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Yeasayer
Amen & Goodbye
Jun 3, 2016 | by | No Comments | Read →

When they released their second album, Odd Blood, in 2010, Yeasayer were on the rise to indie mega-stardom alongside the likes of Grizzly Bear, Beach House, and...


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Album Reviews

Yeasayer
Amen & Goodbye
Yeasayer Amen & Goodbye

When they released their second album, Odd Blood, in 2010, Yeasayer were on the rise to indie mega-stardom alongside the likes of Grizzly Bear, Beach House, and...

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What’s the Rumpus?

Big Ears Festival
Knoxville, March 31–April 3
Big Ears Festival Knoxville, March 31–April 3

Big Ears Festival in Knoxville scratches an itch no other American festival quite does. Ashley Capps, one of the creators of Bonnaroo, brings some of the most ...

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Past Perfect

The Cars
The Elektra Years: 1978–1987
The Cars The Elektra Years: 1978–1987

When thinking of the music of the ’80s, most people probably envision some extreme version of new wave squeaked out of synthesizers by a band...

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Biblio Files

Under the Big Black Sun
by John Doe with Tom DeSavia
Under the Big Black Sun by John Doe with Tom DeSavia

Eclipsed in popular consciousness by their distant cousins in New York and London, LA’s punk progenitors forged an eclectic scene where...

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Primitive Futures

The Hunches
The Hunches
The Hunches The Hunches

The Hunches surfaced in the waking years of this century to hit a nerve that desperately needed hitting. Playing a cacophonic, gritty kind of rock & roll, they...

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