The Hollywood Palladium
Nov. 17, 2017
April 2, 2011 was supposed to be the final LCD Soundsystem gig at Madison Square Garden in New York. It wasn't supposed to sell out, and yet it did. It also wasn't, as it turns out, the final LCD Soundsystem gig. Here they are again, back with one of 2017's best albums in American Dream, their fourth.
Purists are annoyed. Angry, even. Die-hard fans and social media warriors have rued the day James Murphy decided to become reborn as the leader of this band...
She is the ultimate 21st century woman – both on and off the screen. Eve Barlow meets Annette Bening in LA to talk about movies, motherhood and her search for meaning
Observer Magazine cover profile
When The Con was released on July 24, 2007, it was a different time for Tegan and Sara. The Canadian duo was five albums in and still on the fringes of the alternative indie rock world. They were cast as outsiders, ridiculed in the press for their gender and/or sexuality, not to mention their haircuts. The stress of it drove a rift between the two of them.
The Con wasn't their critical breakthrough and it wasn't their commercial crossover, but ten years later, it feels more significant than t...
My interview with Liam Gallagher on his new solo career for Noisey.
The Nashville punks return with a fierce sophomore effort, ‘Losing.’ In order to get here, the band and its leader Bognanno had to go to hell and back.
Alicia Bognanno is in the driving seat. Behind the wheel of Bully's tour van, she chirpily slips away from the cheap motel she and her three bandmates crashed in last night off a flight from Nashville, and heads blindly into Caljam festival in San Bernardino, California while making small talk. Gripping the steering wheel, her left bicep offer...