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Friday, 08 November 2013 13:00

Thomas Dolby 11/8/13

Thomas Dolby may have taken some time off from music, but he's been anything but absent.

Published in Live Performances
Monday, 04 November 2013 08:44

Song of the Day: 'Afterglow' by the Crookes

Hooks come in all manner of shapes, sizes and sounds. They could be an organ line, a clicking pattern of drum sticks, a thrumming bass line, a single vowel, repeated. The Crookes undestand that, and on "Afterglow" they pull out all the indie-pop stops.

Published in Music News

Paramore's "Self-Titled Tour" unveiled itself last night in St. Louis with ample joy and production values. Paramore, no stranger to Top 40 and guilty pleasure playlists, brought to Fox Theatre's opulent, Byzantine interior a slew of tweens, teens and season-ticket holders.

Published in Reviews

As opening lines go, "He sets a table for two/Playing Bacharach, saying I love you," is about as romantic and deceptive as it gets. "If Only He Were You" by Pony Boy (aka Marchelle Bradanini) fulfills both promises.

Published in Music News

This year, Mike Doughty released a crowd-funded album that included re-recordings of old Soul Coughing songs -- mainly the best of "Ruby Vroomm" (1994), "Irresistible Bliss" (1996) and "El Oso" (1998). The record's name ridiculously lists all 13 tracks, but Doughty shortens it to "Circles" or "Circles Super Bon Bon..." for press purposes.

Published in Reviews

A self-proclaimed "Beatles freak," Rich Reese hosts "Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst," a show rooted in the music of the Beatles and the music they influenced and were influenced by.

Published in Inside KDHX

The kids packed it in at the Pageant last night with a lofty start to the evening as Angel Deradoorian, armed with her laptop, keys and mellow voice, began the show.

Published in Music News

As autumn settles itself in comfortably, "Let's Be Still" provides that last bit of summer warmth. Let the Head and the Heart ease the transition.

Published in Music News

Hopping club to club mainly throughout Lower Manhattan, N.Y., save for a handful of shows in Brooklyn, is the only way to absorb the CMJ Music Marathon's seemingly endless array of music. And if not taken in stride, one might easily fade before the finish line.

Published in Reviews

Monday evening at Blueberry Hill's Duck Room started out with the mellow sounds of Alpenglow, setting the mood before Lucius took the stage.

Published in Music News
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