Indie Music Interviews: Don Fleming

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Indie Music Interviews: Don Fleming  In the late 70s and early 80s, Washington D.C. was home to many now-historic music-icons later fueling the vehicles of popular independent music as we know it today. When we hear “D.C. Early 80s,” A few names come to mind: Dischord Records, Fugazi, Black Flag, etc. Amongst the punk and post-hardcore no-brainers, was a thriving ...

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Have You Met Beatle Bob?

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Be sure to pick up the latest issue of Blender Magazine with Taylor Swift on the cover! There’s an article all about Beatle Bob, the guy famous for showing up at pretty much every concert known to man and dancing his little weird dance. I met Beatle Bob last year at Bonnaroo and talked to him for a REALLY long ...

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G&B March 2011 Free Mix Tape

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It seems like it’s about time for another Free Mix Tape download from your good friends here at Gravy and Biscuits. This one’s a bit eclectic, which means the good news is there’s probably something for everyone, but the bad news is you probably won’t be keen on everything on this mix. Unless you’re just an oddball like me. In ...

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Brahms: “Another Time” (Laurel Halo Remix)–Free mp3 Download

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After touring the country with Passion Pit, completing a sell out residency at Pianos in New York and turning their Northside showcase into a bona fide 600 people deep dance party…BRAHMS are back with a hallucinatory techno infused remix of live favorite “Another Time” reworked by Brooklyn based,  Forkcasted Laurel Halo (download from the link above). BRAHMS are currently locked in their Brooklyn studio ...

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Indie Music Videos: Explosions in the Sky: “Last Known Surroundings”

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Indie Music Videos: Explosions in the Sky: “Last Known Surroundings” For the first time in 12 years, instrumental post-rock band Explosions in the Sky has unveiled their first official music video. The animated clip for “Last Known Surroundings” is from the band’s new album Take Care, Take Care, Take Care. Months in the making, “Last Known Surroundings” directed by Ptarmak, ...

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Idol Rejects

Who Got Voted Off American Idol

If you really want to know how tonight’s American Idol elimination process went, you’ll check out my live blog at Idol Mania. Suffice it to say that the kickoffs were somewhat surprising, with Jason Yeager, Alexandrea Lushington, Alaina Whitaker, and Robbie Carrico being sent back into obscurity. Thankfully, gay stripper David Hernandez and mugshot girl Amanda Overmyer got to stay.

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New Bright Eyes Album Coming Out Soon: ‘The People’s Key’

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Bright Eyes will release The People’s Key on February 15th 2011 on Saddle Creek. The People’s Key – the band’s seventh studio album – is the eagerly awaited follow-up to 2007’s acclaimed Cassadaga. In support of the album Bright Eyes can announce two very special shows next year: Radio City Music Hall in New York City on March 9th and ...

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