Dulli on Scott Ford Radio

Greg Dulli will be stopping by Scott Ford Radio next Thursday afternoon. Have a question for Mr. Dulli? Send it to fordradio@gmail.com and Scott just might ask your question live on the air. Scott’s also looking for a new co-host. So if you live in LA, put together an audition video and see what happens.

Afghan Rebels

City Beat: The Afghan Whigs, one of Cincinnati’s greatest musical exports, rise again with career retrospective BY Brian Baker Like anyone who was in Cincinnati in the late ’80s and aware of local music, I have profound and personal recollections of The Afghan Whigs. The first came just before the band’s 1988 self-released debut, Big Top Halloween, when Bucking Strap frontwoman Anna Scala dropped in to Wizard Records one afternoon to relate studio tales from her recent session providing background vocals for “Scream” and “Sammy.”…

Pitchfork Reviews I’m a Soldier/Magazine

Pitchfork: Forkcast New Music: The Afghan Whigs: “I’m a Soldier” / “Magazine” Pretty much every song Greg Dulli has ever written is about how he wants to have sex/do drugs with you or how he used to have sex/do drugs with you and doesn’t want to anymore. Somehow, he’s been doing this for two decades and it hasn’t gotten boring yet. So when the Afghan Whigs reunited last year to record two new songs for the Rhino Records anthology Unbreakable, and Dulli told interviewers that…

Unbreakable – Pitchfork

The Afghan Whigs: Unbreakable (A Retrospective): Pitchfork Record Review Rating: 8.8 There’s about eight years between the first and second tracks on Unbreakable (A Retrospective), immediately revealing how much the Afghan Whigs developed over a decade, what was gained in the process, and what was lost. Opener “Retarded”, from 1990’s Up In It, a lo-fi maelstrom of raw, threatening guitars, introduces the band’s defining elements: the knife-fight between guitar players Greg Dulli and Rick McCollum, soul and funk melodies ratcheted to aggressive tempos, and Dulli’s…

Moon Maan, Afghan Whigs To Both Release New CDs On Same Day

PlugInMusic.com : News : Moon Maan, Afghan Whigs To Both Release New CDs On Same Day What do Moon Maan and The Afghan Whigs have in common? Two things, actually: guitarist extraordinaire Rick McCollum, for one, and also the release of a CD on June 5th. From its first cut “Be Good to Me” throughout the CD, Minneapolis-based Moon Maan’s debut is a ghostly, groovy, grisly and bluesy sound that emerged along city streets and in the shadows of skyscrapers. For frontman McCollum, who contributes…

Somethin’ Hot Cover

Two Dollar Hooker’s Superman EP is now available via iTunes and includes a cover of The Afghan Whigs’ “Somethin’ Hot.” The band was also recently featured on the Scott Ford Radio Show.

“Magazine” at Myspace

The Afghan Whigs Myspace page is now streaming “Magazine” the second new song from Unbreakable, out June 5.

Unbreakable – Chord Magazine

4/5 Chord Magazine If you missed the Afghan Whigs in the ’90s, now is the time to discover them. Produced by bandleader/singer/guitarist Greg Dulli and bassist John Curley, Unbreakable marries 16 songs from the Whigs’ impressive catalog with two new songs recorded in 2006 with guitarist Rick McCollum and 1965-era drummer Michael Horrigan. Written shortly before the band’s 2001 split, “Magazine” easily could have been found on the Twilight Singers’ mellow lounge debut. “I’m a Solider” is soulful and chorus-driven like much of the Whigs’…

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Moon Maan on iTunes

The debut album from Moon Maan is now available at iTunes. You can also order the CD from Catlick Records.

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