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Single of the Week: "Ancient Ways" by Interpol

Off of Interpol’s new album El Pintor from Matador Records, this week’s featured single is “Ancient Ways”. As far as Interpol’s music goes, I happen to be a newbie. 109 more words

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THURSTON MOORE - " The Best Day "

Thurston Moore and the title track from his new album out on October 20th on Matador Records, after a busy few years with the dissolution of his long term band Sonic Youth and his seperation from Kim Gordon with the band members all going their seperate ways, after the previous albums the more folky woods “Trees Outside The Academy” and the noise punk “Chelsea Light Moving” with this new album Moore stands ready for the future, Thurston Moore will be performing at the Bodega in Nottingham.


The State I Am In: Stuart Murdoch on Every Belle and Sebastian Album

Halfway through our phone call, Stuart Murdoch, sitting outside at Austin–Bergstrom International Airport, lets out an abrupt, “Oh wow,” followed by, “Oh goodness.” He breaks away momentarily.  3,048 more words


Interview: Perfume Genius Likes Being More In-Your-Face

Perfume Genius is just as charming during our phone interview as I had hoped. The solo project of Seattle-native Mike Hadreas, Perfume Genius is having a moment. 1,649 more words


Celebration Days: The New Pornographers' Brill Bruisers

Earlier in the year, New Pornographers front man/songwriter AC (Carl) Newman began sending out a series of tweets concerning the making of the bands new album. 1,036 more words


Perfume Genius- Too Bright

Perfume Genius

Too Bright

Matador, Sept. 23rd

By Josh Hughes

“Too Bright” is first and foremost a confessional burst of self acceptance and extroversion. Take either of Mike Hadreas’ first two LPs under Perfume Genius and you’ll be hard pressed to find anything as musically disturbing as “My Body” or as flamboyantly anthemic as “Queen”. 553 more words


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Iceage-Danish punks channel spirit of Nick Cave on new album

When Iceage first exploded on the scene they sounded like a bunch of feral kids who had only heard hardcore and punk. 487 more words