Cults at Subterranean on July 26, 2013

written by: Elyssa Czynski on July 27, 2013

Cults has maintained some of their hype since their initial debut, and unfortunately was a little disappointing when performing at Subterranean on July 26.

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Mother Mother at Reggie’s Rock Club on July 10, 2013

written by: Taylor Brennan on July 11, 2013

How do people know Mother Mother? They are a Canadian rock band from Vancouver with little to no airplay in the United States. The band just completed a tour opening for on-the-rise rockers AWOLNATION, but is that enough to justify a headlining set in a decent sized room in a not-so-easy-to-get-to part of town? These […]

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An Indie Rock Game of Thrones

written by: Tyler Remmert on July 4, 2013

With a scene as focused on finding the next sound, it’s a wonder The Hold Steady and The National still command any attention whatsoever. “The Bear and the Maiden Fair” and “Rains of Castamere” are signs of their age catching up to them, if not so much in qualitative degradation as marketability fatigue.

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The Time Is Now For Hemmingbirds

written by: Craig Bechtel on July 3, 2013

The title for The Vines of Age was taken from the song “Vineyards,” and Yoo Soo Kim says “it encompasses the album pretty well.”

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Bling Ring.

Put a Bling Ring on It

written by: Leah Pickett on July 1, 2013

Even when Sofia Coppola’s latest film feels cheap and lackluster, the music still shines.

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Q&A: Josh Rouse

written by: Boris Hartl on June 26, 2013

“Maybe I’ve been doing this long enough that it’s second nature.”

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Playing Summer to the Beat

written by: Shannon Shreibak on June 25, 2013

We know it’s hot outside, but summer music can be cooool. Whether you want to beat the heat by singing along beside a campfire or lounging on the beach, there’s a song for you. (Specifically, eight of them.)

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