Imperial Phase by Plastic Ants Cincinnati's Plastic Ants, purveyors of lovely "maximum chamber pop," follow up their release this year the gorgeous full-length debut LP, "Falling to Rise," with a new track "Imperial Phase." Listen above!...Show More Summary
My pal John Curley, the multitalented bassist in the Afghan Whigs and Plastic Ants, took this incredible photo of Harapan the Sumatran rhinoceros at the excellent Cincinnati Zoo. Read the rest
For his new comedy series on FX, Denis Leary enlisted help from the Afghan Whigs in order to craft the Heathens' timeless rock sound.
Denis Leary has a number of guest rock stars appearing in his new FX show Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll which airs on FX on July 16. Lined up are Joan Jett, Foo Figethers’ Dave Grohl and Greg Dulli of The Afghan Whigs. But if his series gets a...Show More Summary
Alt-rock icons unfurl "The Lottery" and a medley of "I Am Fire" and Fleetwood Mac's "Tusk".
Barrel-chested throb-rock relics the Afghan Whigs remain one of the great sure bets on the indie rock touring circuit, and their muscular and soulfully sleazy attack sounds great in just about any context, including a random Monday night on late-night TV. Last night, the Whigs were the musical guests on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where they […]
The wonderful new video for The Afghan Whigs' "The Lottery" was self-shot by the band's stage monitor engineer Ryan O'Hara, a man who clearly loves his job. "Every night during the gig he performs a parallel show behind the board and it's phenomenal to watch," says The Afghan Whigs' Greg Dulli. Show More Summary
The Afghan Whigs are headed to Europe next month for a tour, they’ve released a video for a song from their Do To The Beast album called “The Lottery”. Have a look and listen and even without a scratch ticket, you may already be a winner.
The Afghan Whigs’ new video for “The Lottery” serves as a tribute to their monitor engineer Ryan O’Hara, and is completely made up of footage of him dancing and singing along to the song in front of the soundboard while the band performs the track live over a few different nights. “He wakes up everyday [...]
It was truly an incredible year for new music. Creating a list this year was a challenge and I’ve probably missed a few but here are my Top 14 Albums of 2014: 14. The Afghan Whigs, Do To the Beast – Not for the uninitiated, but so very welcome after a 16 year wait for [...]
Grammy Award-winning producer also worked with John Hiatt, Alex Chilton, The Afghan Whigs, and others.
Joseph Arthur's had a busy year -- he released a Lou Reed tribute album, played shows with Afghan Whigs and more. He's got a couple NY-area shows coming up in the next month. He'll play Monclair, NJ's Unitarian Universalist...
After 21 years, it's still in our heart, in our heads, in our love, and in our beds.
“Here me now, and don’t forget, I’m not the man my actions would suggest.” – The Afghan Whigs In 1994 when my friends were listening to Pearl Jam and Nirvana, I was listening to The Afghan Whigs and Pulp. Pearl Jam played for the masses and Eddie Vedder swung from the rafters. Nirvana [...]
The reunited alt-rock icons release another clip for Do to the Beast.
Recent Band To Watch Greylag’s video for “Yours To Shake” is the second clip we’ve seen this morning (after the new Afghan Whigs video) to set a sleek, classic-rock-inflected indie song in a haunting woodland environment. The colorful clip was directed by Ben Fee, and it follows a number of intriguing figures through some dramatic [...]
Although the Afghan Whigs would do a killer cover version of Bon Iver’s “The Woods” and/or Kanye West’s “Lost In The World,” their song “Lost In The Woods” is an original from this year’s comeback album Do To The Beast. The song now has a video that’s appropriately set in the woods, involving an array [...]
Even though we celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Afghan Whigs’ awesome Gentlemen last year, it only makes sense that such a booze-addled record would get a deluxe reissue upon reaching legal drinking age. One of the bonus tracks is a demo version of the all-messed-up-with-nowhere-to-go title track. It’s rawer than the final studio version [...]
Flavorwire recommended plague novels. The Afghan Whigs visited The Current studio for an interview and live performance. Litro interviewed author Jeff VanderMeer. PopMatters interviewed Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke about his new solo album, Trick. The Millions recommended October's best...
Touring to support their seventh studio album, Do to the Beast, the Afghan Whigs performed at the 9:30 Club last Wednesday to a sold out and eager crowd. In usual style, the Whigs performed nearly every minute of the show in almost complete darkness. Show More Summary