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  • 8 years ago | Rock

    photos by Rebecca Smeyne Band of Horses Brooklyn Masonic Temple February 14th, 2008 I've been kind of bummed out lately, which means I've been even pickier than usual about what music I listen to. At the moment, I've been serving myself a steady d...

  • 8 years ago

    They came for the resurrection, these women with their black leather pants sucking at their long, flat asses so tightly you could make out the dimples; these men with their hair so wild and feral it looked as if their heads were merely means of tr...

  • 9 years ago

    Nothing ever tasted so sweet as the madeleines grandmother used to make. Nothing ever felt so free as running wild on the playground. No folk-rock jams ever grooved with the same sun-and-shadows charm as the ones that flowed forth from America's g...

  • 9 years ago

    Here's the good news: Even down to two original members, little's changed for the Who on this, their first all-new album in 24 years. Roger Daltrey bellows with the best of them. Pete Townshend's guitar cuts with heat and precision. Well-drilled m...

  • 9 years ago

    To live comfortably among the hip, one must be acquainted with their music. Therefore, noting a preponderance of vintage Motörhead and Iron Maiden T-shirts hugging the ribs of L train patrons, I resolved to immerse myself in said bands' new a...

  • 9 years ago

    Firmly ensconced in the upper echelon of modern rock stardom, the Red Hot Chili Peppers have now set upon securing a spot in the pantheon. How else to explain the release—23 years into their career—of Stadium Arcadium, a 28-track, double...

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