TV on the Radio: “Caffeinated Consciousness”

TV on the Radio recently shared another song of their newest album Nine Types of Light, which hits shelves on April 12th. The song is called, “Caffeinated Consciousness,” the blues-rock opening sounds vaguely similar to an early White Stripes song it then mellows out with Tunde Adebimpe and Kyp Malone trading off vocals. The song

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Tindersticks Soundtracks Get Release Date

As previously announced, on April 26, 2011, Constellation Records will be releasing a very special 5 CD/5 LP box set compiling all six soundtracks that members of Tindersticks have created for the films of French director, Claire Denis, over the past 15 years. Four of the six soundtracks are previously unreleased, including the score for

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Animal Collective Dates

Electronic group Animal Collective have recently announced a string of tour dates after a very silent year. This past year members of the band have been working on solo albums, mainly Noah Lennox aka Panda Bear. The groups sample heavy stage presence may move your or infuriate you. All and all the group create an

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James Blake Adds Dates

UK artist James Blake recently released his soulful self-titled debut album in February to a swarm of critical acclaim. If you have yet to check out the 22-year-old then you are certainly missing out. Blake manages to create beautiful electronic sounds without the end result feeling lifeless. He has recently announced a string of U.S.

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Radiohead: The King of Limbs

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few weeks then you know that Radiohead self-released their eighth album The King of Limbs. Radiohead are the type of band that needs to be digested over a long period of time so I did not want to write a full review of the

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The National “Conversation 16″ Video

I’d be hard pressed to find a band that had a better year then The National. Their album High Violet was released to critical acclaim and ended up getting the band all the attention that they deserved. They have recently released their video for the track “Conversation 16″ which features comedian/actress Kristen Schaal and actor

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BRAIDS Announce Massive Tour

Montreal’s BRAIDS have recently announced that they will be bringing their glimmering post-rockish music to most of North America. The tour begins on March 10th in California and ends in May in Ontario with a whole bunch of dates in between. The group will also make a stop at SXSW this year so be sure 

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Kurt Vile, ‘Smoke Ring for My Halo’

Philadelphia rocker Kurt Vile is set to release his latest album Smoke Ring for My Halo tomorrow via Matador records. If you want an early preview of the album, which you should, head over to NPR to stream the record in its entirety. The album features a lot of beautiful guitar work and in terms

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Pepper Rabbit Tour Dates w/ Rural Alberta Advantage

Courtesy of Tell All Your Friends Los Angeles duo Pepper Rabbit is thrilled to announce upcoming west coast tour dates, where they will be supporting Ra Ra Riot and post SXSW dates with Miniature Tigers. Following the October 2010 release of their debut album, Beauregard, on Kanine Records, Pepper Rabbit spent the fall touring the US with Cotton Jones,

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WXPN Hosts 7th Annual Musicians On Call Benefit Concert

WXPN will be hosting the Annual Musicians On Call Benefit this Sunday, March 6th. There will be performances but various local acts as well as Josh Ritter. Since 2004, the program has touched the lives of more than 30,000 patients and their families in health care facilities throughout the Philadelphia region. In addition to live

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