May 31, 2012
Chaos In Tejas Preview: Thursday Highlights
Chaos In Tejas might have started as a showcase for the crustier edges of punk and metal, but recent lineups have reflected a broadening horizon.
The guide to the week's concerts
YES, PLEASE: Airstrip, Fin Fang Foom, Pipe, Ben Davis, Ted Leo, Killer Filler, Small Ponds, Man Forever, David Allan Coe, Amen Dunes, Mountains Matthew Park sort of dropped off the radar after his last project, Veelee, split up last year.
Green Day's former record label Lookout! Records closes its doors
Green Day 's former US label Lookout! Records has officially closed its doors. The independent punk label, which was founded in 1987, stopped officially releasing new music in 2006, but now it has finally been announced that the label has completely ceased business.
Miami New Times
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists at Churchill's Pub October 30
Wonder how singer, songwriter, and leader of his own partially eponymous rock band, Ted Leo, might describe his music? Is it indie rock? Or, really, just rock? Punk? Or pop? Politically charged? Or laden with emotions? Like most musicians, Leo resists easy categorization.
Miami New Times
Ted Leo on Pop, Punk, and Getting Pigeonholed by Politics
We asked singer, songwriter and leader of his own partially eponymous rock band, Ted Leo , how he might describe his music: Is it indie-rock? Or, really, just rock? Punk? Or pop? Politically charged? Or laden with emotions? Like most musicians -- especially internationally recognized touring artists who are constantly forced to answer ridiculous ... (more)