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A dance party broke out at the Ready Room on Thursday night with of Montreal and openers Icky Blossoms.

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New concert venue the Ready Room kicked things off in grand fashion on Wednesday, April 2, with a theatrical and boisterous set by of Montreal, from Athens, Ga.

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Faces in the crowd got progressively moist as more and more people trickled into a warm Off Broadway on Saturday night to see Tall Tall Trees and Kishi Bashi.

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As a rule, I'm a comparative thinker. As a writer, I construct parallels and employ juxtaposition all the time. As a critic, I see comparison as a means towards a more accurate definition.

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The new of Montreal single has everything you'd expect from the Athens, Ga. band -- that is if you've just returned from a month-long cruise where the imperial ballroom house band plays nothing but ELO, Steely Dan and David Bowie covers -- sign me up for the next departure -- and the weather was gorgeous with intermittent showers of flutes, Fruit Loops and cherry cola.

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Tuesday, 20 December 2011 14:27

Best of 2011: Top 15 Live at KDHX videos

As the year comes to a close, KDHX is pleased to present some of our favorite live in-studio videos of 2011 -- and there were so many, we just couldn't narrow it to 10!

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Monday, 04 July 2011 15:16

of Montreal 7/4/11

The versatility of of Montreal has never been in question. But when the indie rock maestros hit town for a rare July 4 session they lit up the KDHX studios with an arsenal of sonic fireworks.

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What does it mean when a giant, pink pigface freaks a naked-bummed Kevin Barnes donning nothing more than blue boots and gran’s best blouse and lacey apron? And what does it mean when caped, black-and-red, wooden skateboard heads ejaculate three hundred gallons of confetti into a screaming crowd?

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of Montreal
False Priest

Of Montreal’s tenth album, False Priest, rattles with dark energy that shivers from fatalistic undertones reminiscent of Bowie at his oddest and perhaps even a touch of the Cure. Over the course of its past musical output, Of Montreal has evolved an intricately layered sound. False Priest presents a fleeter production with some harder edges, but retains the familiar mixture of upbeat melancholia.

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