MIDNIGHT MOVIES ON TOUR
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ARTIST: Midnight Movies on Tour DATE: 04-20-07 WRITER: Clara Druzgalski With the release of Midnight Movies’ lauded LP, Lion the Girl, lurking (April 24 on New Line Records), the quartet is poised to bring its haunting melodies to a city near you.The band’s 60s-inspired sounds will serve as a perfect aperitif to the Raveonette’s fuzzy noise pop, when the two journey up the West Coast together this June. But first, Midnight Movies will head out with art rockers Blonde Redhead...

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KINGS OF LEON ON TOUR
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ARTIST: Kings of Leon on Tour DATE: 04-20-07 WRITER: Clara Druzgalski PHOTO: Press McGee Kings of Leon’s new record, “BECAUSE OF THE TIMES,” has debuted at #25 on the Billboard Top 200, selling 41,919. This is the band’s biggest one-week of sales in America to date, and doubles their prior best week. Kings of Leon mania has also spread to other parts of the world, debuting at #1 in the UK and New Zealand, #3 in Ireland and #4 in...

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FEIST ON TOUR IN JUNE
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ARTIST: Feist on Tour in June DATE: 04-20-07 WRITER: Clara Druzgalski PHOTO: Press McGee Feist will hit the road this June in support of her stunning new release, The Reminder, in stores May 1st on CherryTree/Interscope. 6/8/07 – Northampton, MA @ Calvin Theatre + 6/9/07 – Boston, MA @ Berkelee Performance Center+ 6/11/07 – New York, NY @ Town Hall *Sold Out 6/12/07 – New York, NY @ Town Hall 6/13/07 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club + 6/14/07 –...

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With the release of Midnight Movies' lauded LP, Lion the Girl, lurking (April 24 on New Line Records), the quartet is poised to bring its haunting melodies to a city near you. The band's 60s-inspired sounds will serve as a perfect aperitif to the Raveonette's fuzzy noise pop, when the two journey up the West Coast together this June. But first, Midnight Movies will head out with art rockers Blonde Redhead for several supporting shows across the country. A hometown...

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Kings of Leon's new record, "BECAUSE OF THE TIMES," has debuted at #25 on the Billboard Top 200, selling 41,919. This is the band's biggest one-week of sales in America to date, and doubles their prior best week. Kings of Leon mania has also spread to other parts of the world, debuting at #1 in the UK and New Zealand, #3 in Ireland and #4 in Australia. Currently touring in England, the band is about to kick off their American...

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Feist will hit the road this June in support of her stunning new release, The Reminder, in stores May 1st on CherryTree/Interscope. 6/8/07 – Northampton, MA @ Calvin Theatre +6/9/07 – Boston, MA @ Berkelee Performance Center+6/11/07 – New York, NY @ Town Hall *Sold Out6/12/07 – New York, NY @ Town Hall6/13/07 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club +6/14/07 – Greensboro, NC @ Carolina Theatre +6/15/07 – Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse +6/17/07 – Bonaroo Music Festival6/19/07 – Chicago,...

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What's it called when you see something for the first time, and then you see that same thing or hear that same word something like seven times over the next week? Is there a name for that? That's really strange when that happens, but really when you think about it, that kind of thing is happening every second, we just don't know what the "thing" is that our ephemeral radar signals should be looking for. The point is that this...

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Thursday, 19 April 2007
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With bands like Tapes n’ Tapes that fizzled out almost as quickly as they caught ear last year, it’s difficult to be indie, ironic and straightforward at the same these days (unless you’re Art Brut). What The Hell Do I Know? is another EP ready to join this alt/indie pool, but it doesn’t mean Sufjan Stevens has to be the only one bringing the Illinois(e). Hailing from Bucks County, Pennsylvania, the four-piece that calls itself Illinois delivers an EP nothing...

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Wednesday, 18 April 2007
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So the saying goes, there's a first time for everything. This past Saturday night was my first time at a show alone. Not bad, just new. It left a lot of time for thumb-twiddling and eavesdropping. "It was at the Gibson Amphitheater and Genesis was there.""Genesis?""Yeah, man. Genesis. It was so loud I had to go to the bathroom and stuff my ears with tissue."And after a moment of awed, respectful silence the other dude humbly responded, "Gnarly." Sometimes when...

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Sunday, 15 April 2007
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You know who I had forgotten about until just now? The White Stripes. Sure, there was the Raconteurs album, but there was a concerted effort on the part of Jack White to make sure that wasn't a WS side project. So really, after five or six years of an almost continuous stream of White Stripes news, rumours and general malarkey, things have been quite quiet in their hand-breakin', twin fakin', real marryin', star datin' world. So Jack and Meg have...

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Thursday, 12 April 2007