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Uninspired tracks bog down Twinsmith’s ‘Alligator Years’ (Review)
Uninspired tracks bog down Twinsmith’s ‘Alligator Years’ (Review)
Twinsmith Alligator Years Twinsmith are probably the most Brooklyn-sounding indie-pop band to not actually come from Brooklyn. This Nebraska-based four piece deliver a solid album’s worth of jittery guitars, catchy hooks and synth-laden interludes that owe more than a little debt to bands such as Vampire Weekend, the Killers and Dirty Projectors. Song ...
Velveeta awards Cursive frontman with edible “gold” record
No, you didn't read that headline wrong—processed-cheese maker Velveeta recently got into a series of Twitter discussions with Cursive frontman Tim Kasher regarding his appreciation of their Shells & Cheese product, and as a result, the company created a "gold" record plaque for Cursive's Domestica, originally released in 2000 on Saddle Creek. The Chicago Read...
Tim Kasher (Cursive) announces solo tour dates, new album
Tim Kasher (Cursive) announces solo tour dates, new album
Tim Kasher, frontman for Cursive, will be embarking on a solo tour this March. Kasher is also preparing to enter the studio to record the follow-up to his 2010 release, The Game Of Monogamy. The dates are as follows: MAR. 12            HAMDEN, CT                            THE SPACE* MAR. 13            PHILADELPHIA, PA                   JOHNNY BRENDA'S* MAR. 14            BROOKLYN, NY     
Cursive add more dates to 2012 headlining tour
Cursive add more dates to 2012 headlining tour
Cursive has announced a bevy of new tour dates in support of their imminent full-length I Am Gemini, due out February 21 via Saddle Creek. Check out the dates and support info below. Sun-Feb-12, Denver, CO, Larimer Lounge Tue-Feb-14, Salt Lake City, UT, Urban Lounge Wed-Feb-15, Boise, ID, Neurolux Fri-Feb-17, Seattle, WA, Neumo’s Sat-Feb-18, Vancouver, BC, Media Club Sun-Feb-19, Portland,
Web Exclusive: A conversation with Cursive’s Tim Kasher
The title Mama, I'm Swollen might conjure up images of mid-century blues pioneers lamenting to their audiences, but that seems a fitting picture in the context of CURSIVE frontman TIM KASHER's career. BRIAN SHULTZ recently spoke with Kasher about some of the themes on the band's highly anticipated new album (released this week on Saddle Creek), his theatrical screenplays and what he thinks about