Malkmus and co. delivered a set that included covers of Nirvana's "Come As You Are" and Minutemen's "History Lesson Part II" alongside their own rarities.
The Pavement leader made a special guest appearance at NYC supergroup Soldier of Fortune's record release show.
Supergroup Soldiers of Fortune will return with 'Early Risers' next month, and today, they’ve shared their Stephen Malkmus collaboration, “Campus Swager.”
Essentially a repackaging of rarities already compiled on the 2002 'Slanted and Enchanted' reissue, this release reveals little about the iconic band's legacy.
Matador will release a series of Pavement compilations chronicling the band's decade-long career -- arguably one of the most influential to emerge in the ‘90s.
In separate interviews, Pavement's Stephen Malkmus and Scott Kannberg both say they could have been as big as Weezer.
In a recent interview, the frontman said he's happy with the band's legacy from the '90s.
Former Pavement singer and current Jicks leader Stephen Malkmus seems to have had a blank space where the lyrics to a song were supposed to be.
Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks have been busy since the January release of their latest album, 'Wig Out at Jagbags.'