R.E.M Breakup, Warner Bros. Releases Greatest Hits Album

It’s sad to see R.E.M. call it quits, especially after this years great album Collapse Into Now. The band has been a fixture of the music community for over three decades and their contribution to alternative music is immeasurable. Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage: 1982-2011 is a compilation of tracks from the bands epic career and it is due out on November 15th via Warner Bros. Check out some highlights from the...

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New Video from Girls: “Honey Bunny”

We’ve already seen a pretty bizarre video for one song of the new Girls album; now the band has released a second. This time around, the video is set to Father, Son, Holy Ghost opener “Honey Bunny,” and you can watch it here over at the New York...

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Stream Jens Lekman’s New EP: ‘An Argument with Myself’

Jens Lekman, the Swedish pop-mastermind behind 2007′s Night Falls Over Kortedala, is releasing a new EP on September 19th. The record is called An Argument with Myself, and you can steam it in it’s entirety now over at Vulture....

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White Rabbits Headlined Fashion’s Night Out Show 9/8

Last Thursday, White Rabbits headlined a free show at Rockefeller Plaza in NYC. The event was part of Fashion’s Night Out, and was one of many around town. Opening the show were fellow New Yorkers Lissy Trullie and Bear Hands. Overall, a very well-rounded display of New York talent. Plus, you can’t beat free! The only other listed tour date for White Rabbits is the Cultivate Festival on October 1st in Chicago, IL. Road...

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Review of new Trombone Shorty Record -For True

In early 2010, after years of slugging it out in clubs, Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews released his acclaimed national debut, “Backatown.” In the frenetic year that followed, he and backing band Orleans Avenue logged some 200 performances across five continents in a furious globe-trotting tour. He’s the kind of relentless road warrior that rolls his sleeves up and chisels out a name for himself one venue at a time. The high-energy and...

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The Apache Relay and River City Extension Play the Lizard Lounge

Nashville rising stars The Apache Relay are set to play the Chameleon Club’s Lizard Lounge this upcomng Tuesday, September 13th. New Jersey rockers River City Extension will be along for the ride, as will Lancaster’s Ton-Taun. Music starts at 6, and the cover is $10. Get discounted tickets before the date of the show...

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