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Allo Darlin’ breaking up, playing farewell show in London
Allo Darlin’ breaking up, playing farewell show in London
"As some of you may know, we now live in two different countries, and these days have enough children to at least field a five-a-side football team. Many years ago we took the decision that our friendship was more important to us than our ”career ”as a band. This meant that we didn’t tour relentlessly and didn’t let the music business get in the way of what brought us together in the first place: the joy of music and the thrill of playing with people you were lucky enough to call your friends."
Kyle Forester (Crystal Stilts/Ladybug Transistor) shares 2nd single/video from new solo LP, playing NYC shows (1 free)
Kyle Forester (Crystal Stilts/Ladybug Transistor) shares 2nd single/video from new solo LP, playing NYC shows (1 free)
Ladybug Transistor and Crystal Stilts keyboardist Kyle Forester will release his self-titled solo album in May and he's just released another song off it, "Didn't Try to Run Away." Kyle's got a way with the kind of lightly-strummed guitar pop ofter associated with the early '70s, and this is another good example of his talent...
The Chills playing first NYC show in 20 years at NYC Popfest (full lineup: Trashcan Sinatras, Primitives, Allo’ Darlin & more)
The Chills playing first NYC show in 20 years at NYC Popfest (full lineup: Trashcan Sinatras, Primitives, Allo’ Darlin & more)
This year marks the 10th edition of NYC Popfest which will happen May 19 - 22 at venues in Manhattan and Brooklyn. The lineup was just announced and the Popfest folks have really outdone themselves for this benchmarck year, with performances, Trash Can Sinatras, Allo' Darlin, '80s-era Factory Records band The Railway Children, Sarah Records labelmates Secret Shine, , and Even As We Speak, plus The Chesterfields, The Primitives, Alpaca Sports, Mercury Girls, The Hermit Crabs, Spook School, the live debut of Lake Ruth, and more...
stream roundup: Johnny Marr, Vashti Bunyan, Stevie Nicks, Peaking Lights, Speedy Ortiz, Weezer, Rancid, more
stream roundup: Johnny Marr, Vashti Bunyan, Stevie Nicks, Peaking Lights, Speedy Ortiz, Weezer, Rancid, more
Next week (October 7) is a pretty major album release week, which means a lot of major albums are streaming in full this week. We already posted full album streams from Zola Jesus, Godflesh, Iceage and Single Mothers, and here's a roundup of some of the other anticipated records coming out this Tuesday...

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