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Cardiff septet Los Campesinos!' anticipated third album comes out the end of the month. We've posted "The Sea Is A Good Place To Think Of The Future" and "These Are Listed Buildings" and mentioned…   Read Story »
This year in music was great and we'rea gonna let it finish (sorry), but in terms of notable album releases the ship has sailed. No offense, 30 Seconds To Mars. While the Gummys' virtual poll booth…   Read Story »
When Los Campesinos! checked in last month, they offered up "The Sea Is A Good Place To Think Of The Future," an anthemic tale about a far-too-pretty girl taking her "diet" of pills (and not much…   Read Story »
This new Los Campesinos! songs finds the Welsh septet spinning a tale about a far-too-pretty too-thin girl who's taking her "diet" to extremes ("she's not eating again / she's not eating again"),…   Read Story »
Some 30,000 people over two days crammed into the six-block area in San Diego's East Village that hosted the 25th annual Street Scene this past weekend. That's a strong number, albeit down from last…   Read Story »
Cardiff pop troupe Los Campesinos! are still card-carrying members of the International Tweexcore Underground, but that doesn't mean they can't up the distortion. They're just making like Some Velvet…   Read Story »
It's totally reductive to associate Memorial Day Weekend solely with drinking and eating (and not, you know, Memorializing), but here it is, that special weekend custom made for welcoming summer,…   Read Story »
When we gave warm but tempered thumbs up to Tokyo Police Club's Elephant Shell, we made note that "somehow bassist/vocalist David Monks sounds more like Colin Meloy than he has previously, especially…   Read Story »
If you like the exclamatory Cardiff pop crew Los Campesinos!, you'll likely enjoy the stripped-down video for "My Year In Lists" ... because it's basically a series of quick cuts between the septet's…   Read Story »
Group shouts, glockenspiels, lots of members, exclamation points -- and yet Los Campesinos! sound fresh and vital and a step removed from the blog-bogged devices they're wielding. It's the winks to…   Read Story »