To the uninitiated, it is easy to mistake the hypnotic bodily vibrations of Thom Yorke for the spiritual dance of a nouveau réligion. As prophetic as the Radiohead front man’s moves may seem in both the music videos for Lotus Flower and now supergroup Atom For Peace’s Ingenue, the intense hip thrusts and flailing arms strangely speak to the soul in an unfathomably profound manner...
New York-based band The NowhereNauts came down to 88 Benevolent to serenade the WBRU staff with several songs from their album Warned You. The foursome impressed the crowd and filled the room with their intense and powerful sounds, ending their casual set with the ballad "Insomnia"
What happens when you mix a punk rock band and pop art's most iconic figure? While one would hope it were another banana-themed album cover à la The Velvet Underground, it's Alkaline Trio's anguished metaphor for unrequited love in the form of a lonely painting...
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