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Hopscotch 2018 lineup (Miguel, Grizzly Bear, Belle & Sebastian, MC50, more)

The lineup also includes Prince's backing band The Revolution, Thundercat, dvsn, Liz Phair, Waxahatchee, Gang Gang Dance, Body/Head, Grouper, U.S. Girls, Haliu Mergia, and more.

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Dinosaur Jr. at Brooklyn Bowl
Lou Barlow with Dinosaur Jr at Brooklyn Bowl in 2017 (more by Greg Cristman)
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Northside Fest 2018 adds Lou Barlow, Ringworm, Telefon Tel Aviv, Shamir, Bush Tetras, more

After announcing its initial schedule earlier this month, many more shows have been revealed for Brooklyn's 10th annual Northside Festival...

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Lost Weekend 2 at Cheer Up Charlies - Thursday
photo by Amanda M Hatfield
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Men I Trust touring with Belle and Sebastian, playing Northside 2018

Montreal indie pop outfit Men I Trust just wrapped up a March tour, and the band has just announced they'll soon be taking their light, dreamy grooves on another North American tour, with many shows opening for Belle and Sebastian...

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Northside Fest announces initial 2018 lineup

The intitial Northside Festival 2018 lineup includes Protomartyr and Deerhoof (who play BrooklynVegan's official Northside Showcase at Elsewhere), plus Ought, Flasher, Soccer Mommy, Dear Nora, Liz Phair, La Luz, Kississippi, Snail Mail, weaves, Caspian, Men I Trust, Common Holly, Empath, and more.

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‘Heathers’ TV series premieres in March (watch the first episode)

The anthology series adaptation of the classic 1988 pitch-black comedy premieres March 7. If you're going to SXSW, Pitchfork is throwing a Heathers day party with Kelela, Kevin Morby, Shamir, Andrew W.K., Porches, Ought, Snail Mail, Lucy Dacus and more.

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Common Holly
Photo credit: Sachyn Mital
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SXSW adds over 500 artists to 2018 lineup (Low, Hinds, Girl Ray, La Luz & more)

The 2018 edition of SXSW will be here before we know it (March 9-18 in Austin, TX) and they've just announced a whole bunch more artists, including Hinds, Girl Ray, La Luz, A Place to Bury Strangers, Common Holly, Corridor, Flasher, Lali Puna, Lomelda, Low, Max Richter, Ought, The Shacks, Sloppy Jane, Smokepurpp, Spinning Coin, U.S. Girls, Wyclef Jean, and tons more.

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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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Shame
photo by Guillaume Kerjean
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UK punks Shame on Dead Oceans, playing M for Montreal, 2 NYC shows & more

One of the talked-about bands at SXSW 2017 was South London punks Shame, who announced a few months after SXSW that they signed to Dead Oceans. They're returning to North America for a November tour...

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Ought at Market Hotel
photo by Amanda Hatfield
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Ought expand tour, playing Brooklyn before dates w/ Waxahatchee

The Montreal band also have dates with Austin's US Weekly before their tour with Waxahatchee.

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BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU: Playlist for August 9, 2017

This week's episode focuses on The Growlers Six festival with songs from Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Butthole Surfers, Danny Brown, Beach Fossils, The B-52s, Ariel Pink, Jonanthan Richman, Bad Brains, Beth Ditto and more.

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