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Derek Schwartz

It was a long, crazy night at the Ready Room. With two excellent opening sets from Digital Leather and the Hussy, it wasn't until 10:15 p.m. that the Faint took the stage in a sea of smoke.

Thursday, 10 April 2014 12:00

The Melodic 4/10/14

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It's usually not a good idea to access a band by their name, but in the case of the folk-rock band the Melodic, it makes perfect sense.

Alex Turner walks onto the stage, lights flashing, and before he opens the Arctic Monkeys' set, he hammers out a few quick guitar riffs. The reverb is turned all the way up, and Turner's sweet nothings echo through the sold-out crowd before they fade away into the screams of the audience.

Thursday, 30 January 2014 13:00

The Hold Steady 1/30/14

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The Hold Steady's Facebook page, where the band lists their musical genre, simply states: "Straight up Rock & Roll."

More than ever, the music scene in 2013 has been full of surprises.

Wednesday, 13 November 2013 13:00

Washed Out 11/13/13

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At 31 years old, Washed Out is one of the older chillwave artists, a genre dominated by artists in their teens and young twenties, but don't let that cast a shadow on his cultural relevance.

Tuesday, 22 October 2013 12:00

Lucius 10/22/13

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Days after releasing their debut record, Brooklyn indie stars, Lucius, filled the KDHX studio with catchy riffs and deep harmonies.

Thursday, 29 August 2013 12:00

The Love Language 8/29/13

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The Love Language, hot off the release of their latest album "Ruby Red," dropped by the KDHX studios for a session packed with energy, distortion and heartbreak.

After a few years of reading the headlines of Spin and Rolling Stone, a few things have become absolutely clear: Young rappers will never learn how to stay out of trouble, the Rolling Stones will always have another tour and New York City indie bands will always have something to complain about.

We all like to think of summer as a mystical gap between spring and fall when time stands still, but the truth is that for most of us, summer is just like the other three seasons except with a lot more sweat.

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