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The Kills Premiere New Single ‘Satellite’

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The Kills unveiled “Satellite,” the lead single from their upcoming fourth studio effort, Blood Pressures, today. With an opening that sounds like the unwitting menace of an MRI machine and sonics that recall the gritty glee of 2005′s No Wow, “Satellite” is more polished…

31 Jan 2011 | More

Smith Westerns to Tour with Yuck

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Smith Westerns, who’ve just released their second album, Dye It Blonde, on Fat Possum on Jan. 18th, just wrapped a European tour with MGMT, but there’s no rest for the weary.

31 Jan 2011 | More

White Lies – ‘Ritual’

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While a great and mighty assumption, many of us would like to have the ability to leap into A-ha’s “Take on Me” video and sit a spell and observe. London trio White Lies seem to harbor the same aspirations, but with INXS’s dreary “Never Tear Us Apart” video.

29 Jan 2011 | 1 comment | More

Now Hear This: J Prhyme

Austin-born, Santa Monica-based J. Prhyme, aka Johnny Edson, had his SAG card as an actor at age 4 and started writing lyrics and music less than eight years later.

28 Jan 2011 | More

Lollapalooza Chile to Touch Down in Santiago April 2 and 3, 2011

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Lollapalooza, the alternative music festival that launched in 1991 as a summer traveling tour, and then was reborn as an August weekend fest in Chicago, is pitching its tents in Santiago, Chile this April.

28 Jan 2011 | 3 comments | More

Boy George to Release First Album in Ten Years, ‘Ordinary Alien’

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Ordinary Alien is 80′s pop icon Boy George’s latest release and his first artist album in ten years. It’s a fresh and impressive set of tracks boasting Boy George & his co-writer/producer Kinky Roland’s unique production and songwriting talents.

27 Jan 2011 | 2 comments | More

Datarock Blow Socks Off with New USB Single, “Catcher in the Rye”

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These trippy Norwegians are the funk-pop-electro-dance amalgams known throughout the world as festival faves who don red track suits and alien-like specs, but that doesn’t stop DATAROCK from seeking inspiration from a great American classic, “Catcher in the Rye”.

27 Jan 2011 | 1 comment | More

The Horrors’ Faris Badwin Forms Cat’s Eyes Duo with Soprano Rachel Zeffira

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Cat’s Eyes, a new duo formed by Rachel Zeffira, a London-based, Canadian soprano and classical multi-instrumentalist, and Faris Badwan, the strikingly bad-ass singer from British psych rock band, The Horrors.

26 Jan 2011 | More

Track Now: Bosco Delray – Evil Lives

Bosco Delray – Evil Lives, this is an Ad-Rock remix (there was once a group called Beastie Boys, Ad-Rock was one of them, they played claviers and invited us to party to hitherto unknown boroughs). This track starts as a dance that invites evil and doesn’t stop until the evil is conquered.

More tracks and info on Bosco Delray here.

25 Jan 2011 | More

Brooklyn Will Drown in Psychedelics

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This upcoming Saturday, January 29th a great line up of psychologists invite you down to Party Xpo to fix all …Read the Rest

25 Jan 2011 | 2 comments | More