Spoon

Video: Spoon – Written In Reverse

Last month Austin-based indie-rock act Spoon released their seventh studio album Transference via longtime label Merge. The band recently debut this black and white, in-studio performance video for the album’s first single… Spoon – Written ...

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Tour Dates: A Heaping Spoonful

While indie-rock act Spoon have long been critic’s darlings, their 2007 release Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga helped bring the band’s music to a larger audience with the help their catchy as hell single – ...

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Tour Dates: Bob, Willie and John At Bat

What could be more American than seeing two of the most iconic American musicians playing minor baseball stadiums this summer? Well, how about you throw in a third to make for a formidable triple play. ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo: Lollapalooza Schedule

Can you imagine if you’re in a band going up against Radiohead a major festival? Thankfully the promoters of Lollapalooza spared someone the embarrassment of playing for an empty field by announcing that Radiohead will ...

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Tour Dates: Kiedis Curated Fest

It’s been awhile since we’ve given you a festival announcement around these parts, but old habits die hard and we thought the inaugural New American Music Union Festival was worth mentioning. The fest which is ...

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Hors d’Oeuvres: Wilco Starts Strong

Wilco mixed never-played-before gems with live staples over the first two nights of their highly-anticipated residency at Chicago’s Riviera Theatre. Kudos to Greg Kot for providing the play-by-play for those of us who aren’t lucky ...

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The Echo Project: Sunday in Photos

We wrap up our photographic coverage of the inaugural Echo Project with our best gallery yet, a fantastic mix of live action shots and backstage portraits. In this last installment you'll see shit ...

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ACL: Where The Streets Are Paved With Vomit

Austin, Texas may very well be the greatest city in the world. I can't speak to the city's infrastructure, its public transportation, its race relations, its garbage pick-up or its political competency, but when there's ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo: Start Downloading Now

As you can probably tell, we pay infinitely more attention to live music than studio work. We aren’t the ones that get all excited for a release date of a new album, but this week’s ...

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Bonnaroo Coverage Begins: Key Conflicts

Keller Williams and Michael Franti will descend upon the same location this weekend, which can only mean one thing: There's a festival goin' down. The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival kicks off four ...

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Monday’s Hors d’Oeuvres (now with setlists!)

There was a time when Bob Dylan tours were few and far between. Now the Lucious Bobby Dylan barely takes a break from the road, as you can see from the extensive North ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo

Tuesday brought 70-degree weather and sunshine to the New York City area, and I think I’m coming to the conclusion that I hate winter. Spring, on the other hand; that’s my jam. Hopefully the weather ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo

Anyone else have that Asti Spumante Nando Wine “Taste the good times” commercial from the ’80s in their head? Just me? Ah, fuck it: Links! Some top-notch Langerado photos from Scott Galbraith Papa Glide Magazine unleashes Version 3.1 Don’t fuck ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo

Every week in Wednesday Intermezzo we throw you a link to the latest edition of the Grateful Dead’s Taper’s Section. If you haven’t been clicking on that link and downloading all the tracks on the ...

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