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  • No Sleep for Brooklyn

    published March 13, 2007

    "I really don't like looking at the back of a record and seeing the word featuring a million times," says Brooklyn... More >>

  • Hot Hot Heat

    published March 6, 2007

    This is why "This Is Why I'm Hot" is hot: Because it's hot. There are of course other reasons the breakout single from Mims, a Washington Heights... More >>

  • Music

    published March 6, 2007

    Possibly Mythical Social Constructs People who don't go to SXSW who enjoy reading detailed reports from people who do go to... More >>

  • Shredfest Engage

    published February 27, 2007

    At 53rd and Broadway Thursday night, there's a line stretched halfway around the block to get into The Color Purple. Wait, wait. No. That line is... More >>

  • Splendour in the Crass

    published February 27, 2007

    There are truly evil men sent to prison for the rest of their natural lives for assaults less brutally visceral than that which Christina... More >>

  • SXSW Preview Hoedown

    published February 27, 2007

    Earl Greyhound Those who fall for this bone-crushing atomic-power trio tend to fall pretty hard. The New Yorker called Ricc... More >>

  • Music

    published February 20, 2007

    Gratuitous Nudity Pitchfork now posting naked photos of indie-rock stars for some reason. Another reason not to... More >>

  • Music

    published February 13, 2007

    Literary Triumph Seven different people pitch a book on Weezer's Pinkerton to the 33 1/3 series. Yeah,... More >>

  • The Unforgettable Fire

    published February 13, 2007

    To indulge in a bit of corny jargon, the Arcade Fire have a truly fantastic elevator pitch, assuming you ignore the fact that the pitch is... More >>

  • Stoned and Rethroned

    published February 6, 2007

    As the Times has recently schooled us on both hipsters who like Justin Timberlake (an extension of the Top 40-loving crowd known in the... More >>

  • Living With War

    published January 30, 2007

    In a perfect world, we could fixate entirely on the narrowest and gnarliest finish in Pazz & Jop history: Bob Dylan by 14 points and -4... More >>

  • Stuff You Need to Know to Avoid Cultural Ostracism

    published January 23, 2007

    Unrequested Reunions Rage Against the Machine rise again to headline Coachella. Please be advised that this band has... More >>

  • Every Molly Has an Emo Album

    published January 16, 2007

    We all have our problems. Let us first address those of Max Bemis. "Well, let me tell you this," announces Max Bemis, in one of many... More >>

  • Comforting Sounds for Insufficiently Assured Editors

    published January 16, 2007

    I once tried to write while listening to Lady Sovereign and wound up hospitalized for two weeks. Last month in these pages More >>

  • Stuff You Need to Know to Avoid Cultural Ostracism

    published January 16, 2007

    Illegal Mix Tapes DJ Swindle and Frank Lyon's Almatic, an occasionally splendid comingling of Nas and Al Green. More >>

  • Music

    published January 9, 2007

    Exotic Diseases The disquieting social phenomenon wherein you think you see Craig Finn everywhere you go. Like Being... More >>

  • The Backlash Variations

    published January 9, 2007

    Along with multiple articles about visual artists who use their own sperm as a medium, New York magazine's other truly splendid recent... More >>

  • Power-Pop Majesty for the Majestically Powerless

    published January 9, 2007

    The cover shot of Sloan's 650th album echoes that of Television's Marquee Moon—four gaunt, haggard dudes stare down the... More >>

  • The Iron Sheik

    published January 2, 2007

    I bristle, as I suppose he still does, whenever someone backhands Duncan Sheik with the "one-hit wonder" tag. He has two. "Barely Breathing" is... More >>

  • Music

    published January 2, 2007

    Bizarre Resurgence Ladies and gentlemen, America—yes, that America, "Horse With No Name" America—now have a MySpace... More >>

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