Inertia and indifference are clearly in, chez Hurricane Bells; innovation and, well, a pulse to prove life, are evidently out.
Two tracks off the new album presented in highly contrasted fashion.
The U.S. government maintains that its work was sound, and that Bruce Ivins is “their man.” Still, doubt lingers. And, as Director of the Institute for Genome Sciences Claire M. Fraser-Liggett sums up, “If he wasn’t the perpetrator, then it means the other person is still out there.”
Death Cab for Cutie gears up for remix EP next month with the first of their weekly leakings of the albums seven tracks.
Group hangs out for a day in the American way
“I cannot imagine my life here as opposed to the United States,” says Heidi Bub. She’s traveled back to Vietnam, where she was born
At first it’s kind of hard to make out what’s going on in this Rollo Jackson-directed clip for Junior Boys’ “Banana Ripple”—it’
Icelandic music master creates new album in one hot week.
So what if it's an extended tequila commercial? The pairing is unexpected and cool.
If anyone in the neo soul/future R&B scene is holding Prince's ideals closest to their vest it's Rahsaan Patterson.