What a year it’s been for Fitz and the Tantrums. Since the PopMatters interview last Memorial Day weekend in the basement of a small
Be still, my trembling hands.
The lonely organ and the disembodied voice have been staples of independent music since Suicide, but rarely have a group sounded so dandy about his
The band release Australian and American tour dates as well as new track "From a Friend to a Friend".
cirKus offers up a sweet slice of UK electro-soul with their new single "Bells", while two remixers reimagine the groovy tune.
The influence of Alan McGee’s Creation Records on the course of mid-‘90s British music can’t be ignored. The label actually made its
Ki:Theory, known in real life as Joel Burleson, blends electronics and indie rock into catchy pop tunes like "Holiday Heart", releasing as the artist's new single today.
If, as Julian Assange and other argue, Wikileaks' exposures of illegal or otherwise shady exploits might transform the world (and perhaps stop warfare), the show raises questions as to costs, for individuals more than governments and organizations, which tend to go on.
On June 7, Depeche Mode will release Remixes 2: 81-11, a sequel to Remixes 81-04 with new mixes by former Depeche members Vince Clarke and Alan Wilder.
The UK's White Belt Yellow Tag are a young band on the rise and they share their experiences playing in China with PopMatters through words and pictures.