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Beach Boys' Brian Wilson asks $3.3 million for house on Lake Arrowhead

Brian Wilson is ready to get in tune with a buyer for his home on Lake Arrowhead. The legendary songwriter-performer and one of the original Beach Boys has put his waterfront estate up for sale at $3.299 million. The multilevel home, built in 2011, has classic curb appeal with brown-shingle siding,...

Listen to What Happened When Brian Wilson Met Carly Rae Jepsen, and Thundercat Chatted With Kamasi Washington, at Pitchfork Fest

At this year's Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago, the Talkhouse Music Podcast recorded conversations between festival artists. They included some musicians who knew each other well, and some unusual matchups. This week's episode is a bit of both. Show More Summary

Craft Cocktail Bar Tavern Law Is Under New Ownership

3 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Ana Sofia Knauf PHOTO BY KENN WILSON Two Eastside real estate professionals recently bought Tavern Law, a swanky cocktail bar on 12th Avenue and East Madison Street, after bar owner Brian McCracken filed for bankruptcy in May, Capitol...Show More Summary

Brian Wilson Announces Live Album Featuring Zooey Deschanel, Kacey Musgraves, More

In December 2014, Brian Wilson played a concert in Las Vegas for a PBS “Soundstage” special called Brian Wilson and Friends. The performance featured the Beach Boys’ Al Jardine, former members Blondie Chaplin and Ricky Fataar, and a number of guests including She & Him (Zooey Deschanel and M. Show More Summary

Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam – “A 1000 Times”

Last month Rostam Batmanglij performed his first solo concert since leaving Vampire Weekend, opening for Brian Wilson at Brooklyn’s Northside Festival. Throughout the set he was joined onstage by a number of his friends and frequent collaborators, including Angel Deradoorian and Ra Ra Riot’s Wes Miles, as well as the Walkmen’s Hamilton Leithauser, who most […]

Pitchfork 2016 Was Our Great Antisocial Music Festival

Backstage, a golf cart pulls a small flatbed trailer. On that trailer sits a big, soft chair. There’s a printed-out piece of paper taped to that chair, and here’s what it says: “BRIAN WILSON CHAIR DO NOT SIT.” There have, over the years, been legends on that Pitchfork stage: Yoko Ono, Public Enemy, Pavement. And […]

Pitchfork Radio Madison to Feature Carly Rae Jepsen Chat With Brian Wilson, Shamir With Porches, More

Pitchfork Radio kicks off this morning from Madison, Wisconsin! Presented by Goose Island from Migration Week in Madison and powered by TuneIn, we’ll be broadcasting live from High Noon Saloon (701A E. Washington Ave) July 18-22. The broadcast hours are from 11:00 a.m. Show More Summary

It Doesn't Matter What You Say About Brian Wilson, Because He's Brian Wilson

The Beach Boy performed 'Pet Sounds' in Chicago. Was it the greatest performance? Eh. But who cares—it's motherfucking Brian Wilson!

Pitchfork Festival 2016 day 2 in pics (Brian Wilson, Digable Planets, Super Furry Animals, Sufjan, more)

The 2016 Pitchfork Music Festival continued on Saturday after a successful (but slightly rainy) Friday. Day 2 had Beach Boy Brian Wilson playing Pet Sounds in full, the return of hip hop greats Digable Planets, the back-in-action Super Furry Animals... Continue reading…

Watch M. Ward Play “Time Won’t Wait” On Conan

On Sunday night, M. Ward opened for Beach Boys legend Brian Wilson at the Hollywood Bowl, and he made a big night of it, reuniting with Monsters Of Folk bandmates Conor Oberst and Jim James and She & Him bandmate Zooey Deschanel onstage. And last night, Ward kept that winning streak going by doing musical-guest […]

Watch Monsters of Folk Reunite at M. Ward's Hollywood Bowl Set

M. Ward gave fans a good reason to show up early and catch his set opening for Brian Wilson Sunday night at Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl as the singer/songwriter staged a surprise semi-reunion for Monsters of Folk, Ward's supergroup with My Morning Jacket's Jim James and Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst. The group...

Watch M. Ward Reunite Monsters Of Folk, She & Him While Opening For Brian Wilson

M. Ward sort of gave us a little Monsters Of Folk reunion last month with his “Slow Driving Man” video featuring Conor Oberst, and now he’s given us an actual Monsters Of Folk reunion. The supergroup, which also includes Jim James and Mike Mogis, hasn’t been active since 2010, but during M. Ward’s opening set […]

Brian Wilson At The Hollywood Bowl

What could be better than hearing “Good Vibrations” on a hot summer night in America’s premier outdoor concert venue? Hearing “California Girls” for the very first time? “I Get Around” hooked me. I was an avid bowler. I lived to knock down the pins. Show More Summary

Brian Wilson and band bring a tinge of topicality to Hollywood Bowl show

Brian Wilson’s name is far from the top of the list of pop music artists known for social and political commentary, and his 50th anniversary performance of the Beach Boys’ watershed “Pet Sounds” album Sunday at the Hollywood Bowl was probably the last place concertgoers expected to encounter reflections...

Conor Oberst, Jim James, and M. Ward Reunite Monsters of Folk: Watch

Conor Oberst, Jim James, and M. Ward’s supergroup Monsters of Folk have been inactive since 2010. Last night, during M. Ward’s set opening for Brian Wilson at the Hollywood Bowl, he was accompanied by James and Oberst for a brief Monsters of Folk reunion, Consequence of Sound reports. Show More Summary

Live Review: Brian Wilson’s Pet Sounds at the Hollywood Bowl (7/10)

Against all odds, Brian Wilson and band do his greatest album justice and then some.

Brian Wilson Brings 'Pet Sounds' To The Hollywood Bowl And Five Other Full Album Shows We Want

In honor of Brian Wilson performing 'Pet Sounds' in its entirety we look at five other albums we'd like to see down live from start to finish.

Brian Wilson and Lincoln’s ‘Better Angels’

Brian Wilson was at the Hollywood Bowl tonight to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beach Boys’ classic Pet Sounds album. It’s good to be reminded that that masterpiece came out the year before the Beatles’ Sergeant Pepper, which...Show More Summary

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