Texas music looks great. It provokes the imagination and illustrates the intangible. For years, we've been providing the necessary flavor to help filmmakers tell their stories. It's what we do; we're obviously good at this kind of thing. And it goes both ways: Movie soundtracks are the kind of thin ... More >>
Day & Age (Island)
Vampire Weekend (XL)
It's getting hot up in this piece
Myth Takes (Warp)
Chappelle returns with a raucous Block Party
Thursday, June 9, at Rubber Gloves
SXSW 2005: The crowds, the hype bands and all the Shiner Bock you can drink
Frances the Mute (Universal)
DTC is seeing Violet
Mapping out the trends of 2005
Local musicians pick their favorite albums of 2004
The Ramones bopped toward history and an unhappy end
A party that's music to our ears
Rhino assembles the definitive '70s punk collection. Pretty much.
The Electric Six's shenanigans have them laughing all the way to the bank
The Mink Lungs are Brooklyn's hippest export without even trying
Nicola Kuperus and Adam Lee Miller don't want to be "easily accessible." But people like them anyway.
Inside ex-Smith Johnny Marr's new band, the Healers
The best was hard to find, harder still to ignore
Brett Ratner tarts up this Red Dragon adaptation
Penny Lane grows up and looks kind of like her mom--no, her Sister
Joe Cripps and Barrett Martin ride a Fast Horse to record-label utopia
You could call The Dismemberment Plan boring. But you won't.
Yes, The Strokes are as good as advertised
Ronald Reagan was president, Michael Jackson and Phil Collins ruled the charts, and a bunch of little rock bands were changing lives
The center of the musical universe, Austin welcomes the beautiful and the ugly
The singer-songwriter hasn't died. He's just gone online.
Luna's Dean Wareham is cooler than you are -- just ask him
The Dismemberment Plan's Travis Morrison talks about major labels, modern R&B, and...Steely Dan?
The world might not be coming to an end, but maybe it should be
Fifteen years later, the reissue of Stop Making
Sense opens old wounds ... and heals them
A trip to Wenders' Buena Vista Social Club is nothing short of heavenly
Will Clay died an unsung minor hero of Dallas rock and roll
Sara Hickman doesn't need to please anyone anymore