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New Release – Yann Tiersen, All – Feb. 15

Over the course of his extensive career, French musician Yann Tiersen has just about done it all. He has nearly 10 studio albums to his credit, a couple of singles and EPs, two DVDs, and an impressive roster of collaborations. You’ll probably know him best as the man behind the haunting, playful, feather-light yet substantial…
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New Album – Muse, ‘Simulation Theory’ (released Nov. 9)

On Nov. 9, English rock band and what-the-hell-was-that specialists Muse released Simulation Theory, their eighth studio album, and the record is an extraordinary sound. Muse has always been a weird, and often beautiful, proposition: a big-riffed bunch of space opera specialists who hit greatness early in their career (you won’t find many third albums as…
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New Release, The Joy Formidable, ‘AAARTH’

The Joy Formidable have quietly been building a reputation since their first release almost a decade ago, 2009’s A Balloon Called Moaning EP. Hailing from the small town of Mold (really) in North Wales, they brought their combination of blues-driven, straight-from-the-gut and off-kilter indie rock to SF’s The Independent on Friday. The show was scheduled…
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New Release: mewithoutYou, [Untitled]

mewithoutYou. They might seem beset by the most hipsterish of affectations – yes, the capitalization is precise, yes, they really do eschew melody for a sort of mad free-associative sprint around the dictionary, and yes, their new album really is called [Untitled] (crucially contrasted with a limited release of the same tracks, an EP called…
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New Album – Thrice, ‘Palms’

Twenty years and 10 albums into a career that has crossed boundaries, California’s Thrice are back with Palms, their second post-hiatus long player. There’s something special about Thrice: moving from barely-tuned punk (1998’s Identity Crisis) to scene-seizing hardcore (2002’s The Illusion of Safety), through one of the only exciting mature albums to emerge from the…
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New Album – ‘Jake Shears’ by Jake Shears

Jake Shears has been a rocket-charged presence in popular music for (amazingly) more than 15 years now. The Scissor Sisters co-founder has released four albums with New York’s premiere nu-disco electro-clash beauties, and starred on Broadway in the adaptation of Kinky Boots. Last week, on August 10th, Shears kept the tempo high with the release…
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Sofi Tukker Releases New Single ‘Good Time Girl’

Sofi Tukker just shared their new music video for the single “Good Time Girl” featuring Charlie Barker. The video features the gang indulging in simple pleasures while floating down the river on Charlie’s London houseboat. About the video Sofi Tukker said, “This is a really personal, tongue-in-cheek song about navigating this nebulous thing called a ‘casual relationship.'”…
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Raja Kumari Releases New Single ‘I Did It’

Raja Kumari releases her new single today, “I Did It”. Says the artist about the new song: “I have always had to Fight for my art. Instinct, Faith and Perseverance have been my greatest weapons. ‘I Did It’ is an anthem written to remind myself that I can do anything that I set my intention…
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The Artisanals Set to Play the Hotel Utah in July

The Artisanals are set to release their self-titled debut album on September 21. In anticipation of the release, the Americana band that’s heavily influenced by artists like Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen are set to play the Hotel Utah on July 12. To help promote the new LP they’ll be releasing the first single off of…
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