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  • Official version of Beach Boys' 'Smile' is released

    Official version of Beach Boys' 'Smile' is released
    "The Velvet Underground's first album only sold 10,000 copies," Brian Eno's famous quote posits, "but everyone who bought it formed a band." The Beach Boys were never remotely in the same universe of rock hipsterdom that the Velvets have long occupied,...
  • Fall album preview

    Here come the would-be blockbusters. The music industry inevitably rolls out new releases by its biggest artists in the fall, just in time for holiday gift-giving. This year is no exception, with studio albums expected from Drake and Mary J. Blige; a host...
  • Motorik space rockers White Hills play Rudy's in New Haven on Dec. 9

    Motorik space rockers White Hills play Rudy's in New Haven on Dec. 9
    If you've gotten around to absorbing H-p1, the latest mind-expanding record by New York space-rock trio White Hills for the Thrill Jockey imprint, here’s some exciting news: in March, they'll release Frying on this Rock, a five-song LP recorded with...
  • Box sets 2011, from Beach Boys to U2

    Box sets 2011, from Beach Boys to U2
    Here are the most notable box sets of the season in rock and pop: Beach Boys, “The Smile Sessions” (Capitol/EMI, $137): Review HERE. Leonard Cohen, “The Complete Columbia Albums Collection” (Columbia/Legacy, $170): How much...
  • Cliff Martinez scores a strange success with 'Drive'

    Cliff Martinez scores a strange success with 'Drive'
    The cristal baschet is one of the most beautiful musical instruments you will ever see, made of vibrating, tuned steel, fiberglass amplification cones and wire "whiskers" that shimmy when fingers rub the glass-rod keyboard. Film composer Cliff Martinez'...
  • Chi-Tunes: Stolen Silver

    Chi-Tunes: Stolen Silver
    Folksy Chicago rockers the Stolen Silver answered our Chi-Tunes questionnaire. Do the same and your band could appear in RedEye! What makes your live show great? We're lucky to have six talented players in the group. Because the band members are split...
  • Bang on a Can All-Stars Play Avant-Garde Modern Music

    Mother’s Day, 1987. David Lang, Julia Wolfe, and Michael Gordon, three young composers fresh out of Yale, stage a 12-hour marathon of new music at a gallery on lower Broadway in New York City. Double bassist Robert Black participates. “I...
  • Grace Jones Making Her First US Comeback in 22 Years!

    Grace Jones Making Her First US Comeback in 22 Years!
    The queen of unusual beauty, Grace Jones, will be releasing her first US release in 22 years this September. Hurricane was released in the UK and Europe back in 2009 (why do they always get the best things first?) and garnered rave reviews. I'm...
  • Q&A: 'The Future' star/writer/director Miranda July's ideas are at least as valuable as yours

    Q&A: 'The Future' star/writer/director Miranda July's ideas are at least as valuable as yours
    Writer-director Miranda July’s “The Future” is this year’s second movie to vocalize the thoughts of a pet (a cat named Paw Paw voiced by July). The first: a dog with audible opinions in “Beginners,” written and directed...
  • 'Bicycle Diaries' by David Byrne

    'Bicycle Diaries' by David Byrne
    If you've lived in New York some time during the last three decades, you might have seen David Byrne on his bike -- long legs pedaling, bright eyes watching. The erstwhile Talking Head, sometime filmmaker, Brian Eno collaborator and perspicacious...
  • Critic's notebook: 'Shutter Island' as a new-music haven

     
    The trailers at the cineplex the other day included the usual summer blockbuster suspects showing off their special effects -- one cartoonish morph after another after another. Every soundtrack was loaded down with the same super-deep, but sonically...
  • Shoegaze is back: From My Bloody Valentine to A Place to Bury Strangers

     
    “Shoegaze” lives! Briefly in vogue in the U.K. during the early ‘90s, “shoegaze” was a snarky, rock-critic brand for a generation of bands who stared at their shoes onstage while enveloping gauzy melodies inside a cocoon of heavily distorted...