Sounds like: Alabama Shakes, Heartless Bastards, Sjowgren Song: Laura Jean Anderson - Full of X's What's so good? I first heard Laura Jean Anderson's music back in February and was immediately blown away by the richness of her sound....Show More Summary
Geopolitical Would You Rather: pay shitloads of money or extend basic humanity to a handful of people fleeing war-torn countries?
Diamanda Galas, Gary Numan, Old 97's / Heartless Bastards, and more NYC show options for your Tuesday. Continue reading…
Sounds like: Thee Oh Sees, Alabama Shakes, Heartless Bastards Song: Seratones - Chandelier What's so good? After losing myself in Seratones' rockin' debut album Get Gone, I keep fantasizing about a night where I finish a massive, messy,...Show More Summary
Here are the five best events going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, March 1, 2016 as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing. • Susto w/ Heartless Bastards at Neighborhood Theatre • Beer Ed at Growlers Pourhouse •...Show More Summary
Tickets for the Old 97's and Heartless Bastards show at Irving Plaza goes on BrooklynVegan presale at 10 AM. (password = VEGANBASTARDS). Their MHOW show (same link) goes on AmEx presale at noon. Tickets for the NOFX show at...
photo: The Old 97's @ Brooklyn Bowl, 2013 (more by Kurt Christensen) Old 97's and Heartless Bastards will be touring together this spring and dates include two in NYC: Music Hall of Williamsburg on May 10 and Irving Plaza on...
The Heartless Bastards announce a co-headlining tour with the Old 97?s for a string of East Coast, Midwest and Canada dates throughout May w/ opener BJ Barham (of American Aquarium). The ‘Bastards have built their reputation around an...Show More Summary
The influence of music on the writing of Virginia Woolf. Stream the Austin City Limits episode featuring Sleater-Kinney and Heartless Bastards eBook on sale today: Ann Patchett's novel The Magician's Assistant. Jhumpa Lahiri on writing and speaking Italian. Gorilla Vs....
Photo courtesy KLRU-TV/Austin City Limits. Photo by Scott Newton Sleater-Kinney performed on tonight's episode of "Austin City Limits" (as did Heartless Bastards). They played songs from 2015's No Cities to Love, 2005's The Woods, and 1997's Dig Me Out. Show More Summary
TV HIGHLIGHTS SERIES Austin City Limits This new episode features performances from Sleater-Kinney and Heartless Bastards. 8 p.m. KVCR MythBusters Jamie Hyneman, Adam Savage destroy cars using a vacuum cleaner and a lot of C4 plastic explosives. 8 p.m. Discovery Black Sails In this new episode...
We’ve called Sleater-Kinney the best rock band of the past two decades, and they more than live up to the designation. They’re is making their debut (!) appearance on Austin City Limits this weekend, alongside Heartless Bastards, and we’ve got video of them performing their timeless Woods track “Modern Girl” (also the origin of the […]
This Saturday's episode of "Austin City Limits" features performances from Sleater-Kinney and Heartless Bastards. In the meantime, the show has shared footage of the band doing "Modern Girl" (via Stereogum) and "I Wanna Be Your JoeyShow More Summary
The right-wing’s favorite sheriff, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, says President Obama is a “heartless, soulless bastard” for standing up for “goons” like Freddie Gray and Eric Garner. “By the way, we still have not heard from President Obama, that heartless, soulless bastard who wastes no time taking to the microphone to stick up for [...]
Woodstock, New York may not be the hub of the flower child sub-culture that it was in the 60’s, that culminated during the Summer of Love, but it still has a vibrant art and robust music scene. The Bearsville Theater, now a part of the...Show More Summary
Erika Wennerstrom’s plaintive voice, buffeted alternately by clouds of thick guitar fuzz and alt-country acoustic guitar twangs, rang out strong and powerful even at the
photo: Sharon Van Etten at Governors Ball 2015 (more by Gretchen Robinette) You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights... Neil Fest @ Bowery Ballroom The undeniable music legend Neil...
The songs on the Bastards’ fifth studio album, June’s “Restless Ones,” hover around themes of loss, loneliness and moving on after tragedy.
Anyone who’s worked a soul-draining cubicle desk job has questioned whether or not everyone in the office is truly human. Corporate drones who look like zombies or bosses who seem as heartless as vampires—it’s a ripe setting for a horror-comedy in the vein of “Shaun of the Dead” or its numerous imitators. Show More Summary
Alberta Cross, led by lead singer and guitarist Petter Ericson Stakee – will release their third album via Dine Alone Records on October 16. The self-titled LP is available to preorder now at http://geni.us/albertacross. Co-producedShow More Summary