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Malkmus on Letterman, 4/10

In yesterday’s article about Stephen Malkmus, I suggested that Indie Rock’s golden child will never be accepted as a mainstream rocker, despite his label’s attempts to position him as some kind of Thinking Man’s Duncan Sheik. Proving my point, Malkmus appeared last night (with his band, The Jicks) on The Late Show. Somehow, I don’t … Continue reading Malkmus on Letterman, 4/10

Stephen Malkmus: Hanging Out With The Coolest Kid In School

Stephen Malkmus Just Can’t Apply Himself Stephen Malkmus is one quirky motherfucker. The quirky charm has always been his calling card, ever since Pavement’s emergence in the early 1990s. His shit-eating grin and know-it-all-ness seeped into ever corner of the band’s music, making him the understood frontman in a group known for its members’ shambling … Continue reading Stephen Malkmus: Hanging Out With The Coolest Kid In School