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Ought prep first LP for Merge, share “These 3 Things,” touring w/ Flasher in 2018

Ought have signed to Merge and will release their new album, Room Inside the World, via the label on February 16. The Montreal band made the record at Brooklyn's Rare Book Room and cite Eno, Stereolab and Mekons as influences here...

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Protomartyr wrapped up their tour in Brooklyn (pics, setlist, review)

They played the lion's share of new album Relatives in Descent and, as good as that record is (and it's very good), songs like "Here is the Thing," "Windsor Hum," and "Male Plague" are even better, darker and more intense live.

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Protomartyr sign to Domino, prep new LP (stream “A Private Understanding”)

Protomartyr have also expanded their fall tour dates to include dates with DC's Flasher.

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Flasher (ft. Taylor from Priests) releasing new 7″ on Sister Polygon (listen), touring

DC trio Flasher, who are led by Taylor Mulitz of Priests, have a new 7" single out May 7 via Sister Polygon. Both sides are pretty great...

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Ted Leo, Priests, Waxahatchee & more played Inauguration Night protest show in DC (pics, review)

Priests frontwoman Katie Alice Greer organized a sold-out anti-inauguration show, with a lineup that easily beat Trump's own, called "NO THANKS: A Night of Anti-Fascist Sound Resistance in the Capital of the USA" at DC's Black Cat last Friday (1/20)...

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The National, Sleater-Kinney, Ted Leo, Tig Notaro & more playing official Women’s March afterparty benefit in DC

Plus: we round up other Inauguration Week protest shows happening in DC this week.

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Priests share “Nothing Feels Natural,” playing protest show in DC the night of inauguration w/ Waxahatchee & more

DC band Priests have shared the title track from their new album Nothing Feels Natural. Arguably the best song on the album, it's brooding and wiry but also pretty with singer Katie Alice Greer showing a more subtle vocal style...

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Priests playing Alphaville this week with Pill & more; Flasher released debut (listen), touring around SXSW

Priests are gearing up for a busy 2017, releasing their exellent new LP Nothing Feels Natural on January 27 and then heading out on tour, starting in NYC at Brooklyn Night Bazaar on January 28 (tickets). You can also catch them in Brooklyn this week, as it's just been announced they're playing Alphaville...

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Sad13 (Sadie Dupuis) tells us her favorite LPs of 2016 ++ win tix to Brooklyn show

Speedy Ortiz singer/guitarist Sadie Dupuis released Slugger, her enjoyable solo debut as Sad13 earlier this year and if you haven't checked that out yet you can stream it below...

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Parquet Courts, Lee Ranaldo & more played Knockdown Center (pics)

Parquet Courts' threw quite a holiday party, complete with a crowdsurfing Douglas Fir.

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