The Feelies The Bell House Friday, April 27 Better than: Talking. Even 35 years later, the Feelies aren't terribly loquacious. Watching them on stage, in fact, can make one feel like a positive extrovert. "We're going to play a few more songs, and take a break," was the most compelling thing any ... More >>
Next year, in Hoboken
Glenn Mercer, singer/guitarist/co-founder of New Jersey's modestly legendary Feelies, is a warm, soft-spoken guy who hasn't altered much of anything about his music in, oh, twenty years. Sound of the City recently chatted with him about his band's new and old material--Here Before, the Feeli ... More >>
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David Byrne and Yo La Tengo care. All photos by Jesse Jarnow.Yo La Tengo Maxwell's Wednesday, March 23 Better than: Sitting home alone fretting about cataclysmic awfulness. It's been 26 years since Yo La Tengo played every Wednesday at Maxwell's, and a last-minute benefit for Peace Wi ... More >>
They seemingly came out of nowhere (far north NJ to be exact) in the mid-70's, but by the time the Feelies stopped playing together (never officially breaking up) in 1991, their legacy loomed large enough to have not only rock critics slobbering over them, but also fans like R.E.M. (Peter Buck co-pr ... More >>
The Feelies return to their original headquarters
Glenn Mercer's solo debut could be a Feelies reunion. He's just too nice to make it one.