According to the official Rentals mailing list, Matt Sharp will be doing four “really low key shows acoustic style/solo style” shows at Cafe Tropical, a Cuban bakery in Silver Lake, Los Angeles. He will be performing two shows per night on Sunday March 17 and March 24 at 7pm and 9pm. This will be the … Continue reading How Many More Minutes to Hide Away?
WilcoFilm T-Shirts — Neat.
Yet another Strokes article. This one asks the blasphemous question: What hype? Also, is the ass on the British album cover a MAN?
I been through many times in which I thought I might lose itThe only thing that saved me has always been music — Beastie Boys Whenever I feel like I’m starting to slip over the edge of reality a little more than normal, it’s always been my thing to start listening to really crazy people … Continue reading I want to go home. But I am home.
A very kind review of Glorious Noise. Thanks.
More “Best Of 2001” lists: from the Village Voice and from Rock & Rap Confidential. Eight of the top ten are the same.
The fifth Beastie Boy, Billy Joel by Mike D from way back in 1995.
Undertow Records is an independent label based in Chicago. In April, they are going to release Jay Bennett’s first solo album (with Edward Burch). They do a lot of other great stuff too, and I was lucky enough to interview Bob Andrews, the guy who runs the show. He had a lot of interesting things … Continue reading Declarations of Independence: Interview with Bob Andrews of Undertow Records
It was one year ago today that we started this thing. How do you like the new look? Expect more changes over the next several weeks as we work out some new features. One thing you’ll notice is the ad. It took us a year to burn through our initial round of venture capital, and … Continue reading Happy Birthday to Glorious Noise!
Interview with Jay Bennett – “I left the band when Jeff said, ‘A circle can only have one center,’ and I surmised from that it wasn’t going to be me. My thinking was, if the band is an ellipsis and I can stay or it can be circle and I’m out. So I left.”