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Featuring nearly 150 different songs over eight shows, this year’s Hanukkah included five drummers, two mentalists, one ballpark organist, one reunion, and tons of surprise guests.
Bruce Springsteen turned 70-year-old today—check out our ranking of all of his classic studio albums.
'The world's so shitty and we don't need to make our lives shitty, too...And what's more fun than making projects with your friends? So I think as long as we continue to approach it that way, then we're okay.'
After an opening night party taking place in late April, Patti Smith and Her Band will perform on May 1st.
Guided By Voices have three albums coming out in 2019—but you can listen to an exclusive early stream of their double album 'Zeppelin Over China' now.
For the better part of the last 17 years, Yo La Tengo have been hosting NYC/NJ's most essential Hanukkah celebration.
Fusilier and his peers are making music that needs to be reckoned with on its own merits, rather than funneled into the traditional corners of clubs and discos.
Kurt Vile talks about playing with Stephen Malkmus, recording country songs, reading his press, and the blues song he wrote about riding the subway.
This giant rock sits almost flush against two Manhattan buildings, and would cost a lot of money to remove.
Stephen Malkmus discusses the mysterious allure of the Rolling Stones, shaving cream, a lost Jicks classic, bitter PhD poetry students, and the possibility of a new Silver Jews record.
"The length of the renovation period has grown drastically from the original projections."
"A lot of these songs [aren't] political songs. But I feel like you shouldn't shy away from it too. When you find yourself writing something that's political, you should feel free to say it."
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