Con los terroristas! One problem with cool things is that, eventually, they catch on too widely, everyone starts copying them, and suddenly they’re not so cool anymore. The Harlem Shake is one of those things; it’s a super-inclusive, funtastic, deep-bass-driven party time — but at...
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Last week, we got our first listen of The Spinto Band’s new album Cool Cocoon. In support of the album’s release, the band’s posted a charming, stop-motion (and breakfast-inspired) video for “What I Love.” Check it out below. ...
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Our stretch of dry weather will come to an end today as a band of rain moves into Southwest Florida this afternoon, signaling the arrival of a cool front.
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It only takes a few seconds of any track from Austin’s Frank Smith to know that this outfit isn’t just one person, but a full-on rock band. The name is the result of frontman Aaron Sinclair’s quandary with a former band that discovered another group with the same band name. The new group spent a fair amount of time looking for a fresh, clever name and at some point decided...
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So here is the deal this week. Elykksor might not be a band,but they do some pretty cool things for Maine music. Last year was the first year of the Maine Music Hoodie featuring Maine artists Dave Gutter (Rustic Overtones, Paranoid Social Club), Spose, and Will Mallett (The Mallett Brothers ...
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I know very little about indie rock band The National. One of the few things about The National that I do know is that my lack of knowledge about them makes me uncool. As in, if I knew more about The National, I would immediately be perceived as cooler. (I remember falling for this trap with The Decemberists, pretending to be "into them" in an effort to gain credibility. It...
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A hot summer followed by a long winter and cool spring and, suddenly, the old homestead doesn't look quite so radiant anymore.
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ST. LOUIS - The members of Muse aren't ones to put themselves on pedestals. Not anymore, anyway.
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In the 1976 movie "Network," TV newscaster Howard Beal (Peter Finch) ranted, "I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to take it anymore!" Theater audiences were shocked but roared with laughter.
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Radiation City, the Portland band that has built a buzz around their blend of electronic sounds and straightforward vocals, gives a nod to the classics in this new cover of “Fly Me to the Moon” that the band is giving away as a free mp3. This unique take on the well-known track is the latest in a line of unconventional-yet-awesome moves by Radiation City. The band recently...
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