Jill Menze

Trail of Dead Returns with Two-Part 'Tao of the Dead'

Trail of Dead Returns with Two-Part 'Tao of the Dead'

After reclaiming its independence following a rough streak at Interscope for 2009's "The Century of Self," Austin art rock band . . . And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead continues blazing its own path for its latest release, the two-part "Tao of the Dead."
Plain White T's Aim For the Small Screen

Plain White T's Aim For the Small Screen

Plain White T's frontman Tom Higgenson has gotten a lot of mileage out of a crush. While most people resort to stalking on Facebook to pursue the one who got away, Higgenson wrote "Hey There Delilah," a bona fide hit that crossed over into the pop-culture lexicon.
Interpol Returns To Matador For Fourth Album

Interpol Returns To Matador For Fourth Album

Once a decade, it seems, a respected act from Matador signs a deal with Capitol and promptly falls flat. But unlike Liz Phair, Interpol isn't coping by releasing bizarre Bollywood tracks online—instead, the band is quickly boomeranging back to its original home.
Beach House / Jan. 26, 2010 / Brooklyn, N.Y. (Bell House)

Beach House / Jan. 26, 2010 / Brooklyn, N.Y. (Bell House)

On same day Beach House released its new album "Teen Dream," the power-pop duo fleshed out the subtlety of its arrangements for a quaint room of fans hanging on to every squiggling guitar line and breathy "oh-oh" harmony.

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