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Record Review: Japandroids’ <em>Celebration Rock</em>

Record Review: Japandroids’ Celebration Rock

Let's talk about Japandroids for a minute, shall we? Odds are that if you already have an opinion on Japandroids, it's enthusiastically positive. The Vancouver duo exploded onto the scene in 2009 and brought with them a wave of unprecedented noise that was absolutely lacking in the landscape of contemporary rock music. Debut LP Post-Nothing felt immediately raw and unencumbered by pretention or ambiguous goals. In just over a half-hour, Brian ...

The Playlist: February

The Playlist: February

February is not a month particularly associated with increased humidity—at least, not around here in New York. Nonetheless, these four tracks all slid their way under our headphones this month and steamed things up for us all February long. We're thankful it's the shortest month of the year, we're not sure we could've kept sweating like this.

Selebrities — Night Heat

This dank new wave throwback is no unfamiliar territory ...

Record Review: Cloud Nothings’ <em>Attack on Memory</em>

Record Review: Cloud Nothings’ Attack on Memory

It's difficult to accept, at times, that Steve Albini exerts little to no influence on the albums he engineers. Albini famously refuses the "producer" credit on the thousands of records he's worked on, but it's hard not to acknowledge the enthrallingly raw voice of so many of the albums he's had his hands in—seminal and generation-defining works by artists including the Pixies, Nirvana, mclusky, Bush, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, ...

Hey! Listen! — <em>It’s Immediate</em>

Hey! Listen! — It’s Immediate

There are precious few things like a good ol' fashioned local band. The Aye-Ayes are one of those best-kept-secret sort of bands that have been steadily gigging all over Manhattan for the past several years, ranging their shows from unglamorous house parties and dive bars to beloved scene establishments Arlene's Grocery and Mercury Lounge. The Replacements-revivalists have been proving that rock and roll in the city that never sleeps can ...

Record Review: Future of the Left’s <em>Polymers are Forever</em>

Record Review: Future of the Left’s Polymers are Forever

Typically, rockers grow mature over time and lose their rebellious edge. In some cases, rockers fear losing their edge or the notion that they may have never had an edge at all and put on the air of rebellion in order to remain relevant after their breakout success. Andy Falkous is the rare breed of rocker who hasn't actually changed all that much, and his fans are all the more ...

The Playlist: October

The Playlist: October

October has largely been a month of quiet disappointment this year. The iPhone 4S announcement was uneventful, but still a cool product that was ultimately overshadowed by the surprising passing of Apple founder Steve Jobs. The Occupy Wall Street movement started to generate some strong buzz, but they still haven't really done anything, and related protests in Oakland were famously broken up with gas bombs and riot gear. The weather ...

Hey! Listen! – <em>Extra Various</em>

Hey! Listen! – Extra Various

Andy Dixon is an incredibly talented and prolific artist. Besides his work as a photographer and graphic designer, he's got his own record label (which handled artists like Hot Hot Heat and Death From Above 1979) and fingers in more music production pies than anybody else whose name isn't Damon Albarn. Most recognized for his sample-based glitch pop under the moniker Secret Mommy, Dixon has been writing, recording and producing convention-defying ...

Record Review: VHS or Beta’s <em>Diamonds and Death</em>

Record Review: VHS or Beta’s Diamonds and Death

It's been four years since we've last heard from VHS or Beta, and the band has been reduced to half its former size in that time. So how is it that a dance band with fewer human members can sound more human than ever before?

Diamonds and Death, the band's third LP, is expectedly their cleanest and most crisp recording to date, as tends to happen as bands move out ...

Record Review: Bush’s <em>The Sea of Memories</em>

Record Review: Bush’s The Sea of Memories

The 1990s.

Gavin Rossdale was one of the biggest stars in the world. As frontman of the rock band Bush, Rossdale enjoyed a rare form of success that was both commercial and critical, self-satisfying and celebrated. Even as the band's popularity waned by their fourth album, 2001's Golden State, Bush was still scoring hit records, and Gavin was enjoying lucrative side-gigs in modeling and acting, as well as a tabloid ...

Record Review: The Rapture’s <em>In The Grace Of Your Love</em>

Record Review: The Rapture’s In The Grace Of Your Love

And lo, the prodigal sons do return.

The Rapture, a Brooklyn band widely accredited with the formation of the dancepunk movement of the early aughts, first broke it big with “House of Jealous Lovers,” which itself was one of the first big singles for DFA Records, the soon-to-be-massively-influential record label headed by James Murphy years before the blogs embraced his LCD Soundsystem sideproject. Having already flirted with nervous punk at ...