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  • Buffalo Springfield to reunite for Neil Young's 24th Bridge School benefit

     
    Neil Young will reunite with Stephen Stills and Richie Furay for a pair of performances as Buffalo Springfield for Young’s annual Bridge School benefit concerts in Northern California, with lineups that also include Pearl Jam, Elton John and Leon...
  • Matador at 21 Night 3: Guided by Voices gives the festival a salty salute

     
    Funny thing about Matador at 21: After three days and dozens of diverse bands, it turns out everyone was pretty much there to see Guided by Voices. The '90s lo-fi heroes, who reunited to play the festival (and stop in......
  • Matador at 21's greatest hits

     
    Guided by Voices' Robert Pollard closes Matador at 21's lost weekend out on Night 3 Your trusty blogger spent a four-day weekend in Las Vegas losing a lot of money at blackjack for Matador at 21, a celebration of the New York indie label's latest birthday...
  • John Mellencamp, rejuvenated: 'The Coug' is dead to him, so are record companies and the Internet

     
    To record his latest album, “No Better Than This” (Rounder), John Mellencamp hatched a plan with producer T Bone Burnett. They would set up a mono tape recorder and a single microphone and knock out a bunch of new songs......
  • Wilco forms own label, severs ties with majors

     
    Wilco took another step Wednesday toward becoming a self-contained music company when the Chicago band announced it was forming its own label, dBpm Records. The label will be based in Easthampton, Mass., and run by the band's manager, Tony Margherita........
  • Exclusive: Wilco forms own label, aligns with Silver Lake's Anti- Records

     
    Chicago's rock 'n' roll shape-shifters Wilco have formed their own label, dBpm Records, whose releases will be distributed and marketed by eclectic Silver Lake independent Anti- Records. A full announcement is expected soon. "This is an idea we've...
  • Album review: Nicole Atkins' 'Mondo Amore'

     
    Nicole Atkins is the kind of classic pop singer who could have been a megastar at any point except the last five years. She has a huge, rangy voice flecked with soul that sounds great atop broken-bottle slide blues (“My......
  • Fun with the charts: No stopping Adele, Steve Martin returns and the Dodos take flight

     
    Without any album cracking the six-figure mark, British soul songstress Adele returns to the top of the U.S. pop charts, as her "21" sold an additional 98,000 copies in its third week, according to Nielsen SoundScan. That pushes her total......
  • Pitchfork Festival adds Guided By Voices, Neko Case, Kurt Vile

     
    The Pitchfork Music Festival, scheduled for July 15-17 in Union Park, added 14 bands and artists to its lineup Friday, including Guided By Voices, Neko Case and Kurt Vile. The additions include Guided By Voices and Neko Case to the......
  • Pitchfork festival adds DJ Shadow, Thurston Moore, Superchunk, Tune-Yards

     
    The Pitchfork Music Festival completed its lineup Friday by adding 15 bands and artists to the lineup, including DJ Shadow, Superchunk, Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore and Tune-Yards. Also added to the festival July 15-17 in Union Park were Battles,...
  • Summer concert preview: A selective list of the season's must-see shows

     
    Those with fat wallets or friends in the biz will no doubt celebrate the bounty that is the summer music season in Southern California. The offerings are unrivaled among American regions, with so many open air venues, majestic theaters, off......
  • Talking 'punk jazz' and the Dead Kenny Gs with genre-defying saxophonist Skerik

     
    Coming to Southern California this weekend, Seattle-based saxophonist Skerik talks about his band's confrontational name and the perils of musical labels....