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Video: Mouse on Mars – “Polaroyced”

Mouse on Mars released the video for “Polaroyced”, a highlight off their acclaimed EP Parastrophics. The video seems to emulate dancing outdoors on an acid trip. Or maybe the guy’s just really high on life. Do...
 
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Davy Jones Dead at 66

Davy Jones, lead singer for 1960s pop group and TV sensations The Monkees, died earlier today in Florida of a heart attack. The 66-year-old native of Manchester, England was named by Yahoo Music in 2008 as “the number one...

 
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Bryan Scary Announces New Double-Album

Bryan Scary is one of the few artists around willing and able to pull off a rock opera. His music plays homage to conceptual rock from the ’70s, the styles delving in a mixture of psych-rock that is neither too pretentiou...
 
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Video: Gorillaz, Andre 3000, + James Murphy – “DoYaThing”

Converse’s ongoing Three Artists series encourages collaboration, and their animated video for “DoYaThing” is a surefire indication of this. James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem) and Andre 3000 (Outkast) transform in...

 
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Video: Ane Brun – “Worship” (ft. José González)

Ah, here’s a name from the past. I wrote about Ane Brun way back in 2008, when she released the stunning Changing of the Seasons. The Norwegian-based Brun crafts striking alternative-folk, alternating between slow-moving ...
 
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Two New Radiohead Songs

Radiohead played two new songs last night in Miami, in their first show of a tour that goes into late July. The passionate Radiohead community At Ease was able to nab a video of both new tracks, currently titled “Cut a Ho...

 
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Full Album Stream: Pond – Beard, Wives, Denim

Hype Machine are offering a full stream of Pond’s new album, Beard, Wives, Denim. Out March 6th, the thirteen tracks comprise the fourth album from the Australian-based Pond, which includes members more known for their wo...
 
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Talk To Angels

Bradford-based band Talk To Angels is the work of Embrace keyboardist Mickey Dale and his fellow collaborators, all with the intent to create hypnotic alt-rock with as much bark and bite as Embrace, but with a slightly heavier ...