Brooklyn, where she's preparing for her upcoming US tour in support of her new album, Cyrk (on former Seattleite Nabil Ayers's label, the Control Group).
Concerts and Tours, News, UKIn a move they hope will combat the growing problem of ticket fraud, music promoters Live Nation have announced they will stop issuing paper tickets in favour of digital wristbands at their festivals this... Read Post
You can win tickets to tomorrow's Death Vessel show at the Tractor (it's 21+, FYI), and all you have to do is send an e-mail. Here's what Julia Mullen Gordon had to say about Death Vessel in the brand new issue of the paper: Death V... Read Post