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Orillia Packet & Times
Karpinka Brothers headed to townSaskatoon's The Karpinka Brothers are set to release their new album, You Can C
Karpinka Brothers headed to town
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 4 days ago
Saskatoon's The Karpinka Brothers are set to release their new album, You Can Count On Me, Sept. 4, and they'll make a stop in Orillia a month later. The band will play Oct. 7 at The Brownstone. The new album features the guitar-driven, upbeat... Read more
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Faster Louder
What's on the stereo at Poison City Records?The music festival/punk-rock family reunion known as the Poison City Weekender
What's on the stereo at Poison City Records?
Faster Louder / Posted 7 days ago
The music festival/punk-rock family reunion known as the Poison City Weekender returns again next month with a lineup of folk-punk, post-punk and emo acts including Long Island’s Iron Chic and Philadelphia’s Modern Baseball plus local legends The... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Sean Kiely Plays At Granfalloon Sept. 1Jersey City, NJ songwriter Sean Kiely will play at Granfallon, 400 E. Main St.,
Sean Kiely Plays At Granfalloon Sept. 1
The Chattanoogan / Posted 10 days ago
Jersey City, NJ songwriter Sean Kiely will play at Granfallon, 400 E. Main St., on Tuesday, Sept. 1. Review for Sean Kiely: Kiely released his album "Your Logo, My Logo" in July. Your Logo, My Logo features Kiely's intricate, bluegrass-influenced... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Two Faced: Calvin Harris v. Zayn MailkMedium Ryan Schocket, Sarah Vassello Published 08/19/15 1:38am Assistant Arts
Two Faced: Calvin Harris v. Zayn Mailk
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 10 days ago
Medium Ryan Schocket, Sarah Vassello Published 08/19/15 1:38am Assistant Arts & Entertainment editor Ryan Schocket and Arts & Entertainment editor Sarah Vassello don't agree on most things, especially when it... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Doug Aitken's 'Station to Station' chronicles creative cross-country rail tripIn fall 2013, artist Doug Aitken gathered dozens of friends, fellow artists and
Doug Aitken's 'Station to Station' chronicles creative cross-country rail trip
Los Angeles Times / Posted 10 days ago
In fall 2013, artist Doug Aitken gathered dozens of friends, fellow artists and musicians for an unusual art project: a 4,000-mile cross-country train journey that would take them to 10 cities across the United States. At each stop they staged... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Prog-rock giants Yes are hardly extinctProg-rock is no longer a dirty word. Neither is Yes. The narrative stuck. “I
Prog-rock giants Yes are hardly extinct
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 11 days ago
Prog-rock is no longer a dirty word. Neither is Yes. The narrative stuck. “I think if you’re patient, justice appears,” he said, acknowledging the lack of respect sometimes stung. “We were a growing band. We weren’t old in the ’70s. But along come... Read more
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Pitchfork
Erase Errata Announce Final ShowsThe San Francisco-based post-punk outfit Erase Errata returned in January with
Erase Errata Announce Final Shows
Pitchfork / Posted 11 days ago
The San Francisco-based post-punk outfit Erase Errata returned in January with their new album Lost Weekend. According to a press release, they'll play two final shows this year before calling it quits. Jenny Hoyston shared this statement: It's... Read more
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Miami New Times
TuffGnarl.com Turns Two-Years-Old at Churchill's"We're bad at math. We really started in May 2013," Chuck Livid, founder of Tuf
TuffGnarl.com Turns Two-Years-Old at Churchill's
Miami New Times / Posted 12 days ago
"We're bad at math. We really started in May 2013," Chuck Livid, founder of TuffGnarl.com, says. You could say his music blog — which New Times declared 2015's best — is running on Miami time. "I had old ladies calling me to complain." "Last year's... Read more
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Miami New Times
TuffGnarl.com Turns 2 Years Old at Churchill's"We're bad at math. We really started in May 2013," Chuck Livid, founder of Tuf
TuffGnarl.com Turns 2 Years Old at Churchill's
Miami New Times / Posted 12 days ago
"We're bad at math. We really started in May 2013," Chuck Livid, founder of TuffGnarl.com, says. You could say his music blog — which New Times declared 2015's best — is running on Miami time. "I had old ladies calling me to complain." "Last year's... Read more
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Pitchfork
Dave Cloud & The Gospel of Power: Today Is the Day That They Take Me AwayDuring the day, Dave Cloud read books to the visually impaired for the Nashvill
Dave Cloud & The Gospel of Power: Today Is the Day That They Take Me Away
Pitchfork / Posted 14 days ago
During the day, Dave Cloud read books to the visually impaired for the Nashville Talking Library. At night, however, he preached the gospel of rock'n'roll at small venues around town, with his crack-backing band the Gospel of Power in tow. Singing in... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Making a big noise and having funPost-apocalyptic doom boys Space Bats, Attack! unleashed their debut album last
Making a big noise and having fun
Otago Daily Times / Posted 15 days ago
Post-apocalyptic doom boys Space Bats, Attack! unleashed their debut album last month, a record full of chug, noise and thunderous instrumentation. The band, who initially formed with a ''reasonably unbalanced person-to-noise ratio'' around... Read more
