By Tom McCall Pavement are finally back to tour Australia for the first time since their brief previous reunion in 2010 and 30 years on since their first appearance in Brisbane. There was cautious optimism from myself and likely many other Pavement fans when the gigs were announced, with the caution resulting from the classic […]
Pavement return to Brisbane for the first time since 2010, with a show at the Fortitude Music Hall, supported by Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever.
Disclaimer: I’ve probably never heard a Grateful Dead song in my life. At least not knowingly. This is an unfortunate position for me to be in, considering I am reviewing an album containing 59 covers of songs by the Grateful Dead. Just so you know. In 2009, the Red Hot Organization, fighting AIDS through pop […]
Hey, Mr. Malkmus. I don’t know if you read these reviews anymore – what with you being a cultural icon and thus guaranteed a decent chunk of moolah – but I’m Lee Adcock. You haven’t heard of me yet, and that’s OK – I’m a new, bumbling writer/critic and I tend to always screw up […]
The best entry wins the new Stephen Malkmus album … or something good, if they’d rather.
It was all about one album this week.
You need Mirror Traffic the way the ocean needs more salt.
Beck clones were everywhere and in their wake they rendered passionate feeling an embarrassing personality trait.