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The Pitchfork Review
Issue Four Available ...
Pitchfork is happy to announce the fourth issue of The Pitchfork Review, our quarterly, perfect-bound print publication. It's on sale now at the publication's website and available next week via...
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All girl, sibling Swedish folk-rock band Baskery ...
BASKERY is a Swedish alt-country, folk rock band, comprising sisters Greta, Stella and Sunniva Bondesson. Their first album, Fall Among Thieves, was released in 2008, the same year the trio toured the...
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My first Gig: Brooke Singer
Brooke Singer is the singer and songwriter for Christchurch dream-pop outfit French For Rabbits. Cats, the musical, Christchurch, 1995 When I was a very small child, I felt like I had a deep...
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Williams: Army widow runs for a cause
Tony Svensson/IRONMANLisa Hallett was all smiles as her family greeted her at the finish of the Ironman World Championships. To her family and friends, Lisa Hallett always has been a woman of...
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Destiny's Child Lane coming to Houston? Maybe
Soon Houstonians could be driving down Destiny's Child Lane in Downtown Houston if a city councilman gets his way. City of Houston councilman Michael Kubosh is currently looking into having the name...
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Ann Arbor-area Halloween 2014: Your guide to tric...
Ready for Halloween? Because ready or not, here it comes – along with countless local offerings to celebrate the holiday. Here’s a guide to what’s coming up. Wiard's Country Fair - The fair offers...
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Death from Above 1979 review – circle pits and sh...
... sorry I’m so fucking boring,” says Sebastien Grainger from behind his drumkit halfway through Death from Above 1979’s barnstorming gig. “I should have had a kit like Tommy Lee’s that turns around...
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The History of Music Games
The oldest musical instruments date back about 40,000 years. Humans have been rocking out for a very long time. It would seem rhythm is in our blood. It’s no wonder we have music-based video...
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Spoilt for choice: A round up of international mu...
Doesn’t everyone have memories of watching a life-changing live music performance? If you haven’t been that fortunate, that could be taken care of quite soon. For the next few months music fans will...
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Robert Kirby: Caravan of the damned
I left St. George early Sunday afternoon. The sun was bright and high, as was the hope in my heart that I would make it home in time for my granddaughter’s birthday party. I had to solve a math story...
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Stevie Ray Vaughan
‘The cheque is in the mail’
... SA Post Office receives SABS quality stamp of approval,” the state-owned disorganisation crowed on 12 March 2014. It had been issued with an official certificate of compliance with a quality...
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South Carolina State Fair attracts nearly 475,000
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Organizers say nearly 475,000 people attended the South Carolina State Fair this year, the second-largest ever. The fair closed for the year Sunday night. Assistant Fair Manager...
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Eric Church Brings the Outsiders Tour to New York...
A few songs into his set at Madison Square Garden Friday (Oct. 17) night, Eric Church stopped to reflect briefly on his ascent from playing bars and clubs to headlining arenas. He's played MSG once...
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U2 to Beyoncé, new albums use P.R. stunts
Until recently, such an edict referred to albums containing music so bland, ineptly performed or excruciatingly awful that no one would listen to it, at any price, even if they didn’t have to pay for...
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Songs of Innocence
Does your beard affect a job interview?
Unless we are auditioning for "The Beard Monologues," moms, dads and career counselors have always told us to shave before a job interview. But Time Inc. chief human resources officer Greg Giangrande...
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JC Opera House to host Scottish star, bluegrass b...
Scottish recording artist Julie Fowlis, who performed the songs “Touch the Sky” and “Into the Open Air” in the Oscar-winning animated film “Brave,” will appear in concert at 2 p.m. Sunday at Junction...
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An Illustrated History of Southern Rock
If you love music and love knowing of a local connection, then you need to get your hands on Southbound, A History of Southern Rock. Penned by Scott Bomar, the book profiles the musicians, producers,...
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Jeden Mittwoch Oldschool Rock von AC/DC bis ZZ-Top! Und dazu gibt's ein gutes Schnitzerl ... Jeden Mittwoch Oldschool Rock von AC/DC bis ZZ-Top! Dazu gibt es a feines Essen : Es gibt wieder...
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'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Bollywood, burles...
It was switch-up night on Week 5 of "Dancing With the Stars," with the voters at home deciding which new pro partners they wanted the remaining nine stars paired up with. Last time, the switch-up...
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Dancing with the Stars
No reverb: Local band Mr. Bones plays live at KPS...
... to right) Jackson Machado, Leland Brehl, Ben Burwell and Asher McKenzie of the Portland-based band, Mr. Bones. Photo courtesy of Mr. Bones “Those kids are magical,” said Pete Banjaro, KPSU...
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