Over at Detour, Johnny Loftus talks to the Darjeeling Limited posse about the Kinks and the logistics of smashing shit on stage in Grand Rapids: When we met with Wes Anderson, Jason Schwartzman and Waris Ahluwalia, the trio were as eager to talk about their new film, The Darjeeling Limited, as they were to discuss … Continue reading Loftus vs. Anderson, Schwartzman
People love ’em, people hate ’em. Take a side. I know which one I’m on. Oasis – Lord Don’t Slow Me Down A great return to the vintage Oasis pub rock that sloshed beer and stomped boots in the late 90s. I love when they cut loose with the Big Rock.
Dig this pretty hot new Morrissey track, “All You Need is Me” performed on Last Call with Carson Daly on October 10. I love the lyric, “You don’t like me but you love me either way you’re wrong, you’re gonna miss me when I’m gone,” which pretty well sums up most people’s feelings on Mozzer. … Continue reading New Mozzer Track Online
The Rentals recently visited AOL’s “Interface” studio: The Interface with the Rentals on Spinner. Their new EP, Last Little Life, is out now. MP3: The Rentals on the Interface with videos after the jump. Previously: Glorious Noise Interview with Matt Sharp (2003); Ain’t Got No Girls, Ain’t Got No Moogs (2002); Glorious Noise Interview with … Continue reading The Rentals on AOL
Dig the vintage style of Grace Potter’s new one. Why do I get the feeling the crowd at this show looks exactly like the cover of Neil Young’s Time Fades Away?
MP3: His Name Is Alive – “Go To Hell Mountain” from Xmmer, out now on Silver Mountain. Soulful, mellow space pop straight outta Livonia, Michigan! His Name Is Alive – “Come To Me”
MP3: Caribou – “Melody Day “ from Andorra, out now on Merge. Dan Snaith gets funky like a beat-heavy Of Montreal. Caribou – “Melody Day”
MP3: Bat For Lashes – “Horse and I” from Fur and Gold, out now on Caroline. Not sure if this would be getting as much press if Natasha Khan wasn’t as adorable as the late-60s Linda Ronstadt. See for yourself after the jump…
YouTube: The Hives – “Tick Tick Boom” Better than the Nike ad.