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Best Songs in Odd Time II Listen to the Noise Pop mix of pop songs in odd time signatures, featuring: Pavement, Radiohead, Kate Bush, The National, Arcade Fire and more. This week we are revisiting that juicy, albeit nerdy, topic of odd time
The success of their sophomore effort, 2011's Dye It Blonde , allowed the band to devote themselves entirely to music and go on tour. Wilco, and Yeasayer on the road and performing at festivals like Coachella and Bonnaroo. So it's not surprising that
The Wailers were, of course, the backing band for the best-known reggae artist of all time, Bob Marley and the group at one time included some other huge names, like Bunny Wailer and Peter Tosh. These days, the band is held down by Aston "Family Man"
Massachusetts shoe giants Converse are coming home and bringing some rock 'n' roll. The concert series celebrating the Boston music community and some sweet national bands kicks-off with shows on Wednesday, May 22 and Friday, May 24 at The Sinclair
How to watch Coachella from the comfort of your own home Watch Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Stone Roses, The Postal Service, Phoenix and more without getting a sun burn coachella Photo: coachella Jonathan Dekel Published: April 12, 2013, 3:27 pm
Arts NPR Film Mar 29, 2013 This French-Canadian family comedy, about a surprisingly potent sperm donor and his sprawling clan of offspring, could easily have descended into cheap gags...Featuring Vampire Weekend, Modest Mouse, Yeasayer, Bat for
Fauxchella Coachella Listen to the Noise Pop mix of music from the influx of bands playing San Francisco before they descend on Coachella. Featuring Vampire Weekend, Modest Mouse, Yeasayer, Bat for Lashes, Japandroids, and more. It's almost the time
Tuesday Jan 29, 2013 It may be known as the music festival for the cool kids, but at this year's Laneway there was something for everyone. It didn't matter that there was no mainstream crossover act like last year's headlining performance by Gotye.
Thousands of Aucklanders are expected to make the most of today's public holiday, flocking to the waterfront where more than 20 top local and international bands will play at St Jerome's Laneway Festival. This is the first time in its short New
There might be no richer musical irony than hearing Pulp play " Common People" onboard a luxury cruise liner. A Brit pop laceration of slumming art-school dilettantes performed to a room full of absolutely hammered music-biz wheeler-dealers en route