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Listen: Music Band's new single "I Was Like"

Nashville transplants Music Band like to keep things as sonically straightforward as their name. The trio deliver deceivingly effortless rock ‘n’ roll with a sense of lo-fi frivolity that’s perfectly befitting their new label, Infinity Cat Recordings (Diarrhea Planet, JEFF the Brotherhood). 282 more words

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Ab-Soul announces North American tour

Ab-Soul has announced a North American tour in support of his new album, These Days. The extensive outing will keep the Black Hippy member on the road from mid-September to early November. 205 more words

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Thurston Moore announces new album and tour dates, listen to "The Best Day"

Former Sonic Youth leader Thurston Moore has announced the release of his first new solo album in four years. Entitled The Best Day, the follow-up to 2011’s… 270 more words

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Listen: Zeahorse's new song "Career"

Since forming in late 2010, Zeahorse have carved out a niche within Australia’s underground music scene. Inspired by everyone from Fugazi to The Jesus Lizard, the band’s engaging, often anthemic mixture of psych and noise rock has led to tours all across their native country. 245 more words

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Tame Impala accused of plagiarizing Argentinian pop star with "Feels Like We Only Go Backwards"

“Feels Like We Only Go Backwards”, the second single from Tame Impala’s Lonerism, was released in late 2012. Its critical and commercial successful helped catapult the band to rock stardom, earned them placement in many year-end listicles ( 237 more words

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Listen: She Keeps Bees' new song "Owl", featuring Sharon Van Etten

Although they’re both based in the Big Apple, indie rock duo She Keeps Bees and singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten don’t exactly travel in the same circles. 325 more words

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Cass McCombs announces tour dates with The War on Drugs and Meat Puppets

Cass McCombs has announced new tour dates in support of his latest LP, Big Wheel and Others. The extensive docket stretches from late October to early December, including shows alongside… 163 more words

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