Photo by Jelle WagenaarInterpol's Daniel Kessler and Paul Banks.Read Crossfade's recent manic meditation on Interpol, the rise of the internet, and the death of the music industry.
For the last nine months, New York City rock crew Interpol has been touring non-stop behind its 2010 self-titled fo ... More >>
Interpol was there, circa 2001, when the hype machine died.There was a certain millennial flash-point when New Wave-y New York City goth-pop quartet Interpol seemed as though it might play a major part in the cleanup of a half-decade's crappy music.
This was near the outset of the 21st Century w ... More >>
Read Crossfade's review of Interpol's August 2010 show in Miami.
Back when Paul Banks and Interpol first crawled out of the NYC indie underground in the very early Aughts, the whole post-punk revival thing seemed seconds away from completely conquering pop music.
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Photo by Ian WitlenIt's crazy when one of your local scene stars goes fucking supernova in the space of a year. But that's been the Surfer Blood story so far ... Big bang. And maybe it's about to get bigger.
Still riding the crest of that massive wave called Astro Coast, the West Palm crew have ... More >>
Hidden somewhere in the thick mist and jagged rock of the Andes Mountains, there's a secret training academy for professional pickpockets and it's called the School of Seven Bells. Now, maybe this whole thing is a myth, but no one really knows. Even Interpol and the NYPD refuse to fully deny the ... More >>
Newer-ish outfit Plains is poised to release a brand new 7" single this Friday at Bar and here at Crossfade we're pleased to share with you the B-side to that effort, "Stuck in the Night." This band comes with a pretty good pedigree. Technically the brainchild of Honor Roll's Michael McGinnis, he's ... More >>
Photo by Justin Namon/WorldRedEye.comClick here to view photos from Interpol at the Fillmore Miami Beach.InterpolWith Twin TigersThe Fillmore Miami BeachSaturday, August 21, 2010Better Than: Spending comparable bucks on a trendier flavor of the week.The Review:Interpol's latest tour, which ended las ... More >>
photo by Michael MullerMumiy TrollDon't like ink smudges? Didn't feel like battling an insulation-needing bum for a print edition of our humble newspaper? Birdcage in desperate need of liner? No worries, Crossfade's got you covered. Our print music coverage, home of weekly features more in-depth ... More >>
photo courtesy of the band's websiteThe Holy Terrors at C.B.G.B.'s in 1994: Will, Sam, Rob, and DanWe'd lie if we said we weren't excited about Interpol's South Florida stop at the Fillmore on August 21. We haven't seen them stop here since 2007, and we've missed them. A lot. Well, now there's mo ... More >>
Okay, we get it, Ratatat: You're way experimental. The New York-based duo has toured with even - cooler - than - they - are bands like Daft Punk, Interpol, CSS, and Mogwai, and their synth-heavy, guitar-laden beats sound a lot like an updated version of a '60s psych band.We thought they couldn't ... More >>
Well, it seems that Miami's most famous Colombian resident is once again making waves, and this time it has nothing to do with heated debate over Juanes' well-meaning Peace Without Borders concert in Cuba (which didn't go quite as planned). It's not even about the release of his upcoming and much ... More >>
New York legends Interpol have just announced a rescheduled North American headlining tour, after losing its supporting slot on U2's tour. (The band was set to open for the Irish greats on its extensive North American outing, but U2 canceled all the shows after Bono was required to undergo emerge ... More >>
If you're a fan of Bauhaus, U2, The Cure, Interpol, Bloc Party, She Wants Revenge and many others, then you've probably heard of Ian Curtis without even realizing it. The lead singer of the now defunct Joy Division has been a major influence on all of the above mentioned bands with his deep, dron ... More >>
Flying Lotus: Possibly as bangin' as Sleigh Bells' new album, and actually available in brick and mortar storesIn our Moving Units column, Mike Ramirez at Fort Lauderdale's Radio-Active Records graciously keeps us up-to-date and comments on the current releases flying out of his store each ... More >>
via myspace.com/confusedaseverrocksFort Lauderdale quartet Confused As EverRedeye '09With Dooms De Pop, Astari Nite, and Confused as EverArtserve Fort LauderdaleFriday, July 24, 2009Better Than: Guy Harvey paintings and seashell collectionsThe Review: Fort Lauderdale is perhaps better known for ... More >>
Give She Wants Revenge's self-titled debut album a listen. You'll probably hear a few New Order or Interpol influences, but what you won't hear is more than two people making all that racket. Sure the album is thick with synthesizers and effects, but the soundscape is so lush it's hard to imag ... More >>
Miami natives Erik Slemon and Matt Gardner first started making music together more than a decade ago, when they were still apple-cheeked students at Coral Gables High and Columbus, respectively. Perhaps those early attempts were humble -- "We played, like, Nirvana covers at a couple of house partie ... More >>