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Up Close and Personal: Interview with Jackie Tohn

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Jackie Tohn is probably most famous for her appearance on season 8 of American Idol. However, if you watch YouTube at all, you might have been made privy to Jackie’s phenominal Powerfox and Ponymane videos, which have a tendency to blow the season 9 American Idol contestants out of the water.  Tohn has been actually exercising her talents as an ...

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Women To Release Limited Edition 7″ , Announce Dates With Liars

Women Band

Today online pre-orders begin for the much anticipated new album by Women: Public Strain at www.Jagjaguwar.com. Those who are champing at the bit to get the album will be excited to hear that both LP and CD pre-orders will be delivered with a bonus 7” featuring two exclusive non-album tracks – “Grey Skies” and “Service Animal”, not available anywhere else. ...

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Bumbershoot: Seattle’s Music & Arts Festival Announces 2010 Music Lounge Lineup

The Raveonettes

Seattle, WA – The 40th Annual Bumbershoot: Seattle’s Music & Arts Festival, taking place September 4-6 at Seattle Center, announces the 2010 Bumbershoot Music Lounge lineup. This is the fifth year of the Bumbershoot Music Lounge, a series of live performances by Bumbershoot artists hosted by KEXP 90.3FM (KEXP.org) at a private location on the Festival grounds. The Bumbershoot Music Lounge provides ...

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Alex Winston “Don’t Care About Anything” Video (Free EP Download)

Alex Winston

While it’s a great accomplishment to play a single instrument well, it’s a truly rare gift to play many perfectly. With The Basement Covers EP, singer Alex Winston proves she is one of the exceptional few. Classically trained in opera and bred on musical Americana, the beautiful Detroit- native remarkably played each instrument—guitar, piano, drums—on the four-song EP which she recorded in ...

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NEW: Panic at the Disco Secret Live Performance and Interview

Panic at the Disco

Recently I wrote about Panic at the Disco‘s new album, Pretty. Odd., and how catchy (yet Beatlesque familiar) it was. I still think it’s a bit of a rip-off, but these guys are young and I can forgive them for now. If they were 40, or in their 30s holding onto some high school fantasy or something, it’d be a ...

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Miniature Tigers Warm Stages For Ben Folds in February

Miniature Tigers

Miniature Tigers will join Ben Folds for nearly three weeks beginning February 11 in Princeton, NJ, and concluding March 1 in Charlotte, NC. On March 2nd, Miniature Tigers will hook up for a March tour with Dear and the Headlights winding their way into SXSW.

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Kings Go Forth Release New Single, Announce Tour Dates

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The American music underground is having what you might call a Kings Go Forth moment. Need proof? Over the past year, their seven inch singles set the soul blogs swooning and became instant collectors items. Legendary producer Tom Moulton called them to remix one of their songs. DJ Shadow’s playing them too. “Imaginary soul superstar” Mingering Mike is doing their album ...

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Music Reviews: ‘Zonoscope’ by Cut Copy

Cut Copy Zonoscope

Music Review: Zonoscope by Cut Copy Release Date: February 8, 2011 Modular We have a new review up of Zonoscope, the latest album from new wave electro-pop band Cut Copy.  The review was written by Gravy and Biscuits writer Jebbica.   Cut Copy: Zonoscope Review Cut Copy Bio More Music Reviews     [itunes link="http://itunes.apple.com/us/music-video/artificial-interpreter-the/id416898317?uo=4" title="Cut_Copy-Zonoscope_(Bonus_Version)_(Album)" text="Cut Copy: Zonoscope on iTunes"] Gravy and Biscuits ...

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