An insomniac-friendly track infused with traces of Phoenix and Modest Mouse.
A folksy, bluegrassy, and wonderfully fun cover version of Modest Mouse’s Float On, performed by the perfectly named Diablo Sandwich and the Dr. Peppers at Athens, Georgia hole in the wall The Lost Mirror.
Sounds like: Modest Mouse, Arcade Fire, Local Natives What's so good? This week marked the 10th anniversary of Cold War Kids' wonderful debut Robbers & Cowards. To commemorate the occasion, the band have released a new version of...Show More Summary
In Hear This, The A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week, in honor of Labor Day, we’re picking songs about work. Modest Mouse, “Custom Concern” (1996) “Gotta go to work / gotta go to work / gotta have a...Show More Summary
How Isaac Brock sings it, it’s nearly cheerful, almost an anthem: I’m trying / I’m trying to / drink away the part of the day that I cannot sleep away.
Sounds like: Pinback, Modest Mouse, American Analog Set Song: Goon - Scab What's so good? It took a couple listens for me to fall in love with this tune, but something about the easy-going style reminded me of one of my all-time favorite...Show More Summary
Previously only available in Japan, the six-track release includes Moon & Antarctica demos.
Isaac Brock, the lead singer of Modest Mouse could have lost his life after falling asleep at the wheel of his car, but somehow he survived and only caused minor damage to other vehicles. According to police (via the Oregonian), Brock “hit the rear of a City of Portland Parks pick-up truck, which hit a Subaru, […]
As reported by The Oregonian (via Pitchfork), Modest Mouse frontman Isaac Brock crashed his car into a City Of Portland Parks truck the other day, but instead of him just driving off, the accident snowballed into a five-car pileup. Apparently,...Show More Summary
Modest Mouse lead singer Isaac Brock admits falling asleep while driving -- which caused a chain reaction wreck -- and only a stroke of luck separated him from Caitlyn Jenner's fate. Brock dozed off Wednesday while driving in Portland, OR...…
Singer cited for careless driving after hitting a city vehicle that hit at least two other cars.
The lead singer of Modest Mouse, a band you remember listening to about a decade ago, decided to go for a drive in Portland, Oregon, a few days ago. He reportedly says he fell asleep, at which point every single Subaru in the world was destroyed. Read more...
There were no signs of him being intoxicated or impaired in any way, so police cited him for careless driving. There were also no serious injuries reported. Continue reading…
Modest Mouse frontman Isaac Brock’s car crash made headlines on Wednesday. The musician famous for singing that he “backed [his] car into a cop car the other day” was cited for reckless driving after the car crash involving a City of Portland pickup truck. Show More Summary
Modest Mouse’s Isaac Brock crashed into stopped traffic after falling asleep at the wheel this morning in Portland, The Oregonian reports. Portland Police released a statement revealing that Brock crashed into the rear of a City of Portland...Show More Summary
Isaac Brock and the city of Portland do not get along. Last year, the Modest Mouse frontman trashed his adopted home, describing it as “kind of a crappy weird” and “a collection of human turds.” And now, OregonLive reports that the musician has crashed into a stopped City Of Portland pickup truck after falling asleep […]
Brand New just wrapped up their co-headlining tour with Modest Mouse, including an MSG show, and now they've announced yet another run of dates. This one has killer support from both The Front Bottoms and Modern Baseball... Continue reading…
Modest Mouse is the type of band that generates both fair weather fans and obsessive fans. If you are one of the former than attending one of their shows can either be a great experience or an incredible disappointment. If you are one...Show More Summary
A double headlining bill that played against expectations in all the best ways.
Right before heading out on tour with Modest Mouse this summer, Brand New released new merchandise forecasting their demise: 2000-2018, their new T-shirts read. Eighteen forever — poetic, prescient, probably a little bit of bullshit. The band has always taken a tongue-in-cheek approach to their marketing — “mics are for singing not swinging,” anyone? — […]