New Gnarls Barkley Video May Make Fans Dizzy (Billboard)
MS: "I don't know exactly what's going on, but we're having issues. I think [the video] is cool. It works for me. But I'm not necessarily that easily seasick," he says with a laugh. "We can't predict how people are going to interpret it."
Rachael Ray Defends Her Indie-Rock SXSW Party, Featuring Raveonettes, Holy F--- And Mac 'N Cheese (MTV)
MS: I find it weird that they find it weird. People think I'm like this food robot or something, but music is a huge part of my life," she continued. "I'm a huge fan of rock music in general — all kinds. I like indie stuff, my favorite band is the Foo Fighters. When I first met my husband, he told me what he made for dinner the night before, and I thought, 'OK, well, he can cook.' And then he told me he had a band and I was like, 'Aw, jeez. I hope they're good,' because I couldn't deal with someone who didn't play good music."
Singer Steve Earle brings brand of bluegrass to Toronto (The Star)
MS: "Don't worry – this isn't bluegrass," the 53-year-old troubadour said. "Bluegrass is a very sophisticated form of music, like bebop. This ain't that kind of banjo. This is the kind of banjo that scares sheep."
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