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The National – Terrible Love

Posted February 14, 2012 by Kevin

Happy Valen-times!  This is a great pitchfork.tv performance for both the scorned lover and the currently in love alike.  Enjoy!

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Sharon Van Etten: Serpents

Posted January 24, 2012 by Annie Wagner

Heartfelt without being overly earnest. Elegance wrapped in rasp and sorrow. Folkish undercurrents with deep introspection. Somehow simple, somehow plain, somehow pure… Like an arrow direct to your heart. Set to release her new album, “Tramp” in February, we’d like to feature the fantastic Sharon Van Etten. Here is “Serpents” and “Love You More.”

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POLIÇA – Wandering Star

Posted January 17, 2012 by Kevin

Gayngs was a surprise. Prince-loving indie supergroup who turned out to be legitimately funky? Who woulda thought. Polica furthers the group’s lineage with more material that just hits real smooth. Gayngs‘ Ryan Olson and singer Channy Casselle lead the group, Casselle front and center with her potently echoed voice riding over forward drums and driving bass. “Wandering […]

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Spiritualized – So Long You Pretty Things

Posted January 10, 2012 by Kevin

British space-rock greats Spiritualized, a band incapable of releasing a less-than-great album, will return in a few months with a new LP called Sweet Heart Sweet Light. The band spent two years recording the album in three different cities, and frontman J. Spaceman spent another year mixing it at home. In a statement, Spaceman says, “When […]

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Fleet Foxes – The Shrine / An Argument

Posted November 4, 2011 by Kevin

Fleet Foxes’ unpretentious, crowd-pleasing directness was the key to their rapid rise. Their Sun Giant EP and self-titled debut LP, both released in 2008, brimmed with inviting melodies, evocative lyrics, and open-armed harmonizing that seemed designed to reach a wide variety of listeners. Their bright folk-rock sound wasn’t exactly “cool,” but that was sort of the point– […]

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