Sunday, March 3 2013
They Might Be Giants' never-ending cavalcade of songs and wry humor culminates with Nanobots, their 16th album. John Flansburgh walks us through the album's creation, their evolving songwriting process, and defend against the notion that some of their songs can be construed as mean-spirited.
Tuesday, December 27 2011
The year's best songs are headlined by an instant synth pop classic, the massive hitmaking of the planet's hottest new diva, the pristine harmonies of a young band headed for greatness, the return of the poster boys for indie rock, and an instant Americana classic.
Monday, December 26 2011
The year's best albums feature sophomore sets from two of indie's finest artists, a hardcore punk opera masterpiece, career highlights from four amazing women in the top 10 alone, new forward-thinking R&B and hip-hop, an electronic Big Album that shoots for the moon, and so much more.
Thursday, September 22 2011
After the multiple Grammy wins and the numerous acclaimed children's albums, They Might Be Giants finally get back to making some good ol' fashioned alt-pop, and are here to tell PopMatters all about it ...
Sunday, July 8 2007
John Linnell of TMBG reflects on 25 years of music-making, the joy of reading and eating at the same time, and the removal of Hillary Duff's soul in an expansive interview with PopMatters.
Thursday, June 28 2012
As They Might Be Giants' first kid-friendly album turns 10 this year, Idlewild adorns No! with bonus tracks. Don't worry, you can stick with your old copy.
Sunday, February 5 2012
Weird was good at the seminal silly band's 30th anniversary gig.
Monday, July 18 2011
Join Us is the type of record, despite its titular invitation, that will be best enjoyed by the faithful, as opposed to those who are curious about the group and want a starting point to delve into.
Monday, August 31 2009
They Might Be Giants create a kids' album about science. Could there be a better pairing of band and topic?
Sunday, August 9 2009
Their transition from a quirky adult band to an earnest children’s band isn’t as seamless as it is inevitable.
Monday, June 11 2012
In 2002, Brooklyn-based They Might Be Giants released their first family-friendly album No!. Ten years and many Grammy's later, the album is getting a deluxe makeover
Thursday, April 28 2011
A new EP foreshadowing new album.
Tuesday, August 25 2009
They Might Be Giants Here Comes Science (Idlewild/Disney Sound) Releasing: 1 September (iTunes/Amazon) / 22 September (physical) SONG LIST Disc: 1 01 Science Is Real 02 Meet the Elements 03
Tuesday, November 27 2007
You might suppose that collaborating with They Might Be Giants would be a load of laughs, given the charming wackiness of indie-pop tunes such as