John Davis & Matthew Caws – “We Are In The Wild And We Are Home”

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In 1996, when Nada Surf toured alongside Superdrag, Matthew Caws met John Davis. Since then, Caws has ridden the Nada Surf wave of eight studio albums and a cult following. And after Superdrag dissolved, came back in 2009 with Industry Giants, and then ended for good in 2014, Davis turned his efforts towards his shoegaze … More »

Watch Japanese Breakfast Cover Carly Rae Jepsen, Nada Surf, Tears For Fears At Philly NYE Show

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Japanese BreakfastJapanese Breakfast played a hometown show at Johnny Brenda’s in Philadelphia on New Year’s Eve. They closed out the night by inviting opening act Gabby’s World onstage to cover “Run Away With Me,” the instant-classic opener from Carly Rae Jepsen’s 2015 album E•MO•TION. According to John Vettese, who uploaded footage to YouTube, Carolyn … More »

8 Notable Covers Of “Where Is My Mind?” On Its 30th Anniversary

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Sometimes all you can do is stare off into space and wonder what the hell is going on. That’s not the easiest frame of mind to really pull off in music for some reason — the vaguer you get, the flimsier the chance there is that listeners could relate — and sometimes you’ll wind up … More »

Charly Bliss – “The Way You Wear Your Head” (Nada Surf Cover)

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Standing At The Gates: The Songs Of Nada Surf’s Let Go is an upcoming tribute album featuring covers of every song on the New York indie band’s beloved 2003 LP. Among the names contributing music to the project are Aimee Mann, William Tyler, and Charly Bliss, who are known for their excellentMore »

Aimee Mann, Charly Bliss Contribute To Nada Surf Covers LP

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After scoring a freak hit with the Buzz Bin classic “Popular,” New York indie-rockers Nada Surf built themselves into career artists with a devoted cult following. Arguably the most pivotal album in that arc was Let Go, the 2003 release that saw them aligning with longtime label home Barsuk Records for the first time. That … More »