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Times got tough on The Raveonettes’ chain gang of love. 2012’s ‘Observator’ was inspired by a three-day drug bender that guitarist Sune Rose Wagner threw himself into to battle depression…

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Far below the glass ceiling, sunk deep in the slime, lurk Leamington’s Coves: one dusky drug demon in leathers as black as his eyes (John Ridgard, instruments) and one ice-cold…

San Diego’s Crocodiles have been treading the line between darkness and light since their 2009 debut, ‘Summer Of Hate’. This fourth full-length is another fizzy, fuzzy, monochrome mash-up of The…

Last time Danish pairing Sharin Foo and Sune Rose Wagner really demanded our attention was with 2003’s stomporific ‘That Great Love Sound’. Since then they’ve released five albums of fuzzed-up…

The dreamy new single from Danish duo The Raveonettes concerns a New York City eccentric named Loan, who dances in the city’s Bowery area. She stars in this video, shot…

“Hi,” says the first man/boy to take the stage, “I’m Justin Bieber.” WHAT!?! Has the booker of the Generation Next tour lost their mind? One of the world’s biggest teen-pop…

Like videogames? Like Batman? Of course you do. To whet our whistles for the October 21st release of the ‘Batman: Arkham City’ videogame, a soundtrack called ‘Batman: Arkham City: The…

That title and the emblematic corvid on the sleeve might suggest a band reconnecting with their darkest core. So it’s disappointing when [b]‘Recharge & Revolt’[/b] invokes little more revolutionary than…