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Washington Post
Alternative nation’s last stand: Lollapalooza 1995, an oral historyLollapalooza began in 1991 as a vehicle for co-founder Perry Farrell’s band Jan
Alternative nation’s last stand: Lollapalooza 1995, an oral history
Washington Post / Posted 17 days ago
Lollapalooza began in 1991 as a vehicle for co-founder Perry Farrell’s band Jane’s Addiction. Inspired by multiple-day European events such as the Glastonbury Festival, Lollapalooza revolutionized touring fests in ways we now take for granted: Second... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Lollapalooza 1995: Alternative nation's last standLollapalooza began in 1991 as a vehicle for co-founder Perry Farrell's band Jan
Lollapalooza 1995: Alternative nation's last stand
Chicago Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
Lollapalooza began in 1991 as a vehicle for co-founder Perry Farrell's band Jane's Addiction. Inspired by multiple-day European events such as the Glastonbury Festival, Lollapalooza revolutionized touring fests in ways we now take for granted: Second... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Meredith Music Festival line-up offers an eclectic mix The full music line-up for this year's Meredith Music Festival in Victoria ha
Meredith Music Festival line-up offers an eclectic mix
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 days ago
The full music line-up for this year's Meredith Music Festival in Victoria has been announced, offering yet another eclectic mix of music makers. Rocktronica duo Ratatat, psych-soul visionaries... Read more
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Everett Herald
I used to be coolPublished: Thursday, August 13, 2015, 8:00 a.m. by Richard, Everett Public L
I used to be cool
Everett Herald / Posted 18 days ago
Published: Thursday, August 13, 2015, 8:00 a.m. by Richard, Everett Public Library staff It’s official. I’m no longer cool. Admittedly, my coolness peaked a long time ago (we are talking the late 80s to early 90s) and it is true... Read more
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Colorado Springs Independent
Tame Impala, Wilco, Veruca SaltFile next to: MGMT, Unknown Mortal Orchestra Australian psychedelic artist Kev
Tame Impala, Wilco, Veruca Salt
Colorado Springs Independent / Posted 19 days ago
File next to: MGMT, Unknown Mortal Orchestra Australian psychedelic artist Kevin Parker has implemented some big changes, many of them positive, on this third album from Tame Impala. It's a decidedly mixed offering: While the quality of songwriting... Read more
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Pitchfork
Pavement: The Secret History, Vol. 1Pavement haven’t released a proper album since Terror Twilight in 1999, but the
Pavement: The Secret History, Vol. 1
Pitchfork / Posted 19 days ago
Pavement haven’t released a proper album since Terror Twilight in 1999, but the industry around the band has consistently reminded you of their importance with a variety of compilations, live documents, and reissues. This was aided in part by the... Read more
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TribLIVE
Western Pa.’s current slate of song slingers spans the sonic spectrumThere's a lot of music being made in Pittsburgh. Some of it is good. Some isn'
Western Pa.’s current slate of song slingers spans the sonic spectrum
TribLIVE / Posted 22 days ago
There's a lot of music being made in Pittsburgh. Some of it is good. Some isn't. Some is actually pretty great. Sometimes, local artists go on to international stardom, like Wiz Khalifa or Christina Aguilera. Sometimes, they're able to build... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Joss Stone, 'Southpaw' soundtrack top this week's new musicWater For Your Soul Welcome to the Reggae Sessions Vol. 1. More or less. While
Joss Stone, 'Southpaw' soundtrack top this week's new music
Calgary Sun / Posted 24 days ago
Water For Your Soul Welcome to the Reggae Sessions Vol. 1. More or less. While the barefoot soul mama does indeed light a big ole spliff and head for Jamaica on her sunny and summery seventh album — a joint (ahem) production with SuperHeavy bandmate... Read more
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Washington City Paper
To Do This Weekend: Kevin Hart, the Thurston Moore Band, and J. ColeKevin Hart’s movies have grossed more than a half-billion dollars in the last t
To Do This Weekend: Kevin Hart, the Thurston Moore Band, and J. Cole
Washington City Paper / Posted 24 days ago
Kevin Hart’s movies have grossed more than a half-billion dollars in the last two years, he’s in constant demand as an awards show host and commercial pitch man, and he’s in the middle of a tour playing to capacity crowds in arenas all over the... Read more
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Philly.com
Thurston Moore ratchets up the energy at Union TransferWith the opening track of the night, the bass reverb of Deb Googe (of My Bloody
Thurston Moore ratchets up the energy at Union Transfer
Philly.com / Posted 24 days ago
With the opening track of the night, the bass reverb of Deb Googe (of My Bloody Valentine) added grit to the two churning guitars while Steve Shelley (formerly of Sonic Youth) sharply cut time on drums. The buzzing, shifty guitars brought to mind... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
What’s on in Norwich tonight? The Fantastic Four is showing in Norwich tonight. Photo by Chris Pizzello/Inv
What’s on in Norwich tonight?
