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Mike Huckabee Was Feeling Like a Freak on a Leash This Weekend

What else is there to say about the image you see above, of Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch stroking his seven-string while former Arkansas governor…
Andy Cush / June 4, 2019

Here’s an Amazing Story About a Vintage Synthesizer and an Accidental Acid Trip

There is a longstanding legend that Don Buchla—a pioneer of synthesizer design and engineering who created one of the first modern commercial synths in the late '60s, and also…
Andy Cush / May 22, 2019

Thurston Moore Group Announces New 3-Disc Album Spirit Counsel

The Thurston Moore Group has a new album on the way entitled Spirit Counsel, according to the Quietus. It will be released September 21, as a three-disc…
Andy Cush / May 16, 2019

Neil Young Says Crazy Horse Have a New Album Coming and It’s Called Pink Moon

According to Neil Young, his long-running fuzz rock band Crazy Horse has a new album, and it's called... Pink Moon. Is it a tribute to Nick Drake's…
Andy Cush / May 15, 2019

Roger Daltrey Is Still Very Mad About People Smoking Weed at Who Shows

I have heard on at least two occasions, when talking to friends or listening to the section of a podcast where the hosts have a…
Andy Cush / May 15, 2019

Watch Ohmme’s Fiery Tiny Desk Concert

Ohmme released a great debut album last year, but the best way to experience the Chicago band's joyful and virtuosic art-noise-math-improv-pop is to see them…
Andy Cush / May 9, 2019

Big Thief Tune in to a Higher Frequency on the Unearthly U.F.O.F.

The first song on U.F.O.F., Big Thief’s third album, is called "Contact," and the first word in the song is "Jodi." That’s how…
Andy Cush / May 3, 2019

Woodstock 50 Co-Founder Says the Festival Is Still Happening

It's been a wild ride for the weird cross-section of old hippies and Halsey fans who were presumably interested in attending Woodstock 50. After rumors…
Andy Cush / May 2, 2019

Left Field: Fennesz on Making His Most Ambitious Album Yet, Plus Blissful Ambient, Loopy Math Rock, and More

Spin's 'Left Field' column focuses on the latest in experimental music each month, featuring interviews with and capsule reviews of artists at the fringes of…
Andy Cush / April 30, 2019

Woodstock 50 Has Either Been Canceled or It Hasn’t

Woodstock 50 has been cancelled, Billboard is reporting based on a statement from Dentsu Aegis Network, the multimedia company that was funding the festival. However, a spokesperson from…
Andy Cush / April 29, 2019

Neil Young Announces 1973 Live Album Tuscaloosa

Neil Young will continue his string of releasing live and studio material from his archives with Tuscaloosa, a live album documenting a 1973 show at the University of…
Andy Cush / April 26, 2019

Bob Dylan to Release 14-CD “Rolling Thunder Revue” Live Box Set, Scorsese Doc Coming in June

Being a Bob Dylan fan means that about once a year, you get an absurdly large pile of previously unreleased archival recordings to sift through,…
Andy Cush / April 25, 2019

Diplo’s New Country Song Is Actually Just a Diplo Song

"What kind of music am I supposed to make?" Diplo asked a Guardian reporter last year when she confronted the superstar DJ about his reputation as a cultural appropriator, for…
Andy Cush / April 24, 2019

Here Are Some Amusing Stories About Iconic Bob Dylan Album Covers

To commemorate the release of a new book of Bob Dylan photos by Jerry Schatzberg, who captured the blurry portrait on the cover of Dylan's 1966 double album Blonde…
Andy Cush / April 22, 2019

David Crosby Gets High and Immediately Violates His Moratorium on Shit-Talking the Doors

David Crosby was on a Twitter tear this weekend, using his favorite social media platform for a lengthy discussion about one of his favorite topics: his…
Andy Cush / April 22, 2019

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