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Albert Hammond, Jr. Reveals “Rude Customer”

Thu, Sep 26, 2013


Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond, Jr. has released a song from his upcoming EP AHJ. The song is called “Rude Customer” and it debuted on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 show earlier today. The track is a great upbeat rocker and with some sublime guitar work. You can listen to “Rude Customer” below. Albert also did […]

The Strokes – Comedown Machine

Wed, Mar 20, 2013


With their fractured Angles recording sessions, the absence of any definite tour plans, and the complete media blackout surrounding their new album, The Strokes are giving every indication that their time together is up. When you consider that Comedown Machine, the band’s new album, will be their last on release RCA, it all makes sense. So when the video […]

New Strokes Album Streaming on Pitchfork Advance

Tue, Mar 19, 2013


The new Strokes album, Comedown Machine, is now streaming on Pitchfork Advance. You can listen to it here. The album is set to be released in the US on March 26th. I’ll have a review up for this very soon.

What “All the Time” Means for The Strokes

Mon, Mar 11, 2013


Is This It cursed The Strokes. While it’s a nearly perfect record and one of the most influential albums of the aughts, The Strokes could never again live up to the standard set by Is This It, at least in the eyes of music critics. When the band released the excellent Room on Fire in […]

The Rise of Modern Punk Music

Tue, Mar 5, 2013


Punk is making a comeback. Young bands are creating gritty tracks that appeal to a new generation of music listeners, making post-punk revival the music scene to watch. Although there is much hype about the new Strokes album set to release later this month, let’s face it. The Strokes have lost their charm. Yes, they […]

Watch the Strokes play live @ Conan 20/04/2011

Fri, Apr 22, 2011

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Yesterday night, the NYC garage revivalists dropped by Conan, a mutual regular acquittance as the show’s host confessed himself, where they played “Games” off their recently released new album. The performance itself was flawless as far it faithfully followed the studio version, however I found it to be a tad plain and murky. Well, it […]

[VIDEO] The Strokes back at SNL live!

Mon, Mar 7, 2011

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This Saturday the NYC garage re-revivalists returned to SNL as part of their third live appearance on the show, where they played two tracks promoting the new upcoming album, “Angles”. The band first kicked off their two song performance with the record’s lead single “Under Cover of Darkness“, a mediocre performance for an otherwise equally […]

Julian Casablancas maps US spring tour

Thu, Feb 11, 2010


It’s going to be a very densely packed year for Julian Casablancas. Between recording sessions and the afferent touring following the release of The Strokes‘ upcoming new album, Casablancas is set to embark on a relatively short stint in the US where he’ll tour in support for his recently released debut solo album, “Phrazes for […]

The Strokes are Recording

Wed, Feb 3, 2010


We’ve expressed skepticism in the past concerning the extremely overdo new Strokes album, but it seems we’ve finally gotten solid word from the band itself that things are indeed stirring towards a bright future. If you happen to access the Strokes website at the moment, you’ll be greeted with a neat sign advising visitors that […]

The Top Albums of The Decade: 2001

Sun, Nov 8, 2009


This post is part of our “Top Albums of The Decade” series. Follow the series to read about the best music to grace our ears in the 2000s. Jimmy Eat World – Bleed American (Dreamworks) There are 10 other tracks on Jimmy Eat World’s fourth effort besides “The Middle” but you’d be hard-pressed to find […]

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