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JDCMB: Friday historical-to-be: Barenboim and Argerich in duo

I was hunting for film of Daniel Barenboim playing Schubert, when I came across this trailer for a new release featuring him and Martha Argerich playing works for piano duet and two pianos. Schubert, Mozart and The Rite of Spring, no less, recorded live at the Philharmonie in Berlin. This isn't historical yet, but it's a history-worthy occasion.

Listen to IA Radio #7 on bloop: Glitterbug & Antepop

Listen back to our radio show on bloop, recorded on Monday 16th June. The two hour show features a guest mix from Glitterbug

Hooray For Earth – “Racy”

Lollapalooza is starting right now in Chicago, and Red Bull TV has done us all a solid by livestreaming as many of the performances as possible. Among the acts you’ll get to see live via three channels are OutKast, Arctic Monkeys, Lorde, Spoon, Chance The Rapper, Jenny Lewis, and Skrillex. Given that it is

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With Sugar City’s official grand opening weekend just around…

Hooray For Earth began as the work of one man, but it’s the wall of sound created by crashing drums and spacy guitars—the product of a truly collaborative effort—that makes their latest something special.​

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Hooray For Earth released the title track to their upcoming sophomore album, which will come out on July 29th via 

Hooray For Earth's forthcoming album Racy is being released next Tuesday,  July 29 (Dovecote).  Today the album is streaming via a Pitchfork "Advance." 

Video: Hooray For Earth, 'Keys'

Video: Hooray For Earth, ‘Keys’

NYC quartet Hooray For Earth are due to…

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Ab Juni 2011 machte der Name Hooray for Earth weltweit die Runde. Nicht etwa, weil es sich dabei um eine Greenpeace-Kampagne handelte, sondern weil sich die Indie-Szene in den USA und in Europa in die aus New York stammende Indie-Rock Band mit diesem Namen verliebt hatte, die seit 2006 aus den Aufnahmen von Sänger und Multi-Instrumentalist

Phonograph Blues: Lost & Found playlist for 7/3/14

Intro: "Monkey Island" - The J. Geils Band

Background music for the show: V/A - Studio One Dub

The Flirtations - "Nothing But a Heartache"
Edwin Starr - "Twenty-five Miles"

We couldn’t describe Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires‘ recent Sub Pop debut any better than label co-founder Jonathan Poneman himself, who claims in his own press release for the album, “

Hall of the Mountain King: Review: Quiet Riot, "10"

Quiet Riot’s first album since the death of frontman Kevin DuBrow arrived recently with little fanfare or, really, even any warning for fans.

First thing’s first, and that’s the rant that you knew was coming. Drummer Frankie Banali is the only remaining member from the band’s classic

The Commonwealth Games are a mini-Olympics held every four years between the countries in the British Commonwealth, including England, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scotland, Northern Ireland and a number of countries in Africa and the Caribbean.

Another of those strange retrospective programs. This one featuring the talents of The Faces.

The Faces - Stay With Me (Warner Bros.)

The Small Faces - All Or Nothing (Decca)

Intronaut to Celebrate Their Tenth Anniversary in the Best Way Possible

Intronaut are entering double digits! Wow, time passes so fast. It seems like just yesterday that the band was only learning to walk and talk and go poopy in the potty. Before you know it, Intronaut will be old enough to legally drink!

After pulling double duty with Cloudkicker this year in support of Tesseract

INTRONAUT will hit the road again after a short break and their recent tour with TesseracT. The band has been on the road in support of their current album Habitual Levitations ever since its release on Century Media in March of 2013. This special run of shows is in celebration of the band's 10 year anniversary!

15 Can't Miss Acts at HARD Summer 2014

The 7th annual HARD SUMMER is officially sold out, and why wouldn’t it be?  It has a stacked lineup of headliners including Tie…

Rudimental rose to the occasion as secret guests for Latitude 2014. 

The Mercury Prize-nominees and BRITs winners played before Editors and after Crystal Fighters on the main stage, bringing debut ‘Home’ to a fevered crowd.

The team from ARIA has given us a snapshot into the music buying habits of us Aussies with a look at the top 100 singles and albums of 2014 to June 30, with the Mid-Year Top 100 charts officially revealed today.

Eli Young Band Rock Out With 'Dust' on 'Letterman'

Grammy-nominated country rockers Eli Young Band hit up ‘The Late Show With David Letterman’ on Tuesday night (July 22), bringing with them their latest rising single, ‘Dust.’

Plenty of the musical performances on last night's round of talk shows are worth another look -- beginning with a Jamaican artist making his U.S. television premiere.

2014′s Best Music Videos (So Far) [Cream Rises]

In a year that has seen plenty of standouts within the musical spectrum, it would be easy to look past the array of exceptional videos to also be released. Whether it was a chill nod to the female figure courtesy of

July is over, and you know what that means—we’re one month out from the bicoastal debut of

Flume has been working his way across the states for Mad Decents Block Parties with a notable stop in Fort Lauderdale with what looks like a new one being captured by a keen audience member.

Intronaut to Celebrate Their Tenth Anniversary in the Best Way Possible

Intronaut are entering double digits! Wow, time passes so fast. It seems like just yesterday that the band was only learning to walk and talk and go poopy in the potty. Before you know it, Intronaut will be old enough to legally drink!

After pulling double duty with Cloudkicker this year in support of Tesseract

INTRONAUT will hit the road again after a short break and their recent tour with TesseracT. The band has been on the road in support of their current album Habitual Levitations ever since its release on Century Media in March of 2013. This special run of shows is in celebration of the band's 10 year anniversary!

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Beyonce Disses Jay Z In New Song With Nicki Minaj? Says Marriage Is Not Perfect’

Beyonce has apparently exposed the trouble in her marriage by unleashing some serious shade on Jay Z in a new song that she and Nicki Minaj have worked on, according to a new report.

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Producer Boi-1da cracks the vault and scores the first single from Bizzy Crook’s upcoming player,

Directed by Scott Emo. Produced by Oddz N Endz.

Twista switches things up a bit and delivers a visual for “Got Away”, a bonus track from his forthcoming Dark Horse LP. If you’ve ever lost someone, this one’s for you.

The Great Void releasing an LP ft. Twin Shadow, Autre Ne Veut, Neon Indian mems (watch a video), playing Cameo

The Great Void is the moniker of Brooklyn musician Josh Ascalon, who has some pretty talented friends in the area such as

Wednesday’s show lineup:

► Seattle hip-hop collective Shabazz Palaces [see "Forerunner Foray"

WKNC 88.1 FM CHARTS July 29, 2014

WKNC Radio 200

1—A SUNNY DAY IN GLASGOW—Sea When Absent—Lefse

2—TOTAL CONTROL—Typical System—Iron Lung

3—PARQUET COURTS—Sunbathing Animal—What’s Your Rupture?

First Look: “Look Up” Daley’s Rise (Video Premiere)

We’ve been keeping a close watch on this performer since his Top 40 Gorillaz hit, “ Doncamatic,” some four years ago. We also raved over Daley’s EP debut,

Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse” Is The Most-Watched Music Video Of 2014

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Katy Perry‘s blockbuster “Dark Horse”

Engaging fans is nothing new to Steve Aoki; it’s practically the name of his game. Known to best engage his audiences in live settings, he’s now taking a similar approach (sans cake) with the launch of his new SiriusXM radio show. The weekly broadcast dubbed 

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[Content Note: Misogynoir; domestic violence; guns] This week is the Standing Our Ground Week of Action