Tag: Pavement

Pavement Announce Reunion for 2022 U.K. and European Tour

These will be the group’s first shows since their last reunion in 2010.

Everyone Needs an Advocate: Photographer Daniel Efram Details “The Steve Keene Art Book”

The retrospective on the artist, whose work you may know from Pavement and Silver Jews album covers, has nearly reached its Kickstarter goal.

PLAYLIST: Screaming Females’ Favorite Non-Album Tracks

Preceding their “Singles Too” comp, Marissa Paternoster and Jarrett Dougherty share some B-side favs.

WATCH: Stephen Malkmus Goes Full Electroclash on “Viktor Borgia”

The Pavement frontman embraces his inner Fischerspooner on the robotic dance jam from his forthcoming “Groove Denied.”

Radio’s On, Feelin’ Alright: Silver Jews’ “American Water” at Twenty

David Berman’s masterpiece was somewhat out of place when it came out in October of 1998. These days it just sounds like perfection. 

Spiral Stairs, “Doris & the Daggers”

With family life firmly in the picture, head screwed on correctly, and rangy Pavement life behind him, Scott Kannberg has delivered his strongest album-length statement.

Friends with Benefits: Whitney, Sinkane, Rhys Darby, and More on the Year that Was

Our pals from the worlds of music, film, and TV offer their lists for the best of the year.

WATCH: For One Night Only, Bob Nastanovich and Steve West Moonlight in Crooked Corners, a Pavement Cover Band

I’d keep your address to yourself, guys.

Vices Torn: Scott “Spiral Stairs” Kannberg and Bob Nastanovich Take a Slanted Look Back at the Enchanted Early Days of Pavement

Fax machines, lobsters, Sonic Youth, and all the trigger cuts responsible for “The Secret History” of arguably the greatest band of the ’90s.

Pavement, “The Secret History, Vol.1”

It’s always exciting to have anything new with Pavement’s name on it.

Pavement Prep Five-Volume Rarities Compilation

The Secret History Volume 1 Double LP out August 11 on Matador

60 Years of the Fender Stratocaster: A History of the Greatest Moments of the Electric Guitar

A look back on some of the defining moments in music history, played on the Stratocaster.


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