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Toronto's Diamond Rings is the solo project of John O'Regan, who makes glam, strutting synth pop that, even with video treatments like the one below, doesn't feel camp. There's a lot to love in this…   Read Story »
Earlier this week Montreal's Stars responded to the passing of Arizona's SB 1070 immigration law by declaring via Twitter that they wouldn't tour in the state until it was repealed. We haven't heard…   Read Story »
Yesterday Stars Tweeted about Arizona's new immigration/anti-illegal immigrant law, the one that requires legal immigrants to carry their alien registration papers with them/gives AZ police the right…   Read Story »
[Editor's Note: The following guest post is by Ryan Muir, one of NYC's most hardworking and talented photographers. After spending the better part of five days lugging his camera equipment all over…   Read Story »
We saw a bunch of bands this past week. Not every set was memorable, but there were more than enough highlights to make the stiff necks and barking feet worth it. Here's Wednesday, Thursday,…   Read Story »
FU recanted the dis track (cranking = "crying and wanking at the same time") saying "Cranking to Sonic Youth / 'Goo' in your hand, your favorite band / You love Thurston, you love Kim / You love art…   Read Story »
We waited all yesterday for this to pop up on iTunes and it's finally arrived... No strangers to the tradition of benefit recordings -- see the "David Christmas" 7", "Year Of The Pig," etc. -- Fucked…   Read Story »
The Chemistry Of Common Life was awarded the $20,000 Polaris Prize for best Canadian album of the year, beating Chad VanGaalen and Malajube, among others. The band plans to put the money to good use.   Read Story »
After being ousted from McCarren Park when the city decided to spent $50MM to restore The Pool as an actual pool, Jelly NYC found a new home for their free summer show series in the upscale hipster…   Read Story »
Surprise, it wasn't My Bloody Valentine's 15-minute aural assault "You Made Me Realise" that caused Sunday's biggest audio mishap. Organizers cut the speakers during the Cure's "Fire In Cairo" (two…   Read Story »