Tag Archives: Music

David Crosby Calls ABBA's Music 'Dog Poop'

David Crosby sure isn’t laying all his love on ABBA these days. In a series of recent tweets, the veteran singer-songwriter repeatedly referred to the Swedish pop group as “dog poop.” It began innocently enough, when a fan inquired about the best band he’s ever seen perform. The Byrds and Crosby, Stills and Nash alum responded by

Arcade Fire’s Will Butler on “Disco Town Halls” and Affecting Change Through Music

Kyle Meredith With… Arcade Fire Listen and subscribe via iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | YouTube | RSS Arcade Fire’s Will Butler speaks with Kyle Meredith about “the disco town halls” he’s been hosting during the band’s latest North American tour. Butler, who recently earned a mid-career masters degree in public administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School, views the events as an opportunity to

August 2018 New Music Releases

August’s key new music releases include a pair of Alices, some former Black Crowes and a slew of cool reissues. Rich Robinson, Marc Ford and Sven Pipien have formed a new group called the Magpie Salute. Their upcoming album High Water I includes music dating back to their time together in the Black Crowes. Alice

How Rock Music Shaped 'Bad Boy' Chef Anthony Bourdain

Anthony Bourdain — author, travel program host and onetime chef — was found dead in a hotel room in France of an apparent suicide by hanging. The man the Smithsonian Institution called “the original rock star” of the culinary world and “the Elvis of bad boy chefs” was 61 years old. Bourdain’s connections to music

Live Review: Arctic Monkeys Check into Brooklyn Steel with New Music (5/9)

Setting the Stage: It took Arctic Monkeys seven years and five albums to really break through in America. “I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor” off their Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not debut was a world-wide hit, but subsequent albums failed to catch on as well as they did across

Live Review: Arctic Monkeys Check into Brooklyn Steel with New Music (5/9)

Setting the Stage: It took Arctic Monkeys seven years and five albums to really break through in America. “I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor” off their Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not debut was a world-wide hit, but subsequent albums failed to catch on as well as they did across

Death Grips are apparently working on new music with Shrek director Andrew Adamson

Death Grips are practically idolized for their enigmatic social media presence, sending fans into a frenzy with every rare, coded message. Their latest tweet, for example, seems to confirm that they’re working on new music, but it’s the unexpected collaborator featured in the accompanying image that’s really catching attention. According to the band, they’re currently in