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Friday Music News

Cold Cave, aka Wes Eisold, has shared a new song, “Don’t Blow Up the Moon.” It’s a melancholy, electric song that serves as the B side to the previously released “Nausea, The Earth, and Me.” Eisold has said that his third album should be out sometime next year. [Stereogum]

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Tuesday Music News

Low are back with the less Tweedy influenced track “So Blue” from their upcoming album, The Invisible Way. Building to a humble intensity with piano and guitar alike, the track demonstrates that they’re still creating moving slowcore/indie music and not just slow music. Their album will be out March 13th via Sub Pop. [Spin] Folk-rock band The Cave SingersRead more…

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Song of the Day: Absolute Monarchs – Attack

Every Monday through Friday, we deliver a different song as part of our Song of the Daypodcast subscription. This podcast features exclusive KEXP in-studio performances, unreleased tracks, and recordings from independent artists that our DJs think you should hear. Each and every Friday we offer songs by local artists. Today’s selection, Today’s selection, featured on theRead more…

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Live at the Capitol Hill Block Party: Saturday

Whereas Friday at the 2011 Capitol Hill Block Party was for me mostly about being mellow and dropping in on whatever sounded good, Saturday was a day of challenges: so many bands I knew I wanted to check out, scheduled one on top of the next. That blessing-and-curse combination is the hallmark of a goodRead more…

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Live Reveiw: The Kills with Cold Cave, The Entrance Band @ Showbox at the Market, 5/9

I’ve always been a fan of The Kills. Before Monday, however, I had never seen them in concert and I was curious as to how their music would translate live with only two people on stage, neither of whom would be a drummer. I did not lack faith in the awesomeness of the show IRead more…

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Out This Week 4/5

Spring is in the air, but you might not know it if you either looked outside or listened to this week’s new releases. That’s not to say there’s not a lot of great stuff hitting record store shelves today. In fact, there’s plenty to chose from. It’s just that, well, many of the week’s recommendedRead more…

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Thursday News Roundup

Speculators can stop speculating, rumorers can stop… rumorer-ing, Coachella has finally announced the lineup for the 2011 festival…and it’s gonna be a good one! Kings of Leon, Arcade Fire, The Strokes, and Kanye West will be headlining, and the rest of the lineup is stocked full of the past year’s musical movers and shakers, includingRead more…

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Out This Week 11/3

Happy Election Day, everybody! Though we may not be electing the big guns (so to speak) today, it’s important to remember that often the most work gets done at a local level, so get out there, cast your vote and effect change! In the spirit of free choice, we collect samples from each week’s newRead more…

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