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07.22.2014 | 93 days ago | Posted at 09:26 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
It's shaping up to be a busy year for Ryan Adams. This fall the singer will release his latest self-produced album, Gimmie Something Good (out Sept. 9 on PAX-AM/Blue Note Records), and next month he'll release the latest installment of his 7-inch series, "1984," which his label describes as a 10-song "homage to the halcyon days of the earliest releases from Dischord, SST, Touch & Go and their ...
07.14.2014 | 101 days ago | Posted at 09:19 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
The best band of the 2000s post-punk revival until they weren't anymore, Interpol has announced plans for to release a new album in September, El Pintor, their fourth attempt to top their 2002 debut Turn on The Bright Lights (the upcoming album's cover art even mirrors the red and black color scheme of their debut). And where there's a new album, there's a new tour: The group will hit the road thi...
07.02.2014 | 113 days ago | Posted at 07:00 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
By this point you've either succumbed to Iggy Azalea's summer hit "Fancy," or you're fundamentally put off by the rapper who's looking more and more like 2014's answer to Mackelmore (if Mackelmore were an Australian model who rhymed in a very practiced fake Atlanta drawl). Both are perfectly defensible positions. If you're in the pro-Iggy camp, though, you'll get a chance to see her live soon. Tod...
06.23.2014 | 122 days ago | Posted at 11:00 AM

With EMA

By Evan Rytlewski
Over their many years together, Austin indie-rockers Spoon developed a reputation for consistency, releasing a highly acclaimed album every couple of years or so, including four great albums in a row during the ’00s (or five great albums in a row, depending on how you view 2010’s divisive Transference). That’s a streak any band would be envious of, but funny thing about consistency: It’s n...
06.16.2014 | 129 days ago | Posted at 11:00 AM

Bastille will headline the venue in October

By Evan Rytlewski
The Pabst Theater Group has shown an interest in expanding beyond its core trio of venues over the last few years, booking shows at the Marcus Amphitheater, BMO Harris Pavilion, Miller Caves and Humphrey Scottish Rite Center in addition to the Pabst Theater, Riverside Theater and Turner Hall Ballroom. Today the organization announced yet another show at an outside venue: The promoters will bring t...
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
 Just as quickly as the ’90s ushered in a new soul-music renaissance, the ’00s put that renaissance on hold, as some of neo-soul’s brightest talents retreated from the spotlight. Lauryn Hill and D’Angelo spent much of that decade off the grid, sidelined by either personal issues or creative

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