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  1. Must have beauty items for Coachella and other music festivalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2014 |

    ... however, this year fest goers will pay $10 single day admission or $18 for a weekend pass. Atlanta welcomed a new indie-rock style music festival to town last year, the Shaky Knees Festival created by a local concert promoter by the name of Tim ...


  2. The WilliesSUPER Tuesday? Super for Whom?Read the original story

    Mar 6, 2012 | American Reporter

    What are you talking about? I said. We were sitting in a writer's bar called, predictably enough, First Edition.


  3. Video Archive: Low - "Fear"Read the original story

    Wednesday | Perfect Duluth Day

    Ten years ago Starfire posted this video he made for the Low song "Fear," from the 1994 album I Could Live in Hope . The video was produced as part of the Crash Ballet Contest put on by Coudal Partners, a design, advertising and interactive studio in Chicago.


  4. PREMIERE: My Brightest Diamond plays "Lover Killer" live...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | ChartAttack

    My Brightest Diamond , This Is My Hand , takes her rhythmic art pop and dresses it up with marching bands and communal singalong melodies. For this Paper Bag Session, recorded live at The Drake in Toronto, she strips the brass band flourishes of "Lover Killer" back down into a skittering, handclapped piece of bouncy indie pop that shows off her joyous vocals and, more importantly, the song's lyrics.


  5. David Bazan + Passenger String Quartet's show canceled at WorkPlay soundstage in BirminghamRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Alabama Live

    The show, set for 8 p.m. Oct. 23 at the WorkPlay soundstage, has been canceled. "Unforeseen circumstances" are to blame, according to the WorkPlay website .


  6. Beauty Pill's First LP in 11 Years: "The Album Is Saturated With Details, With Color"Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | City Paper

    When Beauty Pill holed up in summer 2011 in a converted recording studio in Rosslyn's Artisphere arts center, one of the tracks the band honed and recorded was " Near Miss Stories ," a haunting, spindly song that addresses a heart infection that almost killed the experimental pop group's frontman, Chad Clark , in 2007 . The sessions helped bring Beauty Pill out of hibernation, first by allowing passersby to observe the six members as they made their first full-length since 2004, and several months later when the band presented nine of those recordings in surround sound as a kind of album-as-art-installation .


  7. With The Books, Nick Zammuto made new, revelatory music; solo, is it fair to expect the same?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Independent Weekly

    Zammuto with Barnaby Bright Wed., Oct. 29, 9 p.m. $10$12 The Pinhook, 117 W. Main St., Durham 919-667-1100 s it copacetic to ask someone to create something from nothing for a second time - in one lifetime, in one career, in just more than a decade, no less? That's the predicament of Nick Zammuto, formerly one half of the mystifying and mesmerizing electronica duo The Books. In the two years since The Books split their spine, Zammuto has issued a pair of solo albums that not only break from his past but also make you miss it.


  8. Record label rundownRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2014 |

    ... label, founded by a group of young dudes obsessed by the local music in their college town, grew from '90s upstart to indie music behemoth. Now a conglomeration of four labels, plus distribution and manufacturing arms, the Secretly Label Group ...


  9. Everett Post Office awaits new forwarding addressRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | HeraldNet

    The main post office in Everett is a bit closer to moving, although a date still has not been set. A sign listing the building for sale recently went up, and the U.S. Postal Service is looking for a smaller space to serve as the city's main facility.


  10. Kimbra's New Album is a Personal Galaxy of Tripped Out SoundRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | OC Weekly

    ... exposes her willingness to pursue the unexpected, and while it runs the risk of alienating fans that revere her as an indie princess, it shows a tremendous amount of creativity on Kimbra's part. If her upcoming, sold-out show at The Observatory is ...


  11. Like Minded Moon on the rise at SPURead the original story

    Wednesday | The Falcon

    ... fun groovy collaborative music," Winkler says. "I remember coming here as a freshman and hearing The Cellar Door (an indie band of SPU grads) and realizing that here, everyone is willing to come together and jam." Winkler has been involved in ...


  12. Southside Desire Welcome New Life on Second AlbumRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | City Pages

    ... and a Milky Way mural begging to be a backdrop for outer space adventures. Fortunately, the members of the Minneapolis indie-soul sextet are undaunted by working their gigs around impending parenthood. Since their self-titled second album began ...


  13. Post Office Set To Deliver Packages on SundayRead the original story

    Wednesday | Cudahy

    Please Keep Carriers Safe as they make their rounds Cudahy WI - Don't be surprised to see a letter carrier on your front door step on a Sunday. Because of increased package growth, the Cudahy Postal Service will start delivering packages on 26 Nov 2014.


  14. Forwarding address: Everett P.O. waiting to moveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | HeraldNet

    The main post office in Everett is a bit closer to moving, although a date still has not been set. A sign listing the building for sale recently went up, and the U.S. Postal Service is looking for a smaller space to serve as the city's main facility.


  15. In Recently Released YouTube Video Indie Author Marianne Sciucco...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | PRWeb

    ... experience, to show others who may not be as familiar with the sport how much fun it is, and how hard these kids work. Indie author Marianne Sciucco recently released a new YouTube video in which she talks about the inspiration for her high school ...


  16. Canadian rockers are backRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Evening Times

    IT'S an age-old story - a band slogs away for years, finally finds success and then falls apart under the pressure of it all. That's what happened to Canadian rockers Death From Above 1979, who fell out spectacularly in 2006 after relentless touring.


  17. Wyoming Coalition for the Homeless to Recover After Financial StruggleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KGWN

    The Wyoming Coalition for the Homeless has major obstacles to overcome. Rachel Bennett, Director of the Coalition for Homeless says, "We are disappointed.


  18. Tennis' Patrick Riley on 'Ritual In Repeat' & working with Patrick Carney againRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday |

    Tennis is no ball game but the moniker of Denver couple Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley. The musical couple is best known for sailing along the Eastern Seaboard and releasing the lo-fi indie gem " Cape Dory " based on their odyssey.


  19. In Rotation: Ralph Rivera of Not Normal Tapes on the bulb that never dims at Light in the AtticRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Chicago Reader

    The Radio Dept., Passive Aggressive: Singles 2002-2010 Overcast skies and dropping temperatures mean seasonal depression looms - and what better to pair it with than fuzzy, ambient dream pop from Sweden, one of the planet's most seasonally depressed countries. This collection of the Radio Dept.'


  20. Acclaimed directors, Oscar contenders and street scenes highlight Houston Cinema Arts Festival lineupRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | CultureMap

    Two directors of acclaimed films and Broadway musicals with contrasting styles will headline the sixth annual Houston Cinema Arts Festival , organizers announced at a launch party at the Sam Houston Hotel Tuesday night. James Ivory , whose much praised drawing room films include Room With a View and Howard's End , will receive the festival's Levantine Cinema Award on Nov. 14, where he will showcase his newest film, City of Your Final Destination.