See also: * Live Review, 7/16/12: Frank Ocean Meets a Sea of Support at the Regency Ballroom * Frank Ocean: The Only Band That Matters In music this year, the moment that has meant the most to me didn't happen while playing a record or attending a show. It happened while reading a Tumblr. On Jul ... More >>
Annie&John/FlickrWake and slake: Beer brunch at 21st Amendment.Sunday, Feb. 13 Onward, soldiers! Day Three awaits, and we're going for the trifecta. Pickle your liver at these lazy Sunday events: Start bright and early this morning with some hair of the dog at 21st Amendment: Big Be ... More >>
The Gutter Twins (Greg Dulli and Mark Lanegan) February 11, 2009 The Independent Better Than: Joaquin Phoenix' new rap career The audience: Reg'lar folks, mostly dressed in shades of the bruise palette. Two parkas, one with a fur-lined hood. Three trilbies. Smatterings of plaid. One army coat tr ... More >>
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