Features

Rebirth of the Pixies

THEYBLASTED OUT OF NOWHERE WITH A BRILLIANTLY SURREAL SOUND THAT INFLUENCEDA GENERATION OF FUTURE STARS, FROM KURT COBAIN TO THOM YORKE. THEN THEYSPLIT BITTERLY, WITH…
By: Marc Spitz / September 8, 2004

Iron & Wine Live at NYC’s Bowery Ballroom

Iron &WineBowery BallroomNew York City…
By: Nick Catucci / September 8, 2004

The Dillinger Escape Plan – Miss Machine

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By: Joe Gross / September 7, 2004

Iced T in the Park

Imagineattending Ozzfest or Bonnaroo in the middle of November and you'llunderstand the difference between a Scottish summer rock festival andan American one. It was so…
By: Marc Spitz / September 7, 2004

The Libertines – The Libertines

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By: Alex Pappademas / September 3, 2004

Jean Grae – This Week

Jean GraeThis WeekOrchestral/Babygrande…
By: Julianne Escobedo Shepherd / September 1, 2004

Steve Earle – The Revolution Starts Now

Steve EarleThe Revolution Starts?NowArtemi…
By: Keith Harris / August 31, 2004

Saliva – Survival of the Sickest ; Breaking Benjamin – We Are Not Alone

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By: Chuck Klosterman / August 30, 2004

Low – A Lifetime of Temporary Relief: 10 Years of B-Sides & Rarities (Reissue)

LowA Lifetime of Temporary Relief: 10 Years of B-Sides & RaritiesChairkicker…
By: Will Hermes / August 27, 2004

More New Music to Hear Now

Martina Topley-BirdAnythingPalmIt's been almost a decade since she backed Tricky on the still-classic Maxinquaye,and we never thought we'd endorse another trip-hop record, but thisforgotten torch…
By: Jon Dolan / August 25, 2004
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