Vegas sets the official over-under for awkward pop music references in Cameron Crowe’s new flick Elizabethtown
Album of the Year This Week
The creeping suspicion that Sigur Ros’ new record, Takk, is actually terrible
Give us a call when you’re willing to try actual choruses, not to mention consonants.
The reliable, consistent joy of browsing through old Flaming Lips song titles on AllMusic.com
Current favorites: “Hell’s Angels Cracker Factory,” “The Ceiling Is Bendin’,” “This Here Giraffe,” and the immortal “Lightning Strikes the Postman.”
The Pernice Brothers’ gorgeous “There Goes the Sun” shows up in a Sears ad
Hopefully this will fund another episode of the band’s online phenomenon Indie Rock Cribs.
This Song Will Change Your Life
The Strokes, “Juicebox”
So brash, unhinged, and terrifying that folks are pulling the old “This can’t possibly be them” trick (à la Daft Punk). Will provide fine accompaniment to frontman Julian Casablancas tossing monitors off the Shoreline Amphitheater stage several months from now.