New Moon Maan!

Rick McCollum and Moon Maan have posted a new track to their Myspace page. The song, “Stand Up”, will be included on an upcoming EP from the band.

Dulli in “Passenger Side”

Slated for a 2009 release, Matt Bissonnette’s Passenger Side is summarized as: Michael Brown’s birthday begins with a telephone call from his estranged, drug addicted bother Tobey. Tobey is totally unaware that it is his older brother’s birthday, but he is very aware that his car is broken, and he begs Michael to drive him on various apparently legitimate, vital errands. As the day wears on, it becomes clear that this drive will lead them to some very unexpected destinations. The film stars Greg Dulli…

Dulli on Sahm Tribute

Via The Mediaburn Radio Weblog | The Tripwire …on March 24 of 2009, Vanguard Records will release Keep Your Soul: A Tribute To Doug Sahm to celebrate the Texas Tornado’s unique career and influential legacy. This collection will include new renditions of Doug’s most indelible songs from his days as “Little Doug” through his time with the Sir Douglas Quintet and the Texas Tornados, performed by artists such as Levon Helm, Delbert McClinton, Los Lobos, Dave Alvin, Augie Meyers, Jimmie Vaughan, Alejandro Escovedo and Doug’s…

Curley and King – The King Of Them All Cincinnati is looking to assert itself as a center for musical talent by recognizing its past. One of the first steps is a historical marker for King Records and hopefully a new King studio. Click the link above for the full story. While still in preliminary planning and fundraising stages and perhaps years away, already signed on to operate the proposed King studio is John Curley, the former Afghan Whigs member and owner of Ultrasuede Studio in Northside….

“Sunday at Devil Dirt” Gets US Release Widgets Mark Lanegan’s latest set of duets with Isobel Campbell, Sunday at Devil Dirt, is finally released in the US today, November 18th. The album was originally released in May in Europe and Australia to widespread acclaim. The US release includes five bonus tracks. Buy the CD at Sunday at Devil Dirt Track List 1. “Seafaring Song” 2. “The Raven” 3. “Salvation” 4. “Who Built the Road” 5. “Come on Over (Turn Me On)” 6. “Back burner” 7. “The Flame That Burns” 8….

Dulli and Lanegan Return to Europe with “Stripped” Shows

“An Evening With Greg Dulli & Mark Lanegan” Goes On Sale This Friday November 14th Sub Pop veterans Greg Dulli and Mark Lanegan will return to Europe beginning January 15th 2009 for sixteen special intimate performances. Dulli and Lanegan along with guitarist Dave Rosser will perform a ‘Stripped Down In The Gutter’ set. By sheer virtue of the intimacy of the show, it will be unique, as neither Dulli nor Lanegan have toured in this capacity before. “Since our instrumentation for this tour is going…

Saturnalia on Amazon Music’s Best of 2008

Amazon Music: Best of 2008 The Gutter Twins’ Saturnalia comes in at number 84 on’s Best of 2008 list. thx burton

Live at Triple Door – Pitchfork

Pitchfork Rating: 7.0 Idle hands are the devil’s playthings, goes the saying. Considering all his demons, is it any wonder that Greg Dulli keeps himself busy? Four albums with the Twilight Singers in six years, his ongoing collaboration with Mark Lanegan as the Gutter Twins, long days spent on the road and long nights spent on stage: post-Whigs, Dulli’s been a pretty busy guy.

The Gutter Twins Darken Brooklyn for a Night

NYU Local Twins in the Lemmon and Matthau sense, The Gutter Twins are longtime buddies Mark Lanegan (of Screaming Trees and Queens of the Stone Age fame) and Greg Dulli (of Afghan Whigs and The Twilight Singers). ‘90s rock fans will eat this stuff up: an indie act with purebred Seattle grunge pedigree and an unlikely pairing that works because it operates in stark contrasts, rocking out with hard-hitting fuzz one moment, hushing down to ethereal shimmer the next. Lanegan possesses the voice of God,…

Twilight Singers on True Blood (Sort Of)

I’ve received lots of emails saying that the band on last night’s episode of HBO’s vampire drama “True Blood” covered “I’m Ready” by The Twilight Singers. If you’ve got any info, leave a comment. Update: According to the show’s credits (and eagle-eyed Russ) the performer in the episode was C.C. Adcock.

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