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What Are These Tracks Now!?

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These are the upstanding young gents behind Mount Kimbie, pictured as they are absolutely terrifying a young fan of theirs in some sort of basement karaoke jam.

3 Nov 2010 | More

Dinosaur Bones – ‘Birthright’ EP

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Toronto’s Dinosaur Bones have a Canadian sound, and though I’m not exactly sure what that means, certain parts on this 4-song EP do remind me a bit of earlier work by Montreal’s The Stills.

3 Nov 2010 | 1 comment | More

The Knocks Will Knock Around Europe and Beyond with New Tour Dates

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DJ B-Roc and Mr. JPatt are swaggerific producers otherwise known as The Knocks, who’ve got a pumping single, “Dancing with the D.J.”

3 Nov 2010 | More

Interpol Announce North American Tour Dates for Winter 2011

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Clearly enjoying the show these days if their official website’s blog is any indication, Interpol is all fired up and ready to keep a good thing going well into 2011. Additional tour dates begin January 27th in Vancouver and wrap February 19th in Boston.

3 Nov 2010 | More

Hooray For Earth Kicks Off Their Piano’s Residency

Tonight is the start of the Hooray For Earth residency at Piano’s. The shows start at 8PM every Wednesday in November and every line up looks if not outstanding, then between definitely above good/great, with a few high quality curatorial gems. Click the thumbnail for the full schedule.

3 Nov 2010 | More

Midnight Juggernauts to Tour the U.S. This Month

Midnight Juggernauts have ventured far and wide on their current tour to play shows across the U.S., Europe and Australia, and now have announced their next run of U.S. headlining dates…

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Cut Copy to Release ‘Zonoscope’ in February

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As announced back in July, Cut Copy are set to unleash their third studio effort early next year. Now with the given title Zonoscope, the irresistible Aussie electro-pop hitmakers are finally confirming concrete details on the effort to be released on February 8th via Modular Recordings.

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