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Ducktails: Something For Everyone

New Jersey native Matt Mondanile will be bringing his Brooklyn-based ambient pop project Ducktails to the Museum Of Modern Art for a show in the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden. Ducktails began in 200...

Bonzie: Rift Into The Secret Of Things

Bonzie is the stage name of Nina Ferraro, who plays guitar and sings her heart out on her debut full-length, Rift Into The Secret Of Things. When giving the eight tracks a blind listen, one important detail...
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Smith Westerns: Forward Progress

Dreamy indie band Smith Westerns are back to touring, this time in support of their third full-length, Soft Will, released on June 25. They returned to the studio weary from extensive touring, and the new album...
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Xavier Rudd: Bow Down

Though the international audience is familiar with the didgeridoo and other sounds of Aboriginal Australia, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Xavier Rudd brings new light to the culture of his homelan...
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Bombadil: Open To Interpretation

From the department of the charmingly absurd in Durham, North Carolina, come Bombadil, who are returning to touring after a three-year hiatus. They are now free of debilitating illnesses and are out in support ...
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Savages: Definitely Not Silent

Their debut LP, Silence Yourself, was met with critical acclaim, and now the ladies of Savages will be touring North America in support of the album in July. Loud, dark and edgy instrumentation, as well as thei...
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Midnight Faces: Spacey Sadness

Midnight Faces is the new venture of Matthew Doty, founding member of post-rock band Saxon Shore. The D.C.-based duo also features vocalist Philip Stancil, and their debut album, Fornication, was released on Ju...