Tag: The Velvet Underground
Cate Le Bon, “Rock Pool” [EP]
Le Bon’s music lives in an alternate universe—one that’s nearly identical to ours, but laden with a persistent feeling of anxiety.
Flo Morrissey & Matthew E. White, “Gentlewoman, Ruby Man”
On their covers LP, Morrissey & White stand shoulder to shoulder with classics from Sinatra & Hazlewood and Sonny & Cher.
John Cale, “Fragments of a Rainy Season” [reissue]
Equipped with nothing more than a piano and occasionally a guitar on this live album from 1992, the former member of The Velvet Underground pulls something new out of so many songs from across his career.
PREMIERE: The Warlocks Are Good Dogs in the Video for “Lonesome Bulldog”
The psych stalwarts’s seventh album, “Songs From the Pale Eclipse,” is out September 2 via Cleopatra Records.
Brian Eno, “The Ship”
Vessels have long served as a reference point in the works of Brian Eno. But on his new ambient album, “The Ship,” he evokes one of the most symbolically loaded boats in history: the “Titanic.”
In Conversation: Moe Tucker’s Velvet Mornings
The former Velvet Underground drummer reflects on the band’s legacy.
The Velvet Underground, “The Complete Matrix Tapes”
“The Complete Matrix Tapes” tries to take you as close to one of those shows as you can possibly be; it’s up to you to decide how long you want to stay.
The Velvet Underground’s “Complete Matrix Tapes” To Be Released
The 4-CD set includes nine previously unreleased tracks.
“How to Be a Rock Critic” Howls For Lester Bangs
Erik Jensen inhabits the mind of the famed music critic—without the Romilar.