The Breeders Show They Can Still Breed Solid Music With New Single

Legendary alternative rockers, the Breeders will release their fifth studio album, All Nerve, next week. This is their first release in nine years and unlike the Smashing Pumpkins, this is a true reunion album. It is the same lineup: Kim and Kelley Deal, Josephine Wiggs, and Jim Macpherson – who released the iconic Last Splash album in … More The Breeders Show They Can Still Breed Solid Music With New Single

Billy Corgan Leaks Titles of Eight New Smashing Pumpkins Songs

On Presidents Day, Smashing Pumpkins frontman, Billy Corgan took to Instagram teasing new music from the slightly reunited Smashing Pumpkins lineup. In his post, he revealed that he was meeting original Smashing Pumpkins members, Jame Iha and Jimmy Chamberlain in Malibu to record some new songs, after spending a week in Chicago to “refine lyrics.” Corgan later … More Billy Corgan Leaks Titles of Eight New Smashing Pumpkins Songs

The Beach Boys’ “Pet Sounds” Just Got Quite the Release

The featured image above displays how record collectors and Beach Boys fans greeted record stores Feb. 9,  when Capitol Records release a limited split translucent yellow and green 130-gram LP of Pet Sounds, via Capitol Records/UMe. You can also purchase the limited edition LP on The Sound of Vinyl. When Pet Sounds was first released by … More The Beach Boys’ “Pet Sounds” Just Got Quite the Release

Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks Release New Single and Tour Dates

Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks are back with music in over four years, since their last studio album, Wig Out at Jagbags. The former Pavement frontman and company released the single, “Middle America” and announced a North American summer tour. “Middle America” opens a riff similar to the classic Pavement track, “Range Life.” It develops a melody … More Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks Release New Single and Tour Dates

Julian Casablancas is Not Down with the Ryan Adams Feud, and New Music from the Voidz

Last May, author, Lizzy Goodman, caused controversy in her book, Meet Me in the Bathroom: Rebirth and Rock and Roll in New York City 2001–2011. In the book, she interviewed bands from the New York City Rock scene from the early 2000’s, including: the Strokes, Interpol, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs. There was a lot of … More Julian Casablancas is Not Down with the Ryan Adams Feud, and New Music from the Voidz

Watch The War on Drugs Bring A Deeper Understanding to the Tonight Show 

2018 Grammy Nominees, the War on Drugs, enjoyed another bit of recognition and publicity, performing the heartfelt and guitar wrenching “Pain,” which recently was #1 on the Billboard Adult Alternative Airplay (AAA) chart. The War on Drugs released their fourth studio album, A Deeper Understanding, a sonically dreamy heartland rock album, that has been nominated for Best Rock Album at the 60th Annual … More Watch The War on Drugs Bring A Deeper Understanding to the Tonight Show 

Throwback to When Rolling Stone Hammered into Devo’s ‘Duty Now for the Future’

September 20, 2017 is the anniversary to yet, another mistake given by the elite “music” magazine, Rolling Stone. Thirty-eight years ago, Dave Marsh reviewed Devo’s second studio album, Duty Now for the Future. Marsh it as “lame and fraudulent.” The adjectives here fits the writer, more than the album. Is Duty Now for the Future an album for the average listener or … More Throwback to When Rolling Stone Hammered into Devo’s ‘Duty Now for the Future’