Eva Mendes & Mila Kunis Featured In The Strokes New Video

The Strokes have enlisted actresses Eva Mendes and Mila Kunis, as well as their manager Ryan Gentiles, to star in the video for ‘The End Has No End’, from 2003′s ‘Room on Fire’. “We wanted to have a third and last single for this record,” said guitarist Albert Hammond Jr tells Rolling Stone.

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Little Steven’s Underground Garage Festival

Bo Diddley, Bruce Springsteen, Iggy Pop, Nancy Sinatra, New York Dolls, The Dictators, The Pretty Things, The Stooges, and The Strokes were on hand at Little Steven’s Underground Garage Festival presented by Dunkin’ Donuts on Saturday (August 14) at Randall’s Island in New York City. Check out pictures from FilmMagic, RexFeatures, and WireImage (backstage / show).

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Fab And K-Rock’s Ben Harvey Hash Out DFP8 Incident

Fabrizio Morietti from The Strokes talked to Ben Harvey of K-Rock about the DFP8 “incident” last month. Fab talked about his anger over the group being cut short and throwing Ben’s K-Rock mic into the crowd. He also gave his thoughts on Jay-Z being the surprise guest, insisting he was a fan of the rapper. They wrapped up with a mash up of The Strokes ‘Last Night’ and Jay-Z’s ’99 Problems’. Audio at krockradio.com has since been removed.

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11th Annual Live 105.3′s BFD Photos

Yellowcard, The Strokes, and The Von Bondies performed at the 11th Annual Live 105.3′s BFD (Big Friggin Deal) on Friday (June 11) at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California. Check out pictures from GettyImages.

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The Strokes Perform At Summer Stage

Adam Green and The Strokes performed at Summer Stage on Wednesday (May 19) at Central Park Summer Stage in New York City. Check out pictures from WireImage.

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Uneven Strokes

Dan Aquilante of the New York Post reviewed The Strokes Wednesday night concert, which was the Central Park SummerStage season opener. Aquilante writes, “Considering it was an open-air concert, the sound was terrific, delivering [singer Julian] Casablancas’ vocals clearly even when they were purposely pushed through with distortion. His gruff tones belie the fact that he’s an excellent rock vocalist. Casablancas sings with the kind of passion that says he isn’t performing by rote but is affected by the emotions in the lyrics he wrote.” The full review at nypost.com has since been removed.

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‘Room’ To Grow For The Strokes

The Strokes New York City

The Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. tells Alan Sculley of Cincinnati CityBeat he can’t understand those who complain their sophomore album ‘Room On Fire’ sounds too much like their debut ‘Is This It’. “I don’t think we had established ourselves enough as us to really (change the sound),” Hammond reasoned. “I always wonder why people would say that. It’s like, I don’t know, if we change, what exactly would they want us to change to so drastically that it doesn’t even sound like us anymore. I couldn’t imagine doing that.”

The story at citybeat.com has since been removed/relocated.

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The Strokes And The Ravonettes Perform In Denver

The Strokes and The Ravonettes performed in concert at the Fillmore on Tuesday (April 20) in Denver, Colorado. Check out pictures from WireImage (The Ravonettes / The Strokes).

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The Strokes Perform In Universal City

The Strokes performed in concert at Universal Amphitheatre on Friday (April 2) at Universal Amphitheatre in Universal City, California. Check out pictures from FilmMagic.

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The Strokes Perform In Norfolk

The Strokes performed in concert on Wednesday (March 10) at The Norva in Norfolk, Virginia. Check out pictures from FilmMagic.

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