Russia didn’t think it was funny when the Pussy punkers seized a historic church and implored the Virgin Mary to oust President Putin.
The name says it all. It’s Wu-Tang. It’s Fugazi. It’s Wugazi. It’s freaking awesome is what it is.
God doesn’t quite save the queen in this scrappy and often hilarious documentary about the making of arguably the most influential punk rock album of all time.
This Week: Red Hot Chili Peppers drop album number ten; Balam Acab inspires ooos and ahhs; Lil Wayne takes a stab at The Throne; CSS’ nu-rave sex punk; Zach Hill and Hella’s ferocious math rock.
There has been a recognizable shift in the musical landscape over the past couple of years, one that recalls the sounds of the early and mid 1990s: grunge, shoegaze, twee / noise-pop, etc. Here are a few bands that have helped usher in this revival exceptionally well.
If you weren’t able to get tickets to LCD Soundsystem’s final show at Madison Square Garden on April 2nd, Pitchfork will be streaming it LIVE, in real time, and once only. Pretty cool.
This post-punk-funk set includes classic tracks by Gang of Four and Bush Tetras as well as The Rapture and Divo. And you can have it free.