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’15 Aug 13 Thu
Thursday 13th August
by Andrew Sacher
Philly's Lithuania is another band of Eric Slick of Dr. Dog, but they're nothing like that band. Eric collaborated with Dominic Angelella (also of DRGN KING) to make the kind of crunchy, fuzzy rock that's closer to Weezer or indie rock's recent flirtations with pop punk and emo. The album was produced by Hop Along's Joe Reinhart and Thin Lips' Kyle Pulley, and Hop Along singer Frances Quinlan makes an appearance on the album's title track, "Hardcore Friends," along with Field Mouse singer Rachel Browne. The album comes out August 14 via Lame-O Records (pre-order physical or digital), and a full stream premieres below.
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’15 Aug 5 Wed
Wednesday 5th August
The blues-punk power trio Jon Spencer Blues Explosion never disperse from the scene for long, and they regrouped earlier this year for their 10th album Freedom Tower – No Wave Dance Party 2015. These rock veterans know how to embody the grimy chaos and glory days of old-school New York, and their latest video, directed […]
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Featuring Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Slash, Joe Walsh, and many more.
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’15 Jul 24 Fri
Friday 24th July
Joe Satriani is joined by a crack band on this album, but it also features some of his most emotive and brilliant playing in 26 years.
Fifteen studio albums into his career, you could forgive Joe Satriani for making a bad record every now and again, but the Long Island native remains one of those rare players/composers who never disappoints. Not only is he prone to never playing beneath his talents, but he also seems incapable of repeating himself. Shockwave Supernova finds Satriani working in a more stripped-down format with much of his playing sounding raw and direct: cable, fingers, guitar,…
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’15 Jul 23 Thu
Thursday 23rd July
Hear the New Orleans quintet play J.J. Cale and Joe Tex covers, along with a new original.
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Mr. Carson, a Grammy-winning songwriter, also wrote “The Letter,” a hit for the Box Tops and Joe Cocker.
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’15 Jul 21 Tue
Tuesday 21st July
In a world that includes Joe Dirt 2, an upcoming Monopoly movie and all sorts of other tasteless depravity, it's easy to think that Hollywood has run out of bad ideas. Then, we're treated to some wonderful news like this: Sony Pictures is working on a new emoji movie. It's worth noting that the company is not exactly very good at the internet, but they'll still try to reach some of those smartphone-obsessed millennials with a new film from their animation studio. As Deadline reports, Sony beat out two other studios to obtain the various smiley faces and weird, pixellated...
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