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New Video: Minus The Bear “Hold Me Down”

New Video: Minus The Bear “Hold Me Down”

Minus The Bear officially releases a new live performance music video for their song “Hold Me Down” today. It was shot during a concert in Philadelphia, and despite the cold, it looks like it was a fun time for everyone.

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Lightning in a Bottle

Lightning in a Bottle

Lightning in a Bottle is back! Organizers for the three-day electronic music festival on Memorial Day weekend just released the lineup for this year, with Pretty Lights, Thievery Corporation, Lucent Dossier Experience, and Oakland’s own Beats Antique topping the bill.

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My Morning Jacket Prep New Album

My Morning Jacket Prep New Album

The fellas from My Morning Jacket just announced plans for the release of their sixth studio album this spring, and Northern California fans will be among the first to get an opportunity to hear the new material live.

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Live Review: Holcombe Waller @ Swedish American Hall

Live Review: Holcombe Waller @ Swedish American Hall

An initial listen to  Holcombe Waller’s Into the Dark Unknown might stir comparisons to early Sufjan Stevens territory — back when his M.O. was quiet, forlorn folk sung over picked acoustic guitar and the occasional piano or horn swell. 

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Beat Report: Jamie XX

Beat Report: Jamie XX

Our electronic music correspondent Noele Lusano reviews Jamie XX’s remix of Gil Scott-Heron’s latest album and Knowone LP001, a flashback to the golden age of dance music.

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Album Review: The Frail – Lasers Over Lovers

Album Review: The Frail – Lasers Over Lovers

Local electro-pop band The Frail has re-emerged from their year-long hibernation with a new lineup and a brand new EP released on Tricycle Records. Lasers Over Lovers features uptempo, party-driven, straightforward dance tracks characterized by overly catchy, disco-influenced melodies and high-pitched vocals.

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More From The Concretes

More From The Concretes

If you are jonesing for more from The Concretes after the band’s Noise Pop show at the Rickshaw Stop last week, you are in luck. The band just released a video for “Crack in the Paint” off of the WYWH album, along with some free…

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Penny & The Quarters

Penny & The Quarters

Have you seen the movie Blue Valentine? If you have, you’d know that it has to be one of the better movies of the year, and one of the most depressing movies of all time.  You may have also noticed a certain song featured in…

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Weekend

Weekend

Being an ardent fan of the early 90s shoegaze scene (Guided by Voices, My Bloody Valentine, etc.), I was absolutely elated when I picked up the album Sports by Weekend.

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Live Review: Ben Gibbard

Live Review: Ben Gibbard

Another year of Noise Pop ended Sunday night at the Great American Music Hall with more of a polite indie rock bow than the requisite bang, as members of Death Cab For Cutie, Rogue Wave, Husker Du and The Album Leaf all took the stage…

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Album Stream: Alexander Ebert, of Edward Sharpe

Album Stream: Alexander Ebert, of Edward Sharpe

Alexander Ebert, frontman for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, is taking a short break from his 10-member crew to release his debut LP. Listen to it for free until its official release tomorrow.

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Video: Datarock “Catcher in the Rye”

Video: Datarock “Catcher in the Rye”

Datarock’s push behind its new single “The Catcher in the Rye” continues with a no-frills live music video. If their Bottom of the Hill show on March 10th is anything like the video, we’re ready!

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