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    Band to Watch: Hooray for Earth

    The first thing I ever heard from Hooray For Earth was a remix of Coma Cinema‘s ‘Her Sinking Sun.’ I’m pretty big on remixes so I asked google where I could find some more…. in addition to some tunes, google gave me some 411 – Hooray For Earth formed in Boston in 2006 and currently hail from the big apple. Their latest LP, True Loves, just dropped on Tuesday and If you are in NYC you can check them out at Webster Hall on June 16th with Architecture in Helsinki!!! Remember those guys?!?!?

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    Band To Watch: Benjamin Francis Leftwich

    This guy is pretty good. The dude kinda reminds me of Ben Gibbard (specifically ‘I’ll Follow You Into the Dark’ which is like the saddest/best song ever, and I don’t even like Death Cab), and his name also happens to be Ben – Benjamin Francis […]

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    Bon Iver: A Most Unexpected Guest

    Kanye West’s fifth studio album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, sold half a million units in its first week and received perfect review ratings from Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, and other top music critics. Congrats Kanye, but I’m not gonna let you finish. (Ba dum ch!) […]

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    Band To Watch: Mini Mansions

    If pure sound had the capability to project images on a blank wall, Mini Mansions would be worthy projectionists. On a break from Queens of the Stone Age, Michael Shuman melded heads and locked arms with longtime friends Tyler Parkford and Zach Dawes in a dusty room in the San Fernando Valley. Here, they began...

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    The Black Heart Procession – Blood Bunny/Black Rabbit (REVIEW)

    When The Black Heart Procession broke their three-year silence with last year’s critically-lauded comeback, Six, it showcased the iconic band born from the self-imposed hiatus of Three Mile Pilot returning to its roots, crafting the kind of minimalist noir ballads that made them so beloved in the first place. Returning to its core duo of Pall Jenkins and Tobias Nathaniel for the making of Six proved to be...

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    Flashback Friday: The Humpty Dance

    I've been vibing pretty hard on 93.5 (kday) because they play shit like Digital Underground, Kriss Kross, SWV, and TLC. In fact, the topic of this post was initially going to be Onyx, but this blog I've never heard of but will probably continue to read just so happened to be a step ahead of me.

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    Band To Watch: Fierce Creatures

    Fierce Creatures emerged from the scorching Fresno, CA summer of 2009. Abandoning past musical undertakings that never quite seemed to fit, the band came together to build an identity free of limitations – an identity focused on the joy of undiluted music. Guitars and keys […]

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    Pavement and Sonic Youth at the Hollywood Bowl

    Officially, “The Bowl welcomes the longed-for return of post-punk messiahs Pavement for an amazing show of rock royalty that also includes the iconic and experimental sounds of Sonic Youth and heirs to the lo-fi throne No Age.” Damn. Heirs to the lo-fi throne? No Age […]

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    Brian Eno Coming Soon on Warp Records

    I find it rather fitting that this is basically the only thing you’ll find on any link that has to do with the upcoming Brian Eno Warp release. Anybody have high hopes for this one?

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    You should have known better, rude boy!

    Last night I discovered that I have three very different and totally awesome versions of The Beatles’ harmonica-pop gem from A Hard Day’s Night – “I Should Have Known Better.” It should go without saying that version 1 is, of course, the original. Version 2 […]

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