NSYNC reunion talk has dominated music news this week, because everybody in America really, really misses the '90s, and despite a non-denial from Lance Bass it seems like there's still a good chance it actually happens, even if nobody at the VMAs was planning on it originally. (How could they pass u ... More >>
Zhora may have only been together for a short while, but they seem to gain more fans with every show they play. Fronted by former Ishi vocalist Taylor Rea, their music is a blend of programmed electronic beats and live instrumentation. Rea and bandmate Taylor Cleveland sat down with us on a pleasant ... More >>
It's been a year of starting over for Ishi. Earlier in 2011, the band lost dynamic singer Taylor Rea, who was replaced by the talented but far less charismatic Becky Middleton. The band seems to be moving forward nicely, though.And, as we see from the above interview piece posted over at You Plus Da ... More >>
Thursday, July 23, at The Door
Patrick MichelsThe best photo of SXSW, in my book. And, yes, we at DC9 are clearly obsessed with Monotonix. We know. If all goes to plan (which never happens, but we'll see), we should have a few more belated dispatches from bands who played SXSW popping up in the next couple of hours and/or days. ( ... More >>
Former 'N Syncer spills the beans in a surprisingly good bio
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Sunday, May 28, at Smirnoff Music Centre
Extreme sports may be fun, but First Descent is not
The most exhaustive--and exhausting--Depeche Mode collection ever
Kish Kash (Astralwerks)
Fetch some cash for our four-pawed furry friends
Landscapes, from north to south
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Rooney's Robert Carmine has a lot to live up to
To find her long-lost mother--and sing a few songs along the way
This pretty much speaks for itself
The computer-generated Jimmy Neutron should be a blast for kids
Radio Disney feeds the new pop underground with music for tweens
Macavity doesn't have any goals. It just has fun.
Nile is the sole practitioner of "Ithyphallic Metal." Grab a dictionary.
KRBV's change in format causes barely a ripple in the airwaves
Counting down the days 'til February
Selected Notes on Music, 2000
Unwrapping our annual roundup of musical season's greetings--and beatings
MTV and Rolling Stone pick the 100 greatest pop songs ever, "from The Beatles to the Backstreet Boys." We demand a recount.
Yeah, they're fast, but the Cowboys' linebackers are too short and light for the NFL
Rick's Place burns; Chomsky is still looking to be Born on the Web; Tony Edwards makes a break; Baboon shows us their cans; Plus, much, much more
Falling down; One deluded man; Family matters; The Stick Men speak
Bronco Bowl's Four Plans From Outer Space
Todd Deatherage takes up residency at the Lakewood Bar & Grill
'N Sync's Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears live and love at the top of the pops. Or do they?
Now on the same label as Britney and the Backstreets, is Bowling For Soup the next teen-pop sensation? Uh, no.
All we want for Xmas is Jessica's two front teats
KISS-FM attempts to create the next boy band sensation. Why does that sound so scary?
Rock and roll is still a man's, man's, man's, man's world
A "rock star" writes an open letter to Britney Spears
Or: What do cake walks, the Backstreet Boys, and Jon Cunningham have in common?
Mercury Records will be making a huge mistake if it doesn't release Sha Sha