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PJ Harvey Returns with “Shaker Aamer”

After a two year silence, PJ Harvey has returned with a new single titled “Shaker Aamer”.  This is the first new material released by Harvey since 2011’s Let England Shake. The song is named after, and dedicated to, the British national imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay since 2002. The song is available for stream below.

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Those City Lights Release Active Child Cover of “Hanging On”

Those City Lights have released a cover track of Active Child’s “Hanging On”.  The band has transitioned from an instrumental outfit to including vocalist Ben Davy for this track. Download the track for free by heading over to the Those City Lights Facebook Page.

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Mike Doughty Announces All-Soul-Coughing-Songs Tour

Mike Doughty has confirmed a five-week, 32-city tour this fall, which will feature him and a new backing band performing exclusively songs by his former band, Soul Coughing. Doughty will perform songs from his new album of re-invented Soul Coughing tunes, as well as more songs that aren’t on the album. The new album will be released on September 17 by […]

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Placebo Reveal Tracklisting for Loud Like Love

Placebo have revealed the tracklisting for their upcoming 7th studio album, Loud Like Love.  Loud Like Love is slated for a September 16 release, with the lead single titled “Too Many Friends”. Loud Like Love Tracklist: Loud Like Love Scene of the Crime Too Many Friends Hold On to Me Rob the Bank A Million Little […]

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The Swing Set with Alex Cook Cover True Blood Theme Song “Bad Things”

Rat Pack-inspired big band The Swing Set with Alex Cook recently produced a cover of Jace Everett’s ”Bad Things,”  the theme song for the HBO vampire drama True Blood.  The single will be released in a joint effort with Washington, D.C.’s Molotov Theatre Group, a Grand Guignol style acting troupe. People who download “Bad Things” […]

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The Replacements to Play Three Riot Fests, First Shows in 22 Years

Rewind to July 4, 1991: in Chicago, the Replacements played what was then their final show.  For one of the most commercially successful alternative rock bands of the 1980s, it was a sad day for music and has only caused the fervor surrounding the band to only grow more over the years. Last fall, members […]

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First Listen: Nine Inch Nails – “Came Back Haunted”

Nine Inch Nails recently mentioned the release of a new single called “Came Back Haunted”, which premiered today.  The version has been labeled as the radio edit version. “Came Back Haunted” is the lead single to the upcoming album, Hesitation Marks, and is slated for a September 3 release date.

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OURS Announce Summer Tour Dates

New Jersey alternative rock outfit OURS will be on tour this summer supporting their latest album, Ballet the Boxer 1.  The band will be headlining the majority of the tour, but will be supporting Peter Murphy during the second half of July.  See tour dates below. In the meantime, check out a live performance of their […]

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Placebo to Release Loud Like Love September 16

English alternative rock band Placebo will release their 7th studio album this fall on September 16.  The 10 track album, titled Loud Like Love, was recorded in London at RAK Studios and was produced by Adam Noble. The album will be available in the following formats: 3D Lenticular Super Deluxe Box Set 10″ by 10″ 3D […]

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Peter Hook and The Light Announce US Tour Dates

Peter Hook announced today that he will embark on a US tour starting September 10 in Boston and wrapping up September 28 in Denver.  On the tour, Peter Hook & The Light will perform New Order’s first two albums, Movement and Power, Corruption & Lies, in their entirety as well as b-sides and singles that correspond with […]

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