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XTC: Skylarking

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Sonic Youth releases 12 of their live shows spanning their career

On Friday, Sonic Youth uploaded 12 of their previously unreleased live shows to their Bandcamp archives. The concerts span the bands career, from the late…

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The Weeknd: After Hours

Abel Tesfaye finally delivers on his long-running vision, leveraging a self-loathing villain into an irresistible, cinematic narrative with his most satisfying collision of new wave,…

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Hear Joan Jett and Sting’s New Alzheimer’s Benefit Album Songs

They lead a list of artists who appear on ‘Music Moments’ project. Continue reading… Source: https://ultimateclassicrock.com/joan-jett-sting-music-moments-benefit/ Indie Brew found this story and shared it with…

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Boldy James: The Price of Tea in China

On their latest collaboration, the Detroit rapper and the Beverly Hills producer turn out of the year’s most immersive rap albums. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/boldy-james-the-price-of-tea-in-china/ Indie Brew…

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Green Day: Father of All…

The pop-punk stalwarts resist political commentary in lieu of making the most convincingly carefree Green Day record of the new millennium. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/green-day-father-of-all/ Indie Brew…

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Peter Gabriel: So

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Coca-Cola bottles with built-in light-up lightsabers

If you’re going to be in Singapore in December you can participate in “the Galactic Hunt” for Coca-Cola bottles with built-in light-up lightsabers: View this…

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Somewhere City

With their skate-punk shout-alongs and double-tapped guitar heroics, this D.C. duo embodies the sound of emo in 2019. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/origami-angel-somewhere-city/ Indie Brew found this story…

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Album of the Day: Moondog,“On the Streets of New York”

Moondog was a beatmaker. The blind, street-dwelling composer, born Louis Hardin, wrote pieces simple enough to play by himself on the sidewalk yet complex enough…

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Album of the Day: Meemo Comma, “Sleepmoss”

On UK producer Lara Rix-Martin’s second album as Meemo Comma, the English countryside comes alive. On Sleepmoss, Rix-Martin builds an ecosystem that connects field recordings…

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Album of the Day: Arthur Russell, “Iowa Dream”

Avant-garde New York City musician and composer Arthur Russell, known to many as the mastermind behind Dinosaur L’s simmering underground disco gem “Go Bang,” died…

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Album of the Day: Afuma, “Songs From the Shore”

On Songs From the Shore, Afuma—the duo of guitarists Taketo Shimada and Stefan Tcherepnin—explore both death and the afterlife. That weighty subject matter is echoed…

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Album of the Day: Panic Girl, “Cake on Jupiter”

  “Himalayan Tea”, the lush, ambient roller from Munich-based artist Panic Girl, opens the door to a world where the ordinary meets the ethereal. The…

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Album of the Day: The Deer, “Do No Harm”

At the start of the decade, Austin’s The Deer arrived after an ampersand—they were the loose accompaniment behind Grace Park, a promising folk singer with…

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Album of the Day: Shana Falana, “Darkest Light”

  Since her 2012 debut, Shana Falana has been a stalwart voice of the Hudson Valley’s modern indie scene: a frequent presence at local shows,…

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Album of the Day: Omni, “Networker”

On their first two albums, the Atlanta post-punk group Omni harnessed jerky guitars, plucky bass, and crackling drums to convey a sense of unease. On…

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Album of the Day: Sun Ra Arkestra, “Live In Kalisz, 1986”

On December 7th, 1986, the Sun Ra Arkestra was in the midst of a European tour that brought them to Kalisz, an old Polish city…

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Album of the Day: Floating Points, “Crush”

British producer Sam Shepherd’s last project as Floating Points, REFLECTIONS, was recorded in the Mojave Desert, and was full of spacey, sunbaked psych jams worthy…

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Album of the Day: The Bedroom Witch, “Diaspora”

How does a person construct a sense of self in a culture that doesn’t offer them representation? Multimedia artist Sepehr Mashiahof uses dark, direct synth-pop…

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Album of the Day: Tawiah, “Starts Again”

Starts Again, the debut album fromLondon-based singer Tawiah, is centered around the notion of yearning.  On “Borders,” over gospel-y piano and a strolling bassline, she…

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