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Members of Can will reunite as “the Can Project” for a special one-off show at London’s Barbican Hall in April, Pitchfork reports. Founding member Irmin Schmidt will premiere an orchestral… More »


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The soundtrack for Inherent Vice will be out on December 15th. Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood did the score for the Paul Thomas Anderson-directed film — they previously worked together on TheMore »


It’s that time of the year again, everybody! The best holiday of the year (yes, better than National Ferris Wheel Day AND Leif Erikson Day) has returned. I’ve been going… More »


Credit: Stephen Malkmus

This past weekend, Stephen Malkmus helped to celebrate the 40th anniversary one of his favorite albums, Can’s krautrock masterpiece Ege Bamyasi, by covering the album in full at Week-End Fest… More »


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Can – “Deadly Doris”

Credit: Can

In a couple of months, Mute will release The Lost Tapes, a three-CD set of unreleased tracks from krautrock greats Can. Below, we’ve got a stream of the absurdist time-spanning… More »


Credit: Nicole Atkins Covers Can

A couple months ago we posted the A-Side from the two-song “Vultures” 7″, Nicole Atkins’s first post-Columbia release for new label, Razor & Tie. At the time we mentioned it… More »


Even though there’s something sacred about time-honored traditions, there’s only so many years you and your beloveds can sit beside the Christmas tree and listen to Sufjan or “Last ChristmasMore »


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Kamaal plays the part of (well dressed) train car preacher in the clip for “Manwomanboogie,” one of The Renaissance’s many clip-worthy cuts. Overtop a track nodding to “Aspectacle” from Can’s… More »


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