Tag: Modest Mouse
Spinning Fortuna’s Wheel at Voodoo 2018
When Fortuna spins you downward, go out to a music festival and get more out of life.
Wino Party: Bottlerock Basks in the Light of its Own Joy
These days, there’s a niche festival for everyone—even people who love the radio.
Trying to Wash Us Away: Voodoo Music + Arts Experience 2015
While a flooded Saturday gave way to a cancelled Sunday, this year’s Voodoo Music + Arts Experience in New Orleans managed to maintain a little of that old magic.
Voodoo Fest Announces Its Seventeenth Annual Lineup
Have your Halloween costume ready
Austin City Limits Calls Music Lovers Back to ATX with 2015 Lineup
The two-weekend fest in Austin’s Zilker Park is going down in October
Modest Mouse, “Strangers to Ourselves”
There may not be anything truly revolutionary on the album, and none of the tracks stand out as destined for TV commercials and film trailers, but for fans who’ve waited for new music from Modest Mouse, this is a solid and satisfying addition to the band’s catalogue.
Most Anticipated Albums of 2015
At the close of 2014, we celebrated our favorite albums of the year, and with the turn to a new year, it’s only fitting that we give our excitement an outlet…
Sasquatch! Announces 2015 Lineup
Memorial Day weekend at the Gorge will include headliners Kendrick Lamar, Robert Plant, and Modest Mouse, plus comedy acts.
LISTEN: Modest Mouse Releases Melodic, Brazen New Song “The Best Room”
“Strangers To Ourselves” will be out March 17
Sound Board: The Week’s Best Tracks
Even with the holiday on Monday, this week was stacked with unheard tracks left off of previous albums (St. Vincent, The Babies), lead singles from…
LISTEN: Modest Mouse Returns With New Single “Lampshades On Fire,” Announces New Album “Strangers To Ourselves”
Modest Mouse has just released “Lampshades On Fire,” their first official single in nearly eight years, and it is three minutes of unadulterated, toe-tapping goodness. “Lampshades On…
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2014: In Photos
Capturing the sights from the sounds of the three-day weekend, including John Waters, Modest Mouse, Death From Above 1979, Ginuwine, Fred Armisen, and more.