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Music Reviews: The Go! Team ‘Rolling Blackouts’

Music Review: Rolling Blackouts by The Go! Team Release Date: February 1, 2011 Memphis Industries UK We have a new review up of Rolling Blackouts, the latest album from The Go! Team. Here is a snippet of the article, written by James Kaufholz: Rolling Blackouts, like previous releases from The Go! Team, walks the fine line between overwhelming energy and ...

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Cold Cave: ‘Cherish the Light Years’ Review

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Artist: Cold Cave Album: Cherish the Light Years Label: Matador A couple of years ago, I read in an online magazine that Wes Eisold had a new project that he was working on called Cold Cave. This excited me, as Eisold was the front-man of some of my favorite hardcore bands growing up, including American Nightmare and Some Girls. Reading further ...

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Hunx and His Punx: ‘Too Young to be in Love’ Review

Hunx and his Punx

Artist: Hunx and his Punx Album: Too Young to Be in Love Label: Hardly Art Oakland, California’s flamboyant up-and-comer pop punk sensation Seth Bogart, aka Hunx, recently released his second album, Too Young To Be in Love, with his Punx on Hardly Art Records. It’s a pretty decent album, if you are in the mood for some guy singing higher ...

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Here We Go Magic Cover “Terminally Chill” by Neon Indian

Here We Go Magic

Here We Go Magic is a five-piece band made up of members Luke Temple, Kristina Lieberson, Michael Bloch, Jennifer Turner, and Peter Hale. Several of them had collaborated consistently in years prior, but the five finally came together with a single unified vision in early 2009, buoyed by the release of the self-titled [itunes link="http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/fangela/id301579580?uo=4" title="Here We Go Magic" text="Here We ...

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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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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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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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Twin Shadow: “I Can’t Wait” (Gordon Voidwell Remix) Free mp3 Download

Twin Shadow

The name might as well be a movie title: Twin Shadow in … Forget. Only it’s not a movie; it’s a panoramic LP that introduces us to the twilight zone tale of George Lewis Jr. The troubled son of a hairdresser and a “teacher who lived many lives” (semi-pro football, massage therapy, film maker and other things we’ll tell you ...

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