The Dandy WarholsFirst Avenue, MinneapolisSunday June 9, 2013 Sometimes a veteran rock band will perform one of its old albums in concert, beginning to end. You know this happens. It's no longer a trend or phenomenon to be excited or annoyed by, it's just an inescapable fact of the 21st century liv ... More >>
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Bah. We had enough rugrats around here anyway.
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Jeune Lune strips the sumptuous 'Carmen' to its bullfighting briefs
Nineteen ways to keep the faith in these desolate times
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NBC brings torture to television--and we're not just talking about another wedding on Friends
Sonic Youth and Stereolab redefine the intimate grammar of rock, again
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Life is hard and then you dance