Kevin Morby / Waxahatchee / Mary Lattimore Longboat Hall, Toronto ON, March 24

Kevin Morby’s approach to his show at Longboat Hall was unexpected in a few ways. The singer-songwriter and guitarist (and Woods and Babies alum, though I think it’s almost time we drop those references) did not preview material from his just-announced upcoming album, City Music (out June 16 on Dead Oceans) but instead focused on songs from 2014’s Still Life […]

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The 7 Best OutKast “Hey Ya!” Covers on the Internet Article

OutKast’s “Hey Ya!” is a timeless song that’s up there with “Billie Jean” and “Bohemian Rhapsody.” It was—and still is—a massive hit, topping the Billboard Hot 100 for nine weeks in 2003 and helping Speakerboxxx/The Love Below achieve Diamond-selling success. But more importantly, “Hey Ya!” is a stroke genius, a heartbreaking reflection modern love disguised as a feel-good dance floor […]

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Munich's newest techno club is in a museum – Dancing Astronaut

On April 22, Blitz will open its doors inside Munich’s largest museum, the Forum des Techniks. The brand new venue will add to the city’s techno club repertoire, and will fit 600 people across its dancefloor and adjoining restaurant. Blitz will also be home to a custom sound system powered by VOID acoustics, guaranteeing a top notch sonic experience to […]

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Jerry Leger ‘Nonsense and Heartache’ (album stream)

Toronto singer-songwriter Jerry Leger is set to serve up a heaping helping new songs with his double album Nonsense and Heartache next week, but Exclaim! is giving you a chance to hear the whole thing right now.   The two-part record fers distinctly different but inherently connected sets songs. First up, Nonsense showcases light-hearted “electric, bluesy, dirty rock and roll” with […]

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​Father John Misty Are We Not Entertained?

On July 22, 2016, when Father John Misty took the stage at XPN Festival in Camden, NJ, fans expected to see Joshua Tillman perform in his typically entertaining manner: swivelling his hips, heaving his guitar in the air, grasping yearningly at the mic stand and the front row the audience as he croons the arch, satirical lyrics to his folk-rock […]

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Popol Vuh Treated to New Vinyl Reissue Series

Slowly but surely, the ten elusive works spiritual Krautrock greats Popol Vuh have been making their way back to vinyl. Now, another set reissues is set to shine a light back on Florian Fricke’s beloved band. Following vinyl reissues much Popol Vuh’s early work, Wah Wah will now dive into the group’s later material. This latest batch will include vinyl […]

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Blink-182 Detail ‘California’ Deluxe Edition, Share ‘Parking Lot’ Lyric Video

Just yesterday (March 15), we saw a supposed leaked tracklisting new songs from the deluxe version Blink-182’s California. Perhaps that was a catalyst for the band, who have ficially announced the expanded edition their comeback LP. The bonus version the album will include 10 new songs, the rarity “Hey I’m Sorry” and an acoustic version “Bored to Death.” Fortunately, the ridiculously […]

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Eric Church Rogers Arena, Vancouver BC, March 14

Like most Top 40 country stars, Eric Church is backed by the unstoppable force hometown nostalgia and a classic rock approach to the live side his music. For the Vancouver portion the Holdin’ My Own Tour, Church gave concertgoers an entire — albeit possibly too long — evening all his hits and some album filler, sans an opening act.   […]

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Blink-182’s Deluxe Version of ‘California’ Apparently Has a Song Called ‘Can’t Get You More Pregnant’

We recently learned that Blink-182 were planning to follow-up California with a “deluxe edition.” Rather than slap a few extras on the end the release, however, the band have reportedly pieced together a whole new album. Now, sleuths have uncovered the tracklisting for the extended project. The Blink-182 mega fans have been scouring the American Society Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) database to mine […]

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