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  • Lana Del Rey Shares "Brooklyn Baby"

    Jun 8

    In the weeks running up to Ultraviolence, Lana Del Rey has offered up a lot of new material: "West Coast", "Shades of Cool", and the title track have all surfaced. And now, she's delivered another one. It's called "Brooklyn Baby", and you can hear it below. Ultraviolence is out June 17 on Interscope/Polydor UK.

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  • Grimes Debuts Three New Songs, "David", "Sleepwalking", and "Go", at Governors Ball

    Jun 7

    Grimes debuted three new songs at her Governors Ball set last night, including (according to her twitter,) one song co-written by Blood Diamonds which was originally intended for Rihanna. According to Stereogum, the singer's new cuts are titled "David", "Sleepwalking", and "Go". Below, check out the setlist as reported by CoS, as well as footage of Grimes performing one of the new songs; it remains uncertain which of the three it was (Billboard, via Stereogum). Update: Billboard's video has now...

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  • Local/regional acts needed for 7/22 at Daisy Dukes in #Nashville TN: http://ow.ly/xKOyU #gigging #DIY...

    Jun 8

    Local/regional acts needed for 7/22 at Daisy Dukes in #Nashville TN: http://ow.ly/xKOyU #gigging #DIY #gigs4u

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  • The Strokes Play "One Way Trigger", Run Through Their Hits at Governors Ball

    Jun 8

    The Strokes played their first NYC show in three years at Governors Ball last night, and naturally, video from the performance has surfaced online. Watch them perform their Comedown Machine single "One Way Trigger" (which they only just debuted live during the shows leading up to Governors Ball), plus, of course, their older hits."One Way Trigger": "Machu Picchu": "Someday": "Last Nite": "New York City Cops": Watch the Strokes' video for "You Only Live Once":

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  • Arcade Fire Cover The Smiths' "London" in London

    Jun 7

    Photo by Ryan Muir One night after being jointed onstage by Echo and The Bunnymen's Ian McCulloch to do a cover of Echo & The Bunnymen's 1983 single "The Cutter", Arcade Fire performed their second consecutive concert at at London's Earls Court Exhibition Centre, supported by Lorde (sadly, Consequence of Sound reports no onstage collaborations between the two that evening). This time around, the band chose the Smiths' "London" for their regional cover. Above, via CoS, listen to...

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  • Bradford Cox, Black Lips' Jared Swilley, Laraaji Contribute "Funniest Sound" to "ROAM" Podcast

    Jun 7

    On New Year's Day this year, a bunch of musicians contributed found sounds to the "ROAM" podcast, which features a continuous series of collaged sounds. The latest installment of the podcast features Deerhunter/Atlas Sound's Bradford Cox, Black Lips' Jared Swilley, and Laraaji, who contributed to the new comedy-themed episode, "ROAM, Me Worry?". Their prompt was to contribute under two minutes of audio that could be classified as "the funniest sound you've ever heard". Cox sent in a...

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  • New all ages #livemusicvenue added to +Indie on the Move in #SLC UT - Alchemy Coffee. "Friendly neighborhood...

    Jun 7

    New all ages #livemusicvenue added to +Indie on the Move in #SLC UT - Alchemy Coffee. "Friendly neighborhood Coffee Shop serving a wide variety of perfectly roasted beans any way you like! We also have a delicious selection of Sandwiches, Salads, Soups, Pastries and Smoothies to choose from." Live music is held on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday nights starting at 7 PM, with Tuesdays being reserved for open mic. Acoustic, Americana, Blues, Folk, Jazz, S/S:...

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  • New all ages #livemusicvenue added to +Indie on the Move in Wilmington DE - Cheney's on the Pike. Live...

    Jun 7

    New all ages #livemusicvenue added to +Indie on the Move in Wilmington DE - Cheney's on the Pike. Live music is held on Friday nights only. While the venue primarily books cover/tribute bands, they are open to original acts as long as they can guarantee a decent crowd. Those underage are allowed in the restaurant until 11 PM, after which the venue becomes 21+. All genres welcome: http://ow.ly/xK8Ps Cheney's on the Pike

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  • New 21+ #livemusicvenue added to +Indie on the Move in Lyndhurst, NJ - Whiskey Cafe. Live music is held...

    Jun 7

    New 21+ #livemusicvenue added to +Indie on the Move in Lyndhurst, NJ - Whiskey Cafe. Live music is held on Saturday nights. Cover bands only: http://ow.ly/xK8TO Whiskey Cafe

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  • Local Alt Country, Folk, Indie acts needed for 7/25 at Le Voyeur in #Olympia WA: http://ow.ly/xK950 ...

    Jun 7

    Local Alt Country, Folk, Indie acts needed for 7/25 at Le Voyeur in #Olympia WA: http://ow.ly/xK950 #gigging #DIY #gigs4u

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