Tag Archives: Hold Steady

Fun with Forkcast, Round 14

Here’s some good stuff that Pitchfork has given up recently on their Forkcast: • The Field: “The More That I Do” from Yesterday and Today on Anti-. • Deastro: “Vermillion Plaza” from Moondagger, due 06/23/09 on Ghostly • British Sea Power: “Come Wander With Me” from Man of Aran, due June 9 on Rough Trade … Continue reading Fun with Forkcast, Round 14

Franz Nicolay – World/Inferno Vs. the End of the Evening

MP3: Franz Nicolay – “World/Inferno Vs. the End of the Evening” from Major General, out January 13 on Fistolo. The fantastically mustachioed keyboard player for the Hold Steady is releasing his first solo album. Franz Nicolay: Web, MySpace, Wiki.

Notes from the Pitchfork Music Festival

Pitchfork Music FestivalThe best-run music festival in America is a yearly congregation of college radio nerds, fashion victims, art students, burnouts, baristas, and meatheads in Chicago’s Union Park.

Hold Steady on NPR's Morning Edition

I just got out of the shower where I heard Morning Edition‘s Steve Inskeep talking to Craig Finn and Tad Kubler about their awesome new album, Stay Positive. Group Finds Rewards, Redemption: “I think that when you’re 36, like I am, you look back at people who are 19 and 20,” Finn says. “You see … Continue reading Hold Steady on NPR's Morning Edition

Pitchfork Music Festival 2008: Photos

MuddyThe Pitchfork Music Fest was doused in rain this year. But that didn’t keep GLONO’s photographer from getting his feet muddy in order to get some good shots.

Lollapalooza 2007: Hit it and quit it

Lollapalooza 2007You can’t see everything, and with 130 bands over three days, you wouldn’t want to. Words and photos of what we saw in Grant Park this weekend…

Bands Who Blog

New York Times: Sex, Drugs and Updating Your Blog. [The Hold Steady’s Tad] Kubler regards fan interaction as an obligation that is cultural, almost ethical. He remembers what it was like to be a young fan himself, enraptured by the members of Led Zeppelin. “That’s all I wanted when I was a fan, right?” he … Continue reading Bands Who Blog