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Live Review: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Death From Above 1979 with Deap Vally at Showbox SoDo 10/20/16

“How about this?” Julie Edwards screamed from the drum set halfway through Deap Vally’s set, “Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and DFA 1979! This is the friggin’ rock n roll circus man!”. Edwards remark couldn’t be more true – truly, tonight’s sinfully good double feature is a match made in heaven. At first, the combination mightRead more…

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Live Review: Death From Above 1979 with Biblical at Neumos 11/19/14

Well, that was a long time coming, but I’ll be damned if that could have been any better than it was. Death From Above 1979 made a great record back in 2004 – like a really great record. You’re A Woman, I’m A Machine put DFA 1979 on the map like clockwork, feeding the bandRead more…

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Brooklyn band Parquet Courts have just released a split 7″ with their neighbors in Future Punx. Released as part of the Less Artists More Condos series through Famous Class, proceeds from the sale of the single go to benefit the Ariel Panero Memorial Fund at VH1 Save The Music. Stream the track “This Is HappeningRead more…

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Wednesday Music News

On the tour behind his new album Banks, Paul Banks made a stop on the Late Show with David Letterman to play the album track “Young Again” to an audience-less studio, courtesy of Hurricane Sandy. Although Letterman and his crew stuck around for the performance, it’s cooler to think that Paul was playing his isolatedRead more…

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Wednesday Music News

Another track from Bat For Lashes‘ forthcoming album The Haunted Man (out October 23rd through Parlophone/EMI) has surfaced online, and although it isn’t named for a woman like its predecessors “Laura” and “Marilyn”, “All Your Gold” is just as stunning. Listen to it below:

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Death From Above 1979 Live @ Sasquatch! 2011

Death From Above 1979‘s audio blitzkrieg is a storm of crunching bass riffs, furious drumming, and shrieking synths, and when the group disbanded in 2006, it broke the hearts of hardcore mosh-ravers everywhere. So it’s fitting that the banner behind them at their Sasquatch! 2011 reunion show depicted a cracked tombstone that read “RIP DFA1979Read more…

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Sasquatch! begins! Foo Fighters, Bob Mould, Death from Above, More!

We are live from Sasquatch! Music Festival this year, broadcasting from all four stages during the festival with NPR. You can listen to the live stream right now . Last night, Bob Mould, Death from Above 1979, and Foo Fighters performed, and Sharon Van Etten incited a round of “Happy Birthday” to celebrate the festival’sRead more…

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Death From Above 1979 Reunite, Cause Hipster Riot

Dance-punk duo Death From Above 1979 have already announced their reunion with shows at this year’s Coachella and Sasquatch! festivals, but they surprised everyone with an unannounced set at SXSW’s outdoor, tented stage at the Beauty Bar. The venue was already at capacity when they came onstage, but outside, fans gathered in an alleyway behindRead more…

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