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Scissor Sisters | Magic Hour

"Twist and shout/Boobies hangin' all out," sings Scissor Sister Ana Matronic on the futuristic sci-fi funk of "Keep Your Shoes On," her robo-tastic chirp swallowed in a maze of mind-numbing video-game synth runs and digital blips.
Casablanca (2012)
By RYAN REED  |  May 25, 2012
Blog: Dave Grohl vs Scissor Sisters [VIDEO]

Blog: Dave Grohl vs Scissor Sisters [VIDEO]

Fletcher shares some shocking revelations and emotional trauma from the Foo Fighters frontman, and his "lawsuit" against glam-rockers Scissor Sisters, as detailed in this article....
By MorningIntern  |  October 05, 2010

Photos: Scissor Sisters at the House of Blues

Scissor Sisters, live at the House of Blues, on August 28, 2010
Scissor Sisters, live at the House of Blues, on August 28, 2010
By KELSEY MARIE BELL  |  September 03, 2010
Scissor Sisters at the House of Blues

Scissor Sisters at the House of Blues

Take your mama (or whoever, actually) out tonight, because Scissor Sisters are in town. And, yes, their name is a reference to exactly what you...
By Ashley Rigazio  |  August 26, 2010
August 28 | Scissor Sisters at the House of Blues

August 28 | Scissor Sisters at the House of Blues

Listening to live music, or dancing to a DJ? The nightlife quandary is one of those perennial questions (kind of like "Boone's or MD 20/20?")...
By Scott Kearnan  |  August 23, 2010

Kylie Minogue | Aphrodite

Pint-sized Aussie sexpot Kylie Minogue's 11th studio album is titled Aphrodite , but if we're referencing Greek mythology, perhaps Sisyphus would be more appropriate.
EMI/Astralwerks (2010)
By MICHAEL MAROTTA  |  July 16, 2010


Coming soon, unfortunately

Despite last month's record sales (the lowest since anyone's been keeping track), some artists still don't get the picture: nobody wants music anymore .
Music you don't want
By DAVID THORPE  |  June 18, 2010

Crossword: ''Slash of inspiration''

You have to draw the line somewhere
You have to draw the line somewhere
By MATT JONES  |  March 05, 2009

Hot and cold

Bands and artists do have a way of coming and going here in Boston.
A revved-up Bang Camaro and techno Freezepop lead the way
By MATT ASHARE  |  May 07, 2008

Déjà vu

Prepare yourselves: R.E.M. have decided to become a rock band again.
Spring Arts Preview: R.E.M., B-52’s, Counting Crows, Breeders: what year is it again?
By MATT ASHARE  |  March 10, 2008

Start with some Spice

The game is on for the reunited Spice Girls.
A recipe for a tuneful 2008
By MATT ASHARE  |  December 26, 2007



The Eternal Feminine gets a workout this week.
Kiki & Herb; Lucia’s Chapters; Our Son’s Wedding
By CAROLYN CLAY  |  June 19, 2007

Guest lists

What small, private lists like this remind us is that big, honking institutional lists are largely fictions, mirages of a consensus that no longer exists, if it ever really did in the first place.
 What 30 of the Phoenix 's music critics liked this year
By PHOENIX MUSIC STAFF  |  January 02, 2007


The real album of the year is a disc that probably didn’t cross many people’s paths in 2006, a Rhino comp titled Future Retro that pairs various DJs/electronicists (Richard X, Tiga, the Crystal Method) with classic new-wave tracks by the Cure, Echo &am
A year in national pop
By MATT ASHARE  |  December 28, 2006

Hints of Halloween

I’ve always thought of the Scissor Sisters as the best UK band to come out of the States, a sort of Frankie Goes to Hollywood with better songs and a broader musical palette that embraces everything from Pink Floydian textural excursions to Ziggy Stardus
Scissor Sisters, Orpheum Theatre, October 22
By MATT ASHARE  |  October 23, 2006

Hunting the wild Klosterman

He is Charles John “Chuck” Klosterman: pop-culture critic, four-time author, celebrity profiler, Esquire columnist, ESPN Page 2 sportswriter, former Spin senior editor, unrepentant Billy Joel fan. And he makes girls spit. Chuck Klosterman reads f
Things about the pop-culture writer that are true, things that might be true, and something that isn’t true at all
By CAMILLE DODERO  |  October 05, 2006


On the racks: September 26, 2006 Ludacris, Alan Jackson, and Scissor Sisters.
Tori Amos, the Lemonheads, Janet Jackson
By MATT ASHARE  |  September 26, 2006

Forward into the past!

Could it be just a coincidence that as I sit here writing this, a grizzled Bob Seger is gearing up for the release of Face the Promise , the Detroit rocker’s first proper studio album in, oh, forever and a day? The Lemonheads, "No Backbone" (mp3)
Oldies and more in the season’s CD releases
By MATT ASHARE  |  September 14, 2006

On the racks: September 12

Hard to believe it’s been over a decade since Basement Jaxx first scored a club hit with a little “Samba Magic.”
Basement Jaxx, Brazilian Girls, Black Keys, Junior Boys, and more. . .
By MATT ASHARE  |  September 13, 2006

Going on sale: August 8, 2006

Iron Maiden, Ani DiFranco, Atreyu, Bouncing Souls, Dead Kennedys, Pet Shop Boys, James Blunt, Justin Timberlake, and more.
Breaking news from the concert ticket trade
By GOING ON SALE  |  August 08, 2006

The Ark

The Ark are the Platonic ideal of what you’d want from a glam-rock band: wrapped in leather and lace, unabashedly queer, with ridiculous hooks and brashly sweet guitar riffs.
State of the Ark | Rebel Group
By ELISABETH DONNELLY  |  June 29, 2006