• Gravenhurst

    Gravenhurst is one man, Nick Talbot. According to one recent interview, Gravenhurst is a mythical place that is infused with a kind of "darkness that you can control." Much of Talbot's inspiration stems from the death of a former bandmate. Depressing never sounded so eerily gorgeous.

  • A. Graham & the Moment Band

    Lead singer Andy Graham claims that bowling keeps his mind sharp. This Tyrant is Free is the band's first album.

  • Richard Buckner

    Though Buckner started his music career in San Francisco, he does most of his recording in his home studio in Canada.

  • LCD Soundsystem

    Soundsystem frontman James Murphy gave up an opportunity to write for Seinfeld so that he could pursue a career in music. LCD is coming out with their first full-length album, a self-titled, two-disc dance opus, on February 15.

  • Gotti, Murder Inc. Laundered $1M For Drug Lord

    By: Peter Gaston Should we have known when he dropped "Murder" from his label's moniker? Or when his bookkeeper was indicted on money laundering charges? Or when "Gutta" Robinson, Ja Rule's manager, was arrested as well? All of these events inevitably foreshadowed yesterday's image of Murder Inc. head honcho Irv Gotti (ne Irving Lorenzo) being led, handcuffed, down a Manhattan street after surrendering to federal agents. Yesterday, authorities from the United States Attorney's Office in New York announced a major indictment against drug kingpin Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff, and that indictment included charges that Gotti--along with his brother, Christopher--laundered over $1 million in cash through the Murder Inc. label and other business ventures. The Gotti brothers, "Gutta" Robinson, and bookkeeper Cynthia Brent, each face up to 20 years in prison if convicted.

  • Maximo Park

    The band is named for an actual geographical location. The original Maximo Gomez Park is in Havana, Cuba, though there is another Maximo Park in St. Petersburg, Florida. Maximo Park is releasing their first EP, Apply Some Pressure on February 22nd.

  • Jason Anderson

    Multi-talented Jason Anderson not only sings and plays guitar, but he is also a journeyman drummer. He has drummed with several bands, including Yume Bitsu, the Microphones, and Son, Ambulance. Anderson also performs under the moniker Wolf Colonel.

  • The Capitol Years

    The Capitol Years opened for the Pixies for the first show of their current tour. Voted Philadelphia Magazine's Best Band of 2003, the Capitol Years are slated to release their fourth album, Let Them Drink, on March 8th.

  • Boom Bip

    On his 2002 album Circle, Boom Bip (aka Bryan Hollon) sampled the sound of a forty-oz shattering against cement.Gives new meaning to the word "crunk."Circle also features the trippy musical stylings of Dose One. For more info about Boom Bip: lexrecords.com To listen to Boom Bip's "Do's and Don'ts (with Gruff Rhys)," off of his upcoming album Blue Eyed in the Red Room: click here

  • M83

    When Anthony Gonzales and Nicolas Fromageau of M83 lived in Paris, their neighbors were members of the French experimental music quartet Cyann and Ben.

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