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Sasquatch! took place over four nights this Memorial Day Weekend. The Washington Festival included some very anticipated shows, including Wolf Parade's next to last show, new tracks from Modest…   Read Story »
Alternet.com has given Das Racist's hyperactive Himanshu Suri space to unleash a straight think piece titled "Post 9/11 All Over Again," on the race-related hatred he encountered on the internet the…   Read Story »
On the last night of SXSW there were riots at Death From Above 1979's "secret" show, there was Kanye and the G.O.O.D. roster and Jay-Z electrifying a converted power plant, and there was our Last…   Read Story »
Come March every year, the same questions are asked, retreaded thought pieces get pitched: What does it mean to have a music industry festival in the decrepit climate of 2011? Does anyone actually…   Read Story »
In addition to eating tacos, we're doing a couple of unofficial shows at SXSW 2011. We announced our FREE all day/all night Beerland collaboration with Sacred Bones & Chaos In Tejas on Thursday. To…   Read Story »
NYC-based label Mishka just released their lookbook for Spring 2011, and as with past lookbooks they recruited their favorite bands to model. Included in this year's roundup are Das Racist (the label…   Read Story »
Here's a quick stopgap track from the Das Racist crew, whose mixtape muscle flexed from from Dudes II Men last year, and are some number of tracks into their proper full-length debut apparently…   Read Story »
The Dismemberment Plan have always covered songs at their shows -- medleys and non-sequiturs and riffs that take place at the finale. Things haven't changed much for their current reunion tour: On…   Read Story »
Das Racist posted an apology to their London fans for a show they missed last night at Cargo. According to the blog post, they made it to the UK, but weren't allowed to leave the airport. Instead…   Read Story »
When we posted Brooklyn trio Keepaway’s “Sideways Smile” I mentioned it came from a forthcoming free digital-only EP, Kompetitor, said to feature “some music from what’s next, some music…   Read Story »