Features

Noise Live: Yeah Yeah Yeahs/Black Dice/Liars/Devendra Banhart

1/9/04Hammerstein BallroomNew York City…
By: Will Hermes / April 7, 2004

Greendale and the Damage Done

If Neil Young's upcoming movie strikes you as artless and abit avant-garde, that's intentional. "You can'tfind a film that looks cheaper than Greendale," saysthe ornery…
By: Dave Itzkoff / April 5, 2004

Emo Trend Alert: Adding a classical instrument!

You can only break a heart so many ways. That's the problemfacing today's glut of emo bands–open-tuned guitars,weepy lyrics, and fan sing-alongs won't separate you…
By: Andy Greenwald / March 31, 2004

Inside the World of a Rock Roadie

On a cool morning in the spring of 2002, I stepped off a bus andhobbled into the bustling lobby of Cleveland's Ritz-Carltonhotel. As I waded…
By: Rodger Cambria / March 30, 2004

The Girl With the Golden Thumbs

When we met Mya, we were like...wo: The 24-year-old R&B singerwas sprawled out on a hotel-room floor, sporting chocolate-brownnails, multihued hair, and a black mesh…
By: Jon Caramanica / March 29, 2004

Bands to Watch: DrugMoney

A tour of Fisher Meehan's Asheville, North Carolina, wouldnot be complete without a visit to the local coffee shop/bar wherehe has vomited more than once…
By: Andrew Beaujon / March 25, 2004

Finkin’ Ain’t Easy

Before there was Snoop Dogg, the streetwise but adorably namedrapper, there was Huggy Bear, the streetwise but adorably namedpolice informant, who offered assistance to TV…
By: Dave Itzkoff / March 24, 2004

Absolutely Fabulous

It's Saturday afternoon in London, and a scrum of 250 membersof the international entertainment media has formed in the foyer ofthe Hammersmith Apollo theater. The…
By: Craig Mclean / March 23, 2004

Q: Are we not metal? A: We are Probot!

It is a bright, crisp Sunday in Los Angeles, and Dave Grohl issurveying a room full of young, half-naked women and smiling as ifit's Christma…
By: Alex Pappademas / March 17, 2004
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