July 29, 2012 - 7:02pm
Forecastle Festival 2012 review: Wilco
Wilco continues to surprise listeners by constantly reinventing itself, both in the studio and during live performances, as was proven when the indie legend closed out Forecastle Festival this past Sunday.
What is Wilco? It’s certainly not the same band that made its debut eighteen years ago, and front man Jeff Tweedy is not the same guy who mourned “I just can't find the time / To write my mind / The way I want it to read” in AM’s “Box Full of Letters.” Now it...
July 29, 2012 - 6:55pm
The least sexy wet t-shirt contest ever: a runner's diary (finale) [Humor]
The eternal struggle between moron and fitness finally comes to an end.
On Saturday, February 4th, the final leg of the Polar Bear Grand Prix was held in Cherokee Park.  The Snowman Shuffle 4 Miler presented a challenging conclusion to the racing series for the tens of billions of runners who traveled from the farthest reaches of the planet to participate (...
July 12, 2011 - 9:55am
Mobley lead singer sits down with Louisville.com to chat about interactive videos, being "British at heart," and how all of Louisville is invited to be on their guest list at Phoenix Hill Tavern Wednesday night.
Wednesday night, Austin, Texas-based rockers MOBLEY will hit the stage at Phoenix Hill Tavern to play for a third time in Louisville, bringing a mix of indie rock, dance and soul to a stage more accustomed to things that rock hard and roll fast.Lead singer Anthony Watkins II took Louisville.com...
January 12, 2012 - 12:18am
The Universal Sigh will be available for free all over the world.
Radiohead has been known for promoting and spreading its exciting and genre altering sound through unconventional means over the past ten years or so, and so far the veteran group's approach has been very successful.  From making their records exclusively available for download on their own...