shout out to england’s the guardian (love that paper!) for this awesome charticle (magazine lingo). uh, who knew the strokes were almost called “the rubberbands”?? lol!
Entries Tagged as 'julian casablancas'
May 18th, 2011 No Comments
February 8th, 2011 No Comments
The Strokes are set to release their new single, “Under Cover Of Darkness,” on February 9th via a stream on their website + the song will be available to download for free for 48 hours from www.thestrokes.com; iTunes purchase starts February 15th. All angles covered, rt? The song is the band’s first released track from [...]
January 1st, 2011 No Comments
everyone knows that the musical scores to sofia coppola’s films are as memorable as the movie itself. having just seen her new film “somewhere,” which i highly recommend, this early, tender strokes song (a demo) really stood out and stays on. music nerd sidebar: compare the low-fi demo with the record version below which became [...]
August 31st, 2010 No Comments
no, thank you. here’s what i found tonight on julian casablancas’s official website homepage (i was actually perusing font inspiration for the imaginary frend logo, dude has some great fonts, what can i say). anyway, it’s an awesome gesture and cool photo and so happy that julian’s stoked liked us fans to be back. guess [...]
August 7th, 2010 No Comments
Lady Gaga came with a “message” for her fans to be whomever they want. If that means committing multiple fashion crimes, then I disagree. I saw way too much flesh yesterday—muddy, body painted, cellulite gnarliness. Ick. Anyway, I only overheard Gaga’s message in the aftermath, though, as I was at the other end of the [...]
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August 3rd, 2010 No Comments
Featuring Andy Samberg and Julian Casablancas. Not quite as funny as “D*ck In a Box” but still funny as hell…and kinda more disturbing