A new short film chronicles Beck's performance at Doug Aitken's Station to Station project in London last year with Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore.
An album of all-instrumental demos the experimental alternative outfit recorded for the 1987 film 'Made in U.S.A.' will be released in June.
On the latest episode of BBC Two's 'Artsnight,' Moore recalls going to an X-Ray Spex concert in 1978 and singing "Oh Bondage! Up Yours!" with Poly Styrene.
After the relatively pop-friendly 'Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star,' Sonic Youth returned in 1995 with their most innovative album in years.
Sanders’ campaign released a list of more than 100 endorsements from the likes of Jeff Tweedy, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lou Barlow and more.
Though Toronto features the smallest lineup of Riot Fest’s three events, it still has plenty of exciting acts lined up for when it takes over Downsview Park.
With such a long and storied career, there's bound to be some interesting bits of information buried somewhere in Sonic Youth's history.
Beck’s Station to Station performance with former Sonic Youth guitarist Thurston Moore took place last night at the Barbican in London.
Former Sonic Youth guitarist Thurston Moore opened up about his recent cancelation of a concert in Tel Aviv, Israel, and expressed support of the BDS Movement.
Beck will once again collaborate with Doug Aitken on the L.A. artist’s moving Station to Station exhibit.