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Tuesday, 06 May 2014 12:00

Quilt 5/6/14

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Colorful and faintly eerie, Quilt's patchwork of old and new sounds and their fondness for experimentation has brought them to the world stage with a new album and an international tour, including stops at the major indie music festivals.

Thursday, 20 February 2014 13:00

Caroline Smith 2/20/14

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Caroline Smith, a Minneapolis singer-songwriter, will not be pigeon-holed. The self-proclaimed, and unabashed, fan of '90s rhythm and blues, pop and neo-soul makes music influenced by all of them, but in a way that doesn't exactly resemble any particular style, other than her own.

Friday, 08 November 2013 13:00

Basia Bulat 11/8/13

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With a voice that's wise beyond her years, Basia Bulat weaves personal hardships into gorgeous melodies that tap into universal sentiments: longing, wonderment and love.

If you were anywhere other than Plush on Saturday night, you missed out on an explosion of unadulterated, unfiltered, unholy rock 'n' roll courtesy of Mr. Hanni el Khatib.

Best Coast took the stage to Toto's "Africa" (as the crowd, most of whom younger than the song itself, cheered frenetically and clapped along), though the momentum was briefly interrupted by sound problems.

Sunday, 25 August 2013 12:00

Treetop Flyers 8/25/13

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Treetop Flyers have a whimsical name that conjures up images of rope swings and bird houses high above the earth, but their sound is solidly grounded in rootsy rock and alt country.

Wednesday, 10 July 2013 12:00

The Lone Bellow 7/10/13

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The Lone Bellow may call New York home, but their rootsy Americana calls to mind open highways and state-fair sing-alongs more than the Brooklyn, N.Y. diner where they first played together.

Friday, 31 May 2013 12:00

Gogol Bordello 5/31/13

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There and back again: Transcontinental punks Gogol Bordello mash up sounds and styles from all four corners and in every direction at once.

"I was supposed to do great things," cries Cold War Kids vocalist Nathan Willett on "Miracle Mile," the opening track of "Dear Miss Lonelyhearts," their fourth full-length record. It's a millennial sentiment with which we can all identify, yet from the mouths of these Long Beach, Calif. indie rockers it somehow doesn't seem trite.

Tuesday, 19 March 2013 16:27

They Might Be Giants 3/15/13

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Not to put too fine a point on it, but They Might Be Giants is one of those rare bands almost everyone loves, and it's not hard to see why.

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