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LISTEN: The Neighbourhood Releases New Song “warm” Featuring Raury

September 4th, 2014
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THE NEIGHBORHOOD recently released a new song titled “Warm” from their upcoming mix tape. This intimate, mellow song is very relaxing to listen to, even as rapper Raury lays a few soft rhymes on the record. You can listen to it now via SoundCloud.

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By Megan Hatfield Posted in News ,

YOB – Clearing the Path to Ascend

September 3rd, 2014
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Mastering the Maelstrom

YOB are a stoner/doom/sludge metal band from Eugene, Oregon. Led by founder and guitarist-vocalist Mike Scheidt, the band have been releasing full-length albums since 2002. YOB are practitioners of the long-form—none of their proper studio albums contain more than six songs, yet the shortest clocks in at about 49 minutes. This tradition continues on Clearing the Path to Ascend—a 62-minute, four-song journey into massive realms of yearning, weariness, pain, elation, rage and reconciliation. Read more…

By David Sano Posted in High Fidelity, Reviews

Bob Dylan Announces Release Of Every Recording From The Basement Tapes Sessions

September 1st, 2014
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With this release of all The Basement Tapes recordings, Dylan fans gain access to 30 new tracks, as well as more than 100 others.
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By Ritu Prasad Posted in News ,

Made in America Festival, Philadelphia, Day 1

August 31st, 2014
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Currenty running for its third year in Philadelphia, Made in America seems to have finally figured this whole thing out. With a stage setup mimicking that of last year’s fest, Made in America seems to be learning from past mistakes and improving on its setup each year. (And this year they didn’t run out of water!) Read more…

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Outside Lands 2014 Day Three: Flume, The Flaming Lips and The Killers

August 12th, 2014
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Day three of the Outside Lands Music Festival proved colorful as ever with awesome light shows from Flume, The Flaming Lips and Tiesto, but in the end, the final day was won by rock and roll. Read more…

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Outside Lands 2014 Day Two: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Local Natives and Haim

August 10th, 2014
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Day two of Outside Lands Music Festival flooded the fog bed forest with more concert-goers than the festival has ever seen.  The day featured classic and fresh rock sets alike among a varied set of artists that made it difficult to choose between acts.  An impressively huge crowd gathered around the Lands End main stage early in day two to see British rockers The Kooks for some feel good music to start the day. Opening the set with “Junk of the Heart (Happy),” lead singer Luke Pritchard’s nasal-y vocals paired with the upbeat tempos continued throughout the steady set. Read more…

By Emily Clark Posted in Reviews, Show Reviews , ,

Monomyth – Saturnalia Regalia!

August 6th, 2014
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The Hero Stays Put

These four boys from Nova Scotia know exactly what they are trying to do on their debut LP, Saturnalia Regalia!. Monomyth is all about the hooks, the height and the happy. The melodies are catchy as heck, the guitars are unapologetically treble-y and echo-y and the overall feeling from these eight songs is positivity. Even as the songs veer from the pocket of pop to the realm of psych-metal, they retain a Turtles-esque ’60s-gleefulness. Read more…

By Chad Gorn Posted in Reviews

Foxygen Announces New Album …And Star Power For October 2014 Release

August 2nd, 2014
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California native indie rock group Foxygen has confirmed their latest album …And Star Power for release on October 14th. Accompanying the release of the album are dates for their latest tour, which is currently underway. Read more…

By Doug Farrell Posted in News

Arthur Russell Compilation Tribute Album Master Mix: Red Hot + Arthur Russell For October 2014 Release

July 29th, 2014
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Red Hot doesn’t do things halfway. The AIDS awareness organization has put some absolutely stellar tribute albums, and draw in some serious talent every time they do. The latest musical legend to get the cover band treatment is New York’s own Arthur Russell.

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Ultra Records Files Copyright Lawsuit, Kaskade Fires Back With Support For Opposite Party

July 28th, 2014
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In the age of self-promotion and online marketing, record labels have still found a way to get their cut from “online stars” and entrepreneurs, even against the will of the artists they claim to be protecting.
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