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Ages And Ages: Choral Reefs

Portland seven-piece Ages And Ages are touring in promotion of the release of their second full-length, Divisionary. A rock band known for having vocal duties covered by all of its members, they combine the ton...
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JD Samson & MEN: Simply Ridiculous

JD Samson & MEN, known for their shows that are a combination of electro-punk and performance art, will be playing The Jewish Museum on March 27. Featuring JD Samson of Le Tigre fame, the band released thei...

Davidge: Slo Light

Neil Davidge is a Bristolian producer, songwriter, composer, and occasional vocalist. He is best known for his production and writing work for British group Massive Attack, as well as his soundtracking for ...

Aloud: It’s Got To Be Now

It’s Got To Be Now is the kind of album that proves just how annoying the word “indie” is as a description of genre. While the necessity to differentiate the independent bands/labels from the habits of thei...
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Grouplove: Cross-Continental Gossip

New York indie band Grouplove began their 2014 North American tour earlier this month, and will bring it home on March 26 and 27, performing at Terminal 5 with support from MS MR and Alex Winston both nights. T...
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Diane Cluck: Back From The Dead

Influential neo-folk singer-songwriter Diane Cluck released her seventh full-length, Boneset, on March 4. Out on Important Records, it is her first full-length release in eight years, her last being 2006’s Moto...

Nina Persson: Animal Heart

Animal Heart is the first solo LP by Nina Persson, best known as lead vocalist and lyricist for Swedish indie pop band The Cardigans. The album opens with “Animal Heart,” a track that has a sort of ‘80s ...

HeadShy: La Belle Epoque

The members of Austin-based band HeadShy have an affinity for the way sound and smell interact with each other, and have carefully crafted their debut full-length around that idea. La Belle Epoque is a set ...