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O'Doherty took the final note Fugazi played as a band and transformed it into an eight-minute drone track.
About damn time.
The demo versions of the indie-pop quartet's new album offers a rare glimpse into the songwriting process.
The experimental indie-pop group is back with a new full-length out Oct. 27 on Dischord Records.
More than 1,000 people have RSVP'd to an obviously fake Fugazi gig.
The Mauls are the fence that runs between punk and loud indie rock, and will appeal to both camps.
The full recording, originally a free cassette tape in 1988, is streaming online before Dischord's Nov. 18 release.
The band was pigeonholed as riot grrrl because of its all-female lineup, a question of gender politics that's still relevant today.
Fugazi's technical hiatus seems pretty permanent these days, but between the nearly 900 recordings the group has released through its live archive and the various musical projects of its members, fans haven't exactly been hurting. They'll probably perk up at this, though: This winter, Dischord Records plans to release First Demo, an early recording that's never been [...]