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Clap Your Hands Say Yeah touring, playing debut record in full

Philly/Brooklyn band Clap Your Hands Say Yeah have announced a new tour to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their self-titled debut record. The band will be playing their debut record in in full, plus “other favorites.” 351 more words

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Review: Ought - More Than Any Other Day

Rust Is Just Right is not a very large operation, so we may overlook some albums when they are first released.  However, when we eventually catch up and listen to some of these records, we are not going to let the fact that we are ten months behind stop us from writing a review.   575 more words

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Vita and the Woolf Covers “Satan Said Dance” by Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

RE: Posted From ROOT DOWN IN THE SHADOW (Original Post Date Feb 24, 2015)

Wrapping up our second recording session at Cambridge Sound Studios in South Philly, young rising stars Vita and the Woolf tackled the exciting Clap Your Hands Say Yeah!  213 more words

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First Listen Review: Krill - "A Distant Fist Unclenching:


What I Liked: 
In terms of character, these guys definitely have one. They are another band reminding me of a Clap Your Hands Say Yeah with the similar vocals and socially awkward emotion brought by the vocals. 136 more words

Albums

First Listen Review: Breakfast In Fur - "Flyaway Garden"

What I like: When it comes to creating an atmospheric feeling using one or two chords accompanying other instruments, this band has it down. The first two songs on this album as well as “Setting Stone” have this down very well. 159 more words

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2015 - a new musical adventure

I know that you’re all eagerly waiting to know what I voted for in triple J’s hottest 100 (baited breath right!)

Well without any further ado – here are my top 10 songs from last year. 147 more words

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The Future Islands Problem

Every year there is a band that inexplicably rockets out from the depths of obscurity and ends up on all the year-end lists after riding months of breathless critics’ praise.   1,115 more words

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