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This past weekend Larmer Tree Gardens, near Salisbury, Wiltshire, hosted the fifth annual End Of The Road Festival. This year's lineup continued the festival's peripheral deviation from its folk,…   Read Story »
The next installment in the contemporary artists covering classic songs series that brought us Pallett doing Pollard on "Game Of Pricks" -- which by the way, was later Rainn Wilson-approved ("Thank…   Read Story »
The video for their "VCR" had a youthful, romantic storyline, but the xx's "Islands" strikes a different move, and a different pose, but also kind of the same pose, over and over again. You have to…   Read Story »
Keeping with Hospice's album-length theme of frustration and illness (see also "Two" and "Bear"), the Antlers' "Sylvia" clip revolves around a man who keeps seeing, and arguing with, a ghostly…   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 »
Jannis Noy Makrigiannis's Choir Of Young Believers landed here last summer with the billowing, widescreen orchestral pomp of Next Summer," and extend the lifecycle of their This Is For The White In…   Read Story »
Brandon spoke with lead Antler Peter Silberman about his graphic design day job and whether or not he'd worked around the sick. The answer was no, but he'd had relationships that included…   Read Story »
On Thursday at CMJ the xx played theIr 66th and 67th shows of the week -- one at the Apple Store SoHo, another as the "x-rated" secret guest at the horribly delayed, horribly sweaty Club NME showcase…   Read Story »
Despite the pre-CMJ buzz that this year was gonna be a buzzkill -- or maybe because of it -- so far the fest has turned out a surprising number of notable new artists, sets, and showcases. You can't…   Read Story »
Some 90 acts descended upon Champaign-Urbana, IL this past weekend, performing across 14 venues and four days for the fifth annual Pygmalion Music Festival. We sent photographer John Gitchoff to…   Read Story »