A quarter of a decade ago, I turned my back on our revolution. As the reprogramming accelerated, I slowed time by pursuing love. But it was not enough.
Black Francis and crew have a new full-length effort out called Head Carrier.
Pixies’ Surfer Rosa lives on forever.
Pixies are still making great music, and I’m happy to still be listening and interviewing them about it.
Unbowed, the Pixies’ reconstructed band, and brand, now soldiers ahead with street and market cred to spare.
The greatest band of the ’80s and ’90s is back to rep its crossover knockout with a full-album tour, including B-sides.
I caught up with the Deals to talk about Bob Marley, Jessica Simpson, the digital-analog divide, and the end of the music industry as we know it.
So I rapped with the pair for Rolling Stone and reviewed the disc for Metromix. All is well.
The trend is virally replicating.
Pop-punk progenitors the Pixies cast a long shadow over modern rock’s past — and future.
Black Francis summarily reformed the band 12 years after they’d called it quits, and set about touring the world like nothing ever happened.