Update on Tue 8/24: This show has been canceled. I was nine years old when I ordered Modern English’s second album, 1982’s After the Snow, from Columbia House. I bought it for “I Melt With You” and discovered that the rest of the songs sounded nothing like that hit single—the record quickly submerged me in […]
The Imports lasted only long enough to release one single of their dark, mesmerizing postpunk.
The British goth-postpunk group’s song about the Jewish holiday doesn’t really sound all that much like Passover. But it does sound pretty good.
Riot Fest’s nostalgia party ended with lots of rain and a ripping Replacements set, but the weekend had its forward-looking moments too.
The North Coast Music Festival may look like it’s basically about drugs, but it’s really about enthusiasm.
Nope, the dude’s still terrible.
What’s up with Bloomington these days?
The postpunk rocker and minimalist couple talk about influences, playing live, and changing gears.
Lucid TV drafts Steve Albini for a strip.
Audionom’s bummed-out power jams.
Is New Order truly a case of style without substance?