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'90s Rewind: Weezer Tease New Song "Go Away"

By Matt Dolloff (@mattdolloff)

Weezer may be forever associated with the ’90s, and rightfully so because they broke through to the mainstream with their 1994 self-titled debut LP (dubbed “The Blue Album”). 312 more words

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New Music: The Datsuns - Caught in the Silver, plus album news

Sometimes things align just right. For New Zealand rockers The Datsuns it was all four members being in the same city, the gods of classic rock and roll looking down on them favourably as they followed their lead in the songwriting, and allowing their influences – in this case 1970s cult film super-villains and 1970s French comic Kris Kool created by cult psychedelic artist Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou), to seep through into their work. 241 more words

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New Music: Pord - Staring Into Space, plus Album News

Ahead of their forthcoming album “Wild”, recorded with Serge Morattel at Rec Studio in Geneva, French trio Pord have released a new track, “Staring Into Space”. 203 more words

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Glass Animals - Zaba

If there is one thing for sure, it’s that super-producer Paul Epsworth has a cracking eye for talent, first helping to launch Bloc Party, Adele… 442 more words

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New Music: Ben Howard - I forget where we were, plus album news

Brit nominated and Bafta winning singer songwriter is back to continue his seemingly inexorable rise to the heights of singer-songwriterdom (is that a kingdom?) with the release of his second album ‘I forget where we were’ out on 20th October via Island Records. 150 more words

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New Music: Andy Burrows - As Good As Gone

Andy Burrows is not a man to hang around. His new long player, Fall Together Again, which is out via Play It Again Sam on 20th October will be Burrows tenth long player, split between solo albums and records with Razorlight, We Are Scientists and Smith & Burrows, not forgetting his BAFTA-nominated soundtrack for The Snowman and the Snowdog. 153 more words

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New Music: Stars - From The Night

After a two year break, Montreals Stars return with a new album, out on November 3rd via ATO Records. Although its titled No One is Lost, its not something the band really believe in. 325 more words

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