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Video: Death Cab – I Will Possess Your Heart

Bellingham, WA’s Death Cab For Cutie brought their current tour to the Williamsburg Waterfront on Tuesday night, where our pal Sunil was on hand to capture some of the show. He shot a number of clips ...

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Pullin’ ‘Tubes: Death Cab’s Codes & Keys

Odds are Death Cab For Cutie would probably like to downplay the significance of the role The O.C. played in the explosion of their popularity leading them to sign with a major label. But prior ...

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Tour Dates: A Serving Of Hot Tuna

Back in 1969, Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady originally started Hot Tuna as a side project to play some live dates during Jefferson Airplane’s hiatus, as Grace Slick recovered from throat surgery. The band, who ...

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Sample Upcoming Releases: R.E.M. / Robbie Robertson / Strokes / Death Cab / Paul Simon

This year has already gotten off to a good start where studio albums from our favorite artists are concerned, but as we enter the third month of 2011 samples from a number of releases we've ...

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VH1 Storytellers 2011: MMJ, Ray LaMontagne, Kings of Leon, Death Cab & Cee Lo Green

VH1′s Storytellers series debuted in 1996 with the concept of letting artists share the stories behind their greatest songs – and those songs themselves – in an intimate setting. Over the past 15 years, legendary ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo: LCD Soundsystem

At a recent performance in New York City, LCD Soundsystem mastermind James Murphy asked fans not to leak the group’s new album, This Is Happening, and as if on cue the album turned up on ...

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Superfly Announces Slate of Jazzfest Gigs

As usual, Superfly Productions will present a series of concerts at a number of New Orleans venues during Jazzfest. The cleverly titled 2009 Superfly during Jazzfest concert series has just been announced. READ ...

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Monday’s Hors d’Oeuvres: Back to the Grind

Today marks the frst work day of 2009 for the majority of Americans and while we’re as unhappy as you are to get back to biz, we’ve got a full slate of posts planned to ...

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Bloggy Goodness: Welcome To ’09

We hope that you rang in 2009 with style last night. I spent mine with My Morning Jacket as they ripped the roof off the Garden with a monster three and half hour show that ...

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Tour Dates: Bridge School’d

A couple weeks back, we mentioned that Neil Young had announced the dates for the 22nd installment of the Bridge School Benefit. Now, we’ve got a line-up to share. The all-acoustic shows, which will take ...

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Neil Young Brings Wilco and DC4C On Tour

Let's mark down today as the official Day of the Mind-Blowing Double Bill. Not only was the Drive-By Truckers / The Hold Steady tour announced this afternoon, but we've also got official confirmation ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo: Condolences To Lori

If you’re a regular reader of Brooklyn Vegan or Prefix then odds are you’ve admired the stunning photography of Lori Baily. We’re sad to report that Lori’s parents were murdered in their Nebraska home this ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo: Bonnaroo @ Home

For those of us who aren’t going to be attending Bonnaroo in person, we’ve still got some options to check out the action live from Manchester. As usual, the AT&T Blue Room will offer a ...

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Wade’s World: DCFC @ The Jay Pritzker Pavilion

Not many bands get to play at The Jay Pritzker Pavilion at Millenium Park. The feat of architecture, designed by National Medal of Art winner Frank Gehry, is equipped with a state of the art ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo: Rhino Kills The Dead

A few weeks ago we told you about Carrie Brownstein’s Monitor Mix post calling out the Grateful Dead for asking NPR to write a piece on them in exchange for allowing Brownstein to use Friend ...

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