Unlike their Danish peers, such as Aqua and Junior Senior who helped put Denmark on the musical map with their own brand of dance-pop, The Raveonettes bring their own twist to pop with their most recent effort, ‘Lust, Lust, Lust.’ Incorporating fuzzy guitars and shoegaze influences that recall My Bloody Valentine, The Raveonettes are set […]
Back in 2003, there was a little band by the name of British Sea Power that got signed to Rough Trade Records thanks to their energetic live shows. Later in September, the band released ‘The Decline of British Sea Power,’ one of the year’s best records, an album that did justice to their versatile live […]
Okay, so by now we’ve all seen Liam Kyle Sullivan’s 2006 video ‘Text Message Breakup’ (and obviously if you haven’t, either get on YouTube and see it or get ready to get otherized) I think it’s an important video, so I want to try to unpack what exactly it does and how it does it. […]
Judging from its preview trailer, ‘In Bruges’ seems to be a black comedy cashing in on the tone and wit of successful British crime/action films like ‘Snatch’ with too much comedic emphasis on accent humor. How sweet it is to be wrong. Despite the casting of Colin Farrell and half of the cast of ‘Harry […]
U2 offers 3D recorded concert as a theatrical release, New U staff writer provides glowing, uncritical applause.
Uninspired entrepreneurs offer another half-baked attempt to offer ad-funded music downloads.
Bored grad student offers overwrought analysis of YouTube video.
Something about tambourines…I don’t know, I was too lazy to read the article. Who the fuck cares about musicians from Williamsburg these days anyway?
Movie with vaguely suggestive title.
Movie about high school students. I thought the point of college was to get away from all of this shit?