It's 10:30 a.m. in Seattle at Sub Pop Records HQ and Mark Arm—the mercurial, spit-slinging singer for proto-grunge legends and original "Loser" poster boys Mudhoney—is about to hit the work iron as, arguably, the most famous record label warehouse manager ever. But first the usually piss ... More >>
Even in this era of Every Band That Ever Existed Must And Will Reunite, the return of Bitch Magnet is surprising, a bit shocking, really -- as if a Mars space probe long given up for lost somehow found its way back to Earth.
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Who's Zoo? feat. Relaxed Muscle
Whitney Museum of American Art
Saturday, April 7
Better than: Another Monday morning.
The Scottish choreographer Michael Clark's body of work has been about marrying oppositesunderscoring his works with the music of the Fall and David Bowie, mingling professi ... More >>
The resurgent noisecore and pigfuck scenes are currently all the rage in the DIY warehouse spaces and shithole lofts littering Brooklyn and beyond. This weekend, the PA skuzzballs Pissed Jeanswho, arguably, initially lit the under-ass fire that galvanized the underground into embracing the so ... More >>
Comedian Eugene Mirman makes even the most productive person look unproductive. In the last several months, he's released his first self-help book The Will To Whatevs, reprised his role as "Eugene" during the second season of HBO's Flight of the Conchords, organized and hosted the second annual Eu ... More >>
Original Stooge Ron Asheton has been found dead in his apartment. Along with his work with the Stooges, Asheton played with various late-20th Century superstars including Mark Arm and Thurston Moore and (in memorable dates at Wetlands some years back) J. Mascis and Mike Watt. He rocked exceptionally ... More >>