He might be better known as co-leader of The Raconteurs these days, but Brendan Benson has been putting out his own offbeat pop records since the mid-'90s and has just announced Dear Life, his seventh studio album...
Brooklyn’s Nation of Language make classic-sounding synthpop hearkening back to early-’80s acts like OMD and Visage. Frontman Ian Devaney (who also plays in Fabrizio Moretti’s Strokes offshoot machinegum) actually cites OMD's "Electricity" as inspiration for "Rush & Fever," the catchy first single from their debut album, Introduction, Presence, which is out April 3. "...
Lee Ranaldo & Raül Refree's Names of North End Women is out February 21. Lee and fellow SY member Steve Shelley will also participate in a Q&A for the upcoming NYC screening of punk documentary Desolation Center.
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