Marc Spitz, Music Journalist and Author, Dead at 47
He wrote for ‘Spin,’ ‘Rolling Stone,’ and ‘Salon’ as well as publishing ‘Twee: A History’ and ‘How Soon Is Never?’
Alex Robert Ross
If You Listen to Any New Music Today, Let it Be Calvin Johnson’s Album
The K Records founder and DIY indie master has made an album under his pseudonym Selector Dub Narcotic, and we're premiering it here.
Miranda July and Paul Ford Cyberstalked Me
At the New Museum's annual Seven on Seven conference, the artist and technologist exposed the audience to itself.
Frankie Cosmos Performed Inside the World's Largest Model Railroad
And there's a video of it because, hey, why not?
PREMIERE: The Shivas Slow it Down from Surf-Rock to Twee-Pop on "Gun In My Pocket"
Portland's The Shivas revisit an old single with fresh eyes.
Coming Soon to the Deep Web: Adorable Baked Goods
A gURLs internet art collective wants to bring something cute and innocent to the darkest corners of the internet.
Designer Kaya Tinsman Rips Apart Raccoon Carcasses to Make Etsy Earrings
Although the finished product is sometimes criticized as "twee," the process of making animal bone jewelry is gory, gruesome, and often involves handling roadkill. We sent a photographer to Bucks County, Pennsylvania, to capture every maggot, intestine...
Sophie Saint Thomas
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
This Is a Black and White Video of Lykke Li Covering Drake's "Hold On, We're Going Home"
This week in twee and Drake: acoustic guitars.
Some Monster Wants to Turn the 'Very British Problems' Twitter Account into a TV Show
The twee Twitter-fication of Britain is complete. Throw me in the sea and burn the land I come from.
Dance Around In Your Underwear to Springtime Carnivore's Debut Album
Springtime Carnivore's debut album is perfectly twee.
Bishop Allen Share “Why I Had to Go” and Explain Why They Had to Come Back After a Five Year Hiatus
Justin Rice of the beloved indie pop band talks about their first album in five years, 'Lights Out,' Joan Didion, and his punk roots.
NOT-A-CAMERA Is A Functional Optical Illusion
When she’s not designing LED tutus, Olivia Barr makes real cameras look fake.