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Jane’s Addiction Added As Summer Camp Festival Headliner

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Jane's Addiction has been added as a headliner for the 2012 Summer Camp Music Festival.

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Wednesday Intermezzo: RIP Gerry Rafferty

We were saddened to learn yesterday of the death of Gerry Rafferty at the age of 63. While his name is most closely associated with the saxophone-rock-hit Baker Street, Rafferty also was a member of ...

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The B List: We Hardly Knew Ye – 10 Band Members with Short Tenures

For this week's B List, we look at ten musicians who were brought on to help existing bands through tough periods only to leave those  groups shortly thereafter. In most cases the reasons for the ...

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Friday Mix Tape: Six Summer Songs

This weekend marks the moment we’ve been waiting for since we said goodbye to summer last year, as we officially say hello to Summer ’09 (or the Summer Of Jam as we’re calling it around ...

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Monday’s Hors d’Oeuvres: Happy 4/20!!!

April 20th has long been considered a holiday for stoners, but the when and why as to how this specific date gained significance changes depending on who you talk to. Ryan Grim traces the origins ...

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Bloggy Goodness: Free NINJA EP

In anticipation of this summer's Jane's Addiction and Nine Inch Nails joint amphitheater tour, the two powerhouse alternative rock acts have launched a brand new website to get their fans ready for action. ...

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Leftovers: Wanee Returns In June

The Allman Brothers Band’s Wanee Festival usually takes place in April, so we thought perhaps they were taking the year off to focus on the Beacon run. Turns out they’ve just delayed it a few ...

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Intermezzo: The Return of Jane’s Addiction

Jane’s Addiction’s name was attached to three of yesterday’s biggest music news stories. First came word that the band’s 48 minute set at LA’s Echoplex on Monday was a scorcher. Then, Trent Reznor of Nine ...

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Friday’s Leftovers: Now Watch This!

This has been a busy week for seeing our favorite acts perform on late night TV. On Wednesday night, Radiohead visited Late Night with Conan O’Brien via satellite. Thom and the boys played House of ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo: Here Comes The ACL

We’ve finally reached the point of no return. That’s right, we’ve completely run out of jokes about the obscene amount of festival lineups that have been announced recently. So let’s just say that Beck, The ...

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Friday’s Leftovers: The Bass Of Doom

After nearly 20 years the holy grail of electric basses, Jaco Pastorius’ Bass of Doom, turned up in New York City recently. Bass Player Magazine’s Chris Jisi got to play the magnificent beast along with ...

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Hors d’Oeuvres: Malkmus Adds A Show

If you're like me and biffed the onsale for Steven Malkmus's previously announced NYC gigs at Bowery Ballroom and the Music Hall of Williamsburg, you'll get one more chance later today. Tickets go ...

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The B List: 10 Albums You Won’t Find on the Shelves of Purity at Wal-Mart (NSFW)

Artists have used nudity in their work since the days of the Greek Empire, so it's no surprise that a few rock bands have used images of the naked body on their album artwork. Some ...

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Monday’s Hors d’Oeuvres & Weekend Setlists

The speed with which tapers have been uploading shows online is mind-boggling. Last night's Phil & Friends set from Mountain Jam ended less than 10 hours ago, and already it's available from etree ...

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Pullin’ ‘Tubes: Stage Presence Edition

My roommate unearthed the ultimate Talking Heads stash recently — almost and entire show from Rome in 1980, with future King Crimson guitarist Adrian Belew sitting in with the band. It’s delicious, and you oughta ...

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