We now live in a world where major corporate radio routinely features songs by Phoenix, M83, The Black Keys, Passion Pit, The Lumineers, Mumford & Sons, Kings of Leon and Macklemore. These were largely independent artists who for the most part built critical acclaim over the years by producing quali ... More >>
BY REED FISCHER
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This past weekend's running of Lollapalooza in Chicago was intense. The heat, the monsoon-like storm on S ... More >>
In 2005, after Heartless Bastards, the garage rock band lead by Erika Winnerstrom and her soulful, bluesy voice, caught the attention of Black Keys' drummer Patrick Carney, they got the break of a lifetime, the chance to record and release their first album, Stairs and Elevators, for Fat Possum Reco ... More >>
Kings of Leon, The Black KeysSuperpages.com CenterSeptember 23, 2010Better than: the last time Kings of Leon came through town.Rachel ParkerThe Brothers Followill. See more in our slideshow.It just felt so comfortable--all of it, from the band's performance to their crowd's reaction and their own ... More >>
Your daily dose of national music news for Wednesday, July 8, 2009...
Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney has started a band with four other drummers. The act is called... wait for it... Drummer.
Trent Reznor has already gone back on his word regarding his claims that NIN's last show was B ... More >>
The Strange Boys got a little bit of love from Rolling Stone this week, though the small blurb mentions only Austin, neglecting to point out the band's Dallas origins. Writes Austin Scaggs in Smoking Section: "They are four kids from Texas who will blow you away with their Sixties garage-rock-reviva ... More >>