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  • The AV Club
  • VICE
  • Consequence of Sound
  • Alternative Press

Past articles by Dan:

Gone Is Gone starts becoming its own band on Echolocation

From the opening moments of Echolocation until its grim close, Gone Is Gone’s latest output is stronger than its debut EP. The sound evolved fast: While both releases combine post-hardcore and metal in a radio-friendly way, Echolocation reveals a band that’s fought hard to discover its own sound, ev → Read More

Nine Inch Nails starts anew on Not The Actual Events

Though Nine Inch Nails has always been a collaboration, it’s often seen as being all about Trent Reznor—though any deeper reading about The Fragile reveals a process involving several musicians creating ideas, not one man locked into a studio. But Not The Actual Events is the first time Nine Inch Na → Read More

Childish Gambino conjures Parliament and Prince on soulful “Awaken, My Love!”

It is hard to say whether it was always a game of chess, but if it were, Childish Gambino, a.k.a. Donald Glover, had the game plan all along. How does one go from being known as a comedian, a writer on 30 Rock, and an actor on Community to a multifaceted star in the truest sense? Take a hiatus from → Read More

Donovan Wolfington’s Trippy New Music Video Is Actually Two Trippy Videos in One

Filmed at the same mental hospital where 'Shutter Island' was shot, the epic double-video will mess with your brain. → Read More

Red Hot Chili Peppers add new flavors to the old recipe on The Getaway

The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ sound has always added different touches and flavors as their lineup changed—Hillel Slovak provided more pure funk; John Frusciante gave the band a melodic edge; Dave Navarro a heavier, almost psychedelic side—but this group, the one with former Gnarls Barkley, Beck, and C → Read More

A Day at the Ramones Museum with Modern Baseball

Philly foursome explore their punk roots at the Queens Museum’s “Hey! Ho! Let’s Go: Ramones and the Birth of Punk” → Read More

Happy Lagwagon Day: Joey Cape Explains the Significance of “May 16”

Check your punk calendar. → Read More

From Angst to Adulthood: What Happens When Emo Bands Grow Up?

Members of Dashboard Confessional, Empire! Empire! (I Was A Lonely Estate), The Get Up Kids, and others reflect on a genre they may have outgrown. → Read More

The Ivy League of Punk: Loner Chic

Or, how to be punk and still enjoy photobombing Rihanna. → Read More

Small City, Big World: A Night with Pinegrove

Who knew the sons of jingle composers would make a perfect album? → Read More

Jeff Lynne’s ELO – Alone in the Universe

Even after more than a decade of silence, Electric Light Orchestra haven't lost their mad genius. → Read More

Album Review: Jeff Lynne’s ELO – Alone in the Universe

Even after more than a decade of silence, Electric Light Orchestra haven’t lost their mad genius. → Read More

Live Review: JR JR at New York City's Webster Hall (11/4)

The Detroit indie pop duo turned Webster Hall into a dance club. → Read More

Live Review: Kendrick Lamar and the National Symphony Orchestra at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (10/20)

To Pimp a Butterfly spreads its wings across Washington, D.C. → Read More

Live Review: Stevie Wonder at Hartford's XL Center (10/11)

The legendary soul singer shines a light on Songs in the Key of Life. → Read More

Quitting Emo to Get Drunk: the Queen Moo Story

Right as Sorority Noise was about to take off, two members quit to do something else. → Read More

Riot Fest Chicago 2015 Festival Review: From Worst to Best

Controversy aside, Douglas Park provided a worthy home for the punk rock fiesta. → Read More

Riot Fest Chicago 2015 Festival Review: From Worst to Best

Douglas Park provides a worthy home for the punk rock fiesta. → Read More

Live Review: Incubus, Deftones, Death from Above 1979 at Nikon at Jones Beach Theater (8/5)

Three bands, one amphitheater of people singing in unison. → Read More

Envy – Atheist’s Cornea

The Japanese rockers can paint with any color. → Read More