“I kind of felt like a fraud. ” Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke talks about reservations on his earlier lyrics and about his new intimate solo album, “Trick.”
With a Little Help From My Fwends is party of artists getting in touch with their inner freaky side while having fun playing a record they know by heart.
The organizer of a Nickelodeon nostalgia event got the plug pulled after a sexist, racist rant. Polaris broke off and played a fantastic show anyway at Brooklyn’s Bell House.
What should have been a fun and innocent discussion about childhood under the orange glow of Nickelodeon unexpectedly devolved into misogynistic and racist drivel. Thankfully, New Yorkers will still be able to see Polaris play.
Death From Above 1979 made raucous, gut-punching punk that you could either dance, or throw a garbage can through a window to.
The noise-punk band’s lead singer Meredith Graves holds nothing back in our insightful and hilarious conversation.
“Darlings,” the first Kevin Drew record independent of the Broken Social Scene name, sounds focused on being a new step—there’s more room than ever and this one comes from a more personal standpoint.
Fanfarlo’s third album, “Let’s Go Extinct,” is the perfect album for pondering your existence or overlooking a city on a crisp evening (or both).
Lou Barlow and Jason Loewenstein talk about the uphill climb or being a middle-aged indie rock band, hardships with former members, and people who think their songs are about them.
Young indie rock heroes Speedy Ortiz hit up Brooklyn Night Bazaar this past Friday and we have photographic evidence.
Photos: Michael Bleggi When I spoke with Broken Social Scenster Brendan Canning about his new solo album “You Gots 2 Chill” last fall, he told me of his touring plans and how he planned to assemble a full band for playing some new songs. After some Visa problems and some personnel changes, Canning finally came to New […]
I Break Horses’ Maria Lindén talks about their new album “Chiaroscuro,” the product of personal psychosis and a self-imposed Twin Peaks marathon.
Sleater-Kinney fans everywhere might have a reason to get jittery in 2014.
Syracuse noisepunk band Perfect Pussy filet a fiery crowd at 285 Kent.
Dev Hynes plays the record of his life in its entirety at 285 Kent.