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Joshua Tillman returns to the pseudonym of Father John Misty on his second album since his departure from Fleet Foxes, and this time he is ready to tell the world what his dark and cynical mind thinks about love.

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Thursday, 25 September 2014 09:50

Song of the Day: 'Wide Awake' by J Mascis

J Mascis, leader of heavy-rock band Dinosaur Jr., continues his acoustic explorations with the gorgeously harmonized and elegantly finger-picked "Wide Awake." The song may be unplugged but it's fully charged with electric imagination.

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Taking a few cues from Siouxsie Sioux, Los Angeles-based band Dum Dum Girls combines goth rock with dark dream pop to create the somber, hazy song "Under These Hands."

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New York City-based electro-pop band Hooray for Earth turns Chad VanGaalen’s eerily warped, experimental track into a synth-fueled, psychedelic, danceable tune in this new version of the artist’s song, “Where Are You?”

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Coming essay writer off of the Afghan Whigs' first new album in 16 years, "Matamoros" fuses an experimental, progressive-rock riff with whispering falsetto vocals to create a song that's both taunting and seductive.

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Thursday, 13 February 2014 10:40

Charting the Music: Dum Dum Girls, 'Too True'

With maximized studio production and a look to die for, Dum Dum Girls' "Too True" could promote founder Dee Dee Penny to popstar/sex symbol status.

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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.

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Since its self-titled release in 2009, Seattle's the Head and the Heart has earned the adoration of fans and critics alike for crafting vulnerable, indie-folk sing-alongs.

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It's been three years since Seattle's the Head and the Heart won over both with its self-titled debut. The folk-pop band is back with "Let's Be Still" this fall; lead single "Shake" has a bold, danceable but still deeply heartfelt sound.

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Friday, 16 August 2013 07:34

Song of the Day: 'Spun Out' by Obits

With a wash of surf tremolo, a militant march of bass and the angsty howl of Rick Froberg (sounding like a voice-blown Tom Verlaine), the new track "Spun Out" argues that Brooklyn, N.Y. band Obits is very much alive.

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