"What I want from each and every one of you is a hard-target search of every gas station, residence, warehouse, farmhouse, henhouse, outhouse and doghouse in that area." -- Tommy Lee Jones, The Fugitive You don't have to spend much time at South By Southwest to know that all of the above building ... More >>
See the full 30-photo Sebadoh at Grand Central slideshow. Sebadoh With Jacuzzi Boys and Plains Grand Central, Miami Wednesday, January 18, 2012 Better Than: "Brand New Love" on a boat. Less than 24 hours before setting sail aboard the first-ever Weezer Cruise, totally essential alternative t ... More >>
In 1984, Lou Barlow started an indie rock crew called Dinosaur Jr. with J. Mascis and a drummer nicknamed Murph. Four years later, after endless tension, a trio of amazing albums, and a ton of alt-guy fights, Lou got kicked out of his own band. That's when Barlow became almost synonymous with Sebad ... More >>
Photo by Ian WitlenWhat were you doin' the night before Dinosaur Jr. alum and indie demigod Lou Barlow announced that his highly emotional side project, Sebadoh, would be visiting Downtown hipster superclub Grand Central for a pre-Weezer Cruise concert on January 18, 2012? Well, Crossfade was h ... More >>
Man, oh man! We had the weirdest dream last night. Well, to start things off, Sebadoh was there. Y'know, the weepy and weird side-project-turned-anti-band started by Lou Barlow when his mid-'90s feuding with fellow Dinosaur Jr. bandmate, guitarist and singer J. Mascis, forced his exit. But, lik ... More >>
Ahoy, sensitive, sea-faring rock fans.When Rivers Cuomo announced the inaugural Weezer Cruise a few months ago, the emo-pop pioneer provided sensitive, sea-faring rock fans with a pretty comprehensive passenger list. Admittedly, though, he sorta skimped on the details. But today, Rivers and ... More >>
Beyond (Fat Possum)
White men learned to dance, and the emoting was as thick as the eyeliner on the year's best pop-rock records.
Cover your ears or bask in the blare. Miami avant-skronkers Harry Pussy, Rat Bastard, and Tom Smith's To Live and Shave in L.A. have launched an audacious aural assault on the senses. But is anyone out there listening?