So many funny people.
"After weeks of discussion and consideration, the irony of the band's name was impossible to explain to many."
Did BSS perhaps nab the designated "sprawling indie-rock collective" spot?
Ms. Case responded very negatively to someone throwing a CD.
It's not all one take: If you look closely at the bricks, they shift color slightly.
Plus: Josh Schwartz picks up comedy from 'Colbert Show' writer.
"I'm too lazy."
They both have new albums coming out May 4. Can we get a sales showdown, please?
It's "shellacked in sunshine."
It's got a nice, hearty sound.
It's a fist-pumper.
Plus: new porn from the New Pornographers.
The sometimes New Pornographer talks to Vulture about his new record, Miles Davis, and the 2010 Olympics.
Plus industry news on Jason Statham, Steve Winwood, and Phil Collins's daughter.
Plus: David Bowie, John Guare, and Captain America.
Not only does this guy do a spot-on impression of McDonald in a funny, well-executed music video, but he managed to record a mash-up of the New Pornographers' "It's Only Divine Right" and the Doobie Brothers' classic "What a Fool Believes" that is so effortless and smooth that it makes the original from 2003's Electric Version retroactively sound like an ironic mall-punk cover version.
Ja Rule, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Sandra Bernhard!
A.C. "Carl" Newman could have it worse — his marriage was the subject of a New York Times feature this past Sunday, and last night they played a sold-out show at the Bowery Ballroom.
Plus the National, the New Pornographers, and Spoon.