With Maine’s starry-eyed sincerity and Kline’s cool pop sigh, it feels more rooted in intimacy than partying — and that’s something we can get down with. Continue reading
Greys have raised the standard: more punk bands should cover Stereolab.
They did the unthinkable. The originally tragic, re-branded creepy, and forever depressing song got a cover — but it’s a beautiful tribute. Continue reading
If Adult Swim disappears from existence tomorrow, at least they’ll have provided us two moments of profound satisfaction: inciting a five-star Menino meltdown via the Mooninite “scare” in 2007, and releasing Giorgio Moroder’s first solo track in 20 years this past week. Continue reading