While they may not be blood brothers, Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, singer and guitarist for Aerosmith, respectively, might as well be, given the relationship they've had for more than 45 years. It's a love/hate story that Perry details extensively in his new autobiography, written with David Ritz, ... More >>
Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut deals with smut and sweetness
An uncomfortable comedy rooted in cancer memories
Band appeared on very first cover of Sweet Potato, a.k.a City Pages
illustration via Daytrotterâ€‹I know, I know. Gayngs this, Gayngs that. It's not our fault they continue to murder it. And this is especially notable for the beautiful rendition of Sade's "By Your Side" they recorded at Chez Iver, Daytrotter in tow (and the footage of them performing it live in Chic ... More >>
Just in time for Valentine's Day.
"Keep [romantic karaoke] classy. Don't be creepy and sing 'Angel Eyes' to someone you just met."
Hard-working, hard-touring musician has never quite made the big time —and that's fine with him
Much as I long for the days of seeing my country music at the county fair, these stories only come from living in the city.
The store reveals its secrets of vitality
Faux Jean light up/burn down the Varsity
The New York Dolls and Scissor Sisters still find veins of rich material in the old velvet goldmine
In April, Bangle Sussana Hoffs and noted bauble Matthew Sweet are releasing "Under the Covers, Vol. 1," a duet album featuring the following '60s pop gems: I See The Rain (The Marmalade) And Your Bird Can Sing (The Beatles) It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (Bob Dylan) Who Knows Where The Time Goes ... More >>
Feist's 'Let It Die' is make-out music for the whole family
Looking for the rocking heart of Tuesday night with the Honeydogs' Adam Levy
With Black and Blue, the Backstreet Boys' grand cultural moment may have come to an end. And yes, it was so a grand moment.
U Film's "Sound Unseen" festival projects our mythologies of music onto the screen
Scottish indie-pop savants Belle and Sebastian keep postponing the doldrums of maturity, one album at a time
The Jungle heaves, Frank Theatre shudders, Outward Spiral recoils
Lunar Landing: Jean-Benoît Dunckel and Nicolas Godin of Air take their ambient sound on a Moon Safari.