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The Shoe – I’m Okay
by Ted ChaseJuly 22, 2014
Actress Jena Malone's team-up with Brooklyn alt-composer Lem Jay Ignacio as The Shoe has produced a beautiful little project, I’m Okay.
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Pickathon 2014 Preview
by QROJuly 22, 2014
Portland became hipster-central long before Portlandia started airing, but even before that Oregon had its own great country-folk tradition. Merging the two is Pickathon, just south of Portland in Happy Valley, which welcomes artists from alt-hipster to backwoods-folk, Friday to Sunday, August 1st to 3rd.
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The Afghan Whigs
by Darren HodgkinsonJuly 22, 2014

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“And on the seventh day god created Manchester” - unknown

“And yet women – good women – frightened me because they eventually wanted your soul, and what was left of mine, I wanted to keep.” Charles Bukowski, ‘Women’

 

The Sermon according to Greg Dulli was delivered from the coolest live music venue in the United Kingdom, Manchester Cathedral, on the day of our lord 17th July 2014 A.D. We were told of titanic struggles, unfathomable conundrums and multitudinous confrontations, but the subject matter was and always is the constant duet of love and sex. Dulli’s religious platform is now agnostic, rather than the good catholic boy he was raised, which allows him free reign to explore the lyrical sub-genre that The Afghan Whigs seem to inhabit alone. For this lothario there are no whispering pleasant platitudes, sat on a grassy knoll on a warm July afternoon whilst gently kissing and caressing the one he loves; it’s more about, “She wants to love whilst he just wants to fuck.” The band [...]

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Marissa Nadler Concert Photo Gallery
by Ted ChaseJuly 22, 2014
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Hudson Project 2014 Recap
by Gloria LeeJuly 21, 2014
While it’s easy to point out all the things that went wrong with The Hudson Project, we have to admit that there were a lot of good things that happened too.
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Bob Mould – Beauty & Ruin
by Ted ChaseJuly 21, 2014
Bob Mould ages like fine wine.
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4Knots Festival 2014 Recap
by Ted ChaseJuly 19, 2014
The Village Voice delivered its best 4Knots.
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Gogol Bordello Concert Photo Gallery
by QROJuly 19, 2014
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Gorilla Biscuits & The Bouncing Souls
by Ted ChaseJuly 18, 2014
Punk rock hit House of Vans hard with Gorilla Biscuits & The Bouncing Souls.
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Protomartyr Seaport Concert Photo Gallery
by QROJuly 18, 2014
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The Polyphonic Spree Concert Photo Gallery
by QROJuly 17, 2014
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Jekylls Ruse – The Impulse
by Darren HodgkinsonJuly 17, 2014
The release of any band’s debut album is the defining line drawn in the sand, the moment when everything is laid bare for critical scrutiny.
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