Although Neutral Milk Hotel will not be touring for the foreseeable future, fans who miss the band's whimsical shows and music will have the opportunity to see band member Julian Koster and his own band The Music Tapes perform...
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Julian Koster is a delight. There, I said it. On this site of all sites, that statement is very controversial, I know, but I’m brave and strong and I really do think that pretty much everything I know about Julian Koster is delightful. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Neutral Milk Hotel, Dr. Dog Song: Tiny Little Houses - Soon We Won't Exist What's so good? It's been more than a year since Hugh last covered Melbourne-based Tiny Little Houses, but today they're back on our radar with a...Show More Summary
the long story, short. the minders are from portland, they’re touring with neutral milk hotel, the have a kickstarter going on right now for their new record, into the river – their first in 13 years, they’re kind of part of the elephant...Show More Summary
This year's three-day festival was the most ambitious yet, featuring 80 acts including Mastodon, The Strokes, Wilco, The Avett Brothers, Neutral Milk Hotel, and more.
Two sine-wavy covers from circa 2007-2008.
Dot Wiggin of cult band The Shaggs will be opening for Neutral Milk Hotel on a string on Northeast shows next week. Before that, The Dot Wiggin Band are playing NYC on Sunday (4/12) at Baby's All Right with...
The Music Tapes, the wonderful current project of Julian Koster whose multi-instrument work you know from Neutral Milk Hotel, made a stop in my living room in East Nashville to play some Christmas songs as part of their surprise Caroling tour. Show More Summary
Researchers in Vienna, Austria have conducted in vitro studies of the milk thistle plant to determine its effect on laminar tissue during separation caused by endotoxin introduction. Laminitis research has created protocols for testing the effects of different substances on samples of equine hoof tissue. One of these protocols is the introduction of endotoxins, or
In two days, the Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to vote on a number of sweeping internet regulations, which will regulate internet service providers as public utilities. They’ll also set standards on connection speed and pricing, and they’ll generally prevent internet users from being at the mercy of internet service providers. The measures are expected […]
The Strokes, Wilco, Pixies, Tame Impala, and Neutral Milk Hotel will all head to Atlanta this May.
If it weren’t for his job, Matthew Barzun could be mistaken for one of us: his favorite album of the year is the War On Drugs’ Lost In The Dream, he loves Guided By Voices, Neutral Milk Hotel, and Chvrches … but he’s also the United States’ official ambassador to the United Kingdom. Buzzfeed accompanied [...]
I'm really going to miss this show. Not a lot of programs out there nail political satire quite like Colbert (save for Jon Stewart, who got him his start). Hopefully his new gig will be as good as or better than his last one. What are you listening to tonight?
A tribute to his late father and brothers.
Colbert added one last coda you probably didn't notice that has a chilling backstory.
Last night, Stephen Colbert ended his incredible nine-year run as host of The Colbert Report, airing his final episode. In the show’s last-ever segment, Colbert brought a vast and head-spinning array of celebrity guests to the stage, and they all teamed up to sing the 1939 standard “We’ll Meet Again.” (It’s the same song that [...]
Neutral Milk Hotel at FFF 2014 (more by Tim Griffin) Neutral Milk Hotel have been playing tons of reunion dates since 2013, and they've now announced a 2015 tour that they're calling their "last tour for the foreseeable future." The...
The Neutral Milk Hotel reunion tour has been a glorious thing to behold, regardless of how you feel about their no-cameras policy. (And yes, having witnessed the full-band spectacle at Coachella and in Columbus this year, I must sheepishly admit that it was even better than Jeff Mangum’s hair-raising solo gigs; The Edge, however, remains [...]
Neutral Milk Hotel has announced a run of spring dates that it says will be its “last tour for the foreseeable future.” The group reformed in 2013 and has been playing pretty steadily ever since, but thinks “it’s time to say goodbye for the never ending now” and is extending its “deepest gratitude to all the beautiful people” who came to its shows. Show More Summary