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A Brief History of Rock Musicians Who Went Electronic
Including the time Eric Clapton made an album about shopping.
Are L.A. Guns More Famous Than Stephen Malkmus?
It’s ‘Cocked & Loaded’ vs. ‘Slanted and Enchanted.’
See the Pavement-Inspired Mudslide Creation From
Ace of Cakes
Cake spoiler alert.
it really is 2010
Pavement Reunion to Reach Thrilling Apex With Appearance on Cake-Based Reality-TV Show
’Ace of Cakes’: now with more Pavement.
PSA: Matador’s Crazy 21st-Anniversary Vegas Mini-Festival Is Streaming Online
How Pavement Became the Greatest Band of the Nineties This Year
Legends get bigger when they disappear for a while.
See Pavement Play
Stephens Malkmus and Colbert discussed the band’s countless smash hits before Pavement took the mike.
out on the weekend
This Weekend’s Concerts, From Pavement to Trey Songz
Plus: Jenny and Johnny, Vampire Weekend, Broken Social Scene …
Play Guitar With Pavement on
There’s a contest.
Boat to Go Near Pavement Concert
If you’d like to catch Pavement’s upcoming show at the Williamsburg Waterfront but hate dry land, you’re in luck.
Pavement/Pitchfork Blood Feud!
Pavement guitarist Scott Kannberg refused to allow his band’s headlining Pitchfork Festival performance to be webcast on Sunday.
Pavement Reunion Touches Down in Auckland
See videos from the band’s first night back.
Stephen Malkmus Really Enjoys Fantasy Sports
All this and more, in Chuck Klosterman’s Pavement profile for ‘GQ.’
Official: Pavement Reunion Totally Happening
Pavement Reunion Reportedly Actually Probably Happening, Maybe!
Pavement is allegedly reuniting and has supposedly already scheduled its first concert date.
Pavement Fan Wins Date With Ikea (and Bob Nastanovich)
Blessedly, there is video.
Was Record Store Day a Success?
From our vantage point, it’s a resounding “Yes.”
Stephen Malkmus Conquers Prog-Rock, Calls It ‘Trash’
“Cold Sun” is as stunning as anything Stephen Malkmus has ever written, and the title track pulls off the rare feat of being catchy
ten minutes long.