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Gillian Frances Announces Debut Full-Length Miles Away From Myself, Shares Video for "Lake"

The Anacortes by-way-of Portland singer/songwriter's forthcoming album is a slowcore masterwork of loss and dissolved relationships. Martin Douglas explores.


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R.I.P. Florian Schneider, Co-Founder of Kraftwerk

The pioneering electronic musician has died at the age of 73 following a "short cancer disease."


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Western Centuries Blast Off in New Video for "Space Force" (KEXP Premiere)

KEXP premