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2 hrs ago | ChartAttack

10 Albums You Can Stream Right Now: Death From Above 1979, Interpol, Sloan and more

Who? MC Taylor's reissue of Bad Debt gave 2013 one of its best folk albums. Lateness of Dancers is the fuller bodied follow-up.


Related Topix: Death from Above 1979, Pop/Rock, Interpol

4 hrs ago | Ledbury Reporter

Mystery Jets took the headline spot at Rock the Farm festival on Sunday.

It was the first year that the boutique Rock the Farm festival, based on the site of Chase Distillery, opened to the public.


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4 hrs ago | RollingStone

Death From Above 1979 Stream New Album 'The Physical World'

Death from Above 1979 are now streaming The Physical World , their first album in 10 years, over on iTunes a week before its September 9th release.


Related Topix: Death from Above 1979, Music, Entertainment

5 hrs ago | Stereogum

Stream Death From Above 1979 The Physical World

It's been almost a decade since Death From Above 1979 released their seething, monstrous full-length debut You're A Woman, I'm A Machine .


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9 hrs ago | Daily Mail

David Arquette buys iconic Hollywood strip club Crazy Girls

Hot property: David Arquette 'buys iconic Hollywood strip club Crazy Girls with plans to turn it into an upscale burlesque venue' After enjoying success with some of Hollywood's hippest venues, he's now set to take over Tinseltown's most iconic strip club.


Related Topix: Scream, Horror Movies, Short, Thriller, Mystery Movies, The Girls, Celebrities, David Arquette

13 hrs ago | Newsday

My disabled festival diary

Music fan Eileen Hutchinson has rheumatoid arthritis but she was determined - with a bit of help, planning and the correct facilities - to live it up at this year's Leeds Festival.


Related Topix: The Kooks

Mon Sep 01, 2014

The Aiken Standard

Other views: Labor costs weighing down Postal Service

There is even more bad financial news for the U.S. Postal Service, according to a report recently released by the agency's Office of Inspector General.


Related Topix: The Postal Service, Weight Training, Fitness

The Stranger

Scene and Heard: Music News from the 206 and Beyond

This is very necessary: In the Red Records is doing a vinyl reissue of Boredom and Terror , the 2004 debut album by 2011 Stranger Genius Award winners the Intelligence .


Related Topix: Intelligence

Greenwich Citizen

Sean Penn's 'The Indian Runner' kicks off film series in Stamford

The Avon Theatre in downtown Stamford, Conn., again will play host to a free movie series run in collaboration with Sacred Heart University's Film and Television Masters Program.


Related Topix: Stamford, CT, Sacred Heart University, Drama Movies, Sometimes a Great Notion, Action Movies, Adventure, Paul Newman


11 Artists You Need To Know For The Rest Of 2014

Summer's unofficially over, but a variety of artists used the last few months to get their name out there.


Related Topix: Sigur Ros

Sun Aug 31, 2014

Sunday Herald

Music review

John Peel would have been 75 on Saturday. How fitting, then, that the East End Social - the community-engaged segment of the Glasgow 2014 cultural programme - climaxed that very day with so many direct links to the legendary DJ.


Sat Aug 30, 2014

Star Tribune

Bayport BBQ right up Memphis musician's alley

The Real-Phonic Radio Hour knows its roots-rock talent, so when organizers chose John Paul Keith, the Memphis guitarist and songwriter, to close out their 2013-14 season at the James J. Hill Center in St. Paul last spring, hopes were high.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Bar-B-Q, Memphis, St. Paul, MN

Fri Aug 29, 2014

Daily Mail

Is a rise in blue eyes because we find them attractive? Scientists...

Is a rise in blue eyes because we find them attractive? Scientists believe colour has usurped brown as most dominant because they are 'like the peacock's tail' All eyes in the country were once brown, but a study revealed they are now 48 per cent blue, 30 per cent green and 22 per cent brown.


Related Topix: Celebrities, Paul Newman

The Morning Call

Top 3 Pop: 'The Leftovers' finalem, album from The Kooks, 'Houdini' mini-series

Harry Houdini came from humble beginnings as an Eastern European immigrant named Erich Weiss.


Related Topix: The Kooks, Pop/Rock, Entertainment, Television

The Fresno Bee

Labor costs weighing down Postal Service

There is even more bad financial news for the U.S. Postal Service, according to a report released last week by the agency's Office of Inspector General.


Related Topix: The Postal Service, Fitness, Weight Training

Linn's Stamp News

USPS 2014 stamp yearbook pre-orders begin

A Circus souvenir sheet available only in the United States Postal Service's 2014 stamp yearbook will include designs similar to these two previous U.S. stamps.


Related Topix: The Postal Service

WXPN-FM Philadelphia

Download "Mother's Touch" by Maitland from a Key Studio Session

Maitland is singer, songwriter and guitarist Josh Hines. Originally from Williamsport, PA, Hines now calls Philly home.


Related Topix: Philadelphia, PA, Bright Eyes

Daily Mail

Why my dad was cinema's Mr Mean by Steve McQueen's son

On screen, Steve McQueen was the King of Cool. With his blond hair, blazing blue eyes and chiselled features, his face was more eloquent than any of the lines written for him in hit movies such as The Great Escape, Bullitt, Getaway and The Thomas Crown Affair.


Related Topix: Thriller, The Towering Inferno, Crime Movies, Drama Movies, Action Movies, Bullitt, Comedy Movies, The Thomas Crown Affair, Celebrities, Steve McQueen, Paul Newman

Thu Aug 28, 2014

Nashville Scene

Kiwi legends embark on a farewell tour - maybe

If ever a band could be described as "sneakily vital," it's The Clean. As the best-known export from New Zealand's esteemed Flying Nun record label, the Kiwi garage popsters became one of the more influential indie acts of the '80s - despite taking most of the decade off.


Related Topix: The Clean, Alternative, Pop/Rock, Yo la Tengo, New Zealand, World News

Gliceryn's Dirty Rock Fills The Hamptons

As Labor Day Weekend approaches, " Dirty Rock" is filling the beaches of the Hamptons.