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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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Thursday, 03 April 2014 09:00

Charting the Music: Real Estate, 'Atlas'

While Real Estate waxes lyrical about literal and figurative journeys, themes of nature also run throughout its latest release "Atlas."

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Wednesday night electronic and industrial pioneer Gary Numan played a sold out show at the Firebird.

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A true transcontinental project, King of Prussia's new double album, "Zonian Girls...And the Echoes That Surround Us All," was recorded in France, Spain and Athens, Ga., and the geographical diversity matches the indie-pop ambition, as heard on the track "Actuary."

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Evoking a folkified version of Coldplay or an austere, piano-based take on Fleet Foxes, "Someone Else" by Cold Weather Company is the kind of heart-bursting song that promises an emotional payoff -- and then delivers.

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Arum Rae has flirted with country music -- a song she co-wrote with John Paul White of the Civil Wars found its way into the TV show "Nashville" -- but on "If I Didn't Know Better," she fully embraces electronic sounds yet never turns her back on ethereal, emotional soul.

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The South by Southwest tradition of the Twangfest day parties, presented by KDHX, returned to Austin, Texas for the 15th consecutive year.

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Everything about Low's majestic performance at Off Broadway Thursday night affirmed the band's 20 year tenure.

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With folk sensibilities (and sensitivities) and a rock 'n' roll kick (and a bit of chaos), New York's 5j Barrow pushes (and then tears up) the envelope on dynamics and emotional release on the new track "Talking My Soul."

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Led by singer and songwriter Mike Fiore, the Boston-based group Faces on Film builds personal, cinematic rock songs, which are yet much more than home movies. "The Rule" has plush, surprising textures and a thumping pulse, part heartbeat on a sleepless night, part emotional, even yearning drive.

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