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Historically known for its spiked cocktails of sunshine pop and desert-dwelling psychedelia, the west-coast scene has rarely sounded so, well, resolutely British, thanks to ex-frontman of Rooney Taylor Locke‘s stomp-box-sustained salute to the Beatles’ Come Together that is Call Me Kuchu.
Decades before there was such a thing as “going viral,” quirky, pioneering college rockers They Might Be Giants were paving the way for the current generation of YouTubers, Vine stars, and Internet pranksters. And they did it totally analog-style.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of They Might Be Giants classic album ‘Flood’, the band and Yahoo Music are premiering a free download of the full album, recorded live in Australia. Read more >>
How a pair of misfits reconfigured what it means to be cool and earned one of music’s most unique fanbases.
Amy Rose Spiegel talks to They Might Be Giants on the evening of their sold-out performance at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg, the band’s founding fathers John Linnell and John Flansburgh are backstage preparing to present the first of the many ambitious projects they have slated for 2015. Read in full at RollingStone >>