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 25 days ago
The Fantastic Four is showing in Norwich tonight. Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP A quick guide to events taking place in Norwich this evening. To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged... Read more
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Spot.ph
10 Fresh Tunes to Listen to This August(SPOT.ph) Get your August going with the right set of tracks. We bring you Chet
10 Fresh Tunes to Listen to This August
Spot.ph / Posted 25 days ago
(SPOT.ph) Get your August going with the right set of tracks. We bring you Chet Faker and BANKS's cool collab, Chvrches' spunky lead single, Carly Rae Jepsen's '80s-inspired pop track, Of Monsters and Men's somber release, and Carlo Serrano's latest... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Jakob and Beastwars to Tour This OctoberThursday, 6 August 2015, 9:22 amPress Release: The MapleThis October sees the c
Jakob and Beastwars to Tour This October
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 26 days ago
Thursday, 6 August 2015, 9:22 amPress Release: The MapleThis October sees the colossal union of New Zealand's heavyweight metal/post-rock outfits for a national tour.... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Jebediah still riding the waveTwenty years on, Jebediah are going strong - touring and having fun. They'll pl
Jebediah still riding the wave
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 26 days ago
Twenty years on, Jebediah are going strong - touring and having fun. They'll play their hits at Waves in Towradgi on August 29. JEBEDIAH It was 1994 and it was a big year. Muriel's Wedding rocked the box office, Mal Meninga ended his NRL playing... Read more
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Philly.com
Thurston MooreNEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 11: Musician performs on stage, presented by Norton an
Thurston Moore
Philly.com / Posted 26 days ago
NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 11: Musician performs on stage, presented by Norton and Pandora, part of the Boldly Go by Norton Concert Series, powered by Pandora on December 11, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images... Read more
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Spot.ph
10 Fresh Tunes to Listen to This August(SPOT.ph) Get your August going with the right set of tracks. We bring you Chet
10 Fresh Tunes to Listen to This August
Spot.ph / Posted 26 days ago
(SPOT.ph) Get your August going with the right set of tracks. We bring you Chet Faker and BANKS's cool collab, Chvrches' spunky lead single, Carly Rae Jepsen's '80s-inspired pop track, Of Monsters and Men's somber release, and Carlo Serrano's latest... Read more
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TribLIVE
Reviews: Albums celebrate the stylistic differences of piano triosPiano trios can go many directions. Naturally, the better ones are different fr
Reviews: Albums celebrate the stylistic differences of piano trios
TribLIVE / Posted 29 days ago
Piano trios can go many directions. Naturally, the better ones are different from each other. But they also can wander broadly in the music they perform. Luis Perdomo and Manuel Valera show that distinctly on “Twenty-Two” and “Live at Firehouse 12,”... Read more
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Pitchfork
Deaf Wish: PainOn their first LP for Sub Pop, the Australian punk rockers Deaf Wish fly in the
Deaf Wish: Pain
Pitchfork / Posted a month ago
On their first LP for Sub Pop, the Australian punk rockers Deaf Wish fly in the face of adhering to a singular sound. Instead, over 10 highly individualized tracks, the band veers across a diverse spectrum, mixing the avant-garde with the melodic. In... Read more
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Billboard
'We Knew It'd Be Tough': Nick Farkas, Co-Founder of Montreal's Osheaga Fest, Celebrating 10 YearsOsheaga Music and Arts Festival wasn’t always the big draw it is today in Montr
'We Knew It'd Be Tough': Nick Farkas, Co-Founder of Montreal's Osheaga Fest, Celebrating 10 Years
Billboard / Posted 1 months ago
Osheaga Music and Arts Festival wasn’t always the big draw it is today in Montreal. Celebrating its 10th anniversary this weekend (July 31-Aug. 2) with a sellout of 135,000 tickets, the festival at Parc-Jean Drapeau will welcome about 100 bands,... Read more

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