Jason Narducy wants to be known for more than just “the sexiest elbows in rock”, but a host of all-star guests like Dave Grohl, Hüsker Dü‘s Bob Mould, and Margaret Cho are having trouble moving past those sharp, sexy hinge joints. It’s all part of a mini-mockumentary promoting indie rockers Split Single, made up of
Neutral Milk Hotel‘s Australian tour has been almost a mini-festival of sorts, with the legendary band being supported by Merge Records stablemates M. Ward and Superchunk. Both major drawcards on any tour, the earlier acts provided two hours of solid music to warm up the crowd that had amassed in Melbourne’s The Forum. With a
You have one and only one chance to catch indie rock legends Superchunk in a headlining show when they hit Australia next month, with the seminal outfit today announcing they’ll be playing The Annandale in Sydney on Wednesday, 13th November. The North Carolinian quartet were initially set to come to Oz as part of AJ
Former Harvest Festival draws Neutral Milk Hotel, M. Ward and Superchunk have confirmed that they will be touring together for three East Coast headline shows. Harvest promoter AJ Maddah hinted at the possibility of such a lineup earlier this week. Fans were distraught at the new of Harvest Festival’s cancellation last month, with many purchasing
Chapel Hill, North Carolina’s finest, Superchunk, are to continue with their reissue campaign through Merge Records with an updated version of Foolish set to come out on September 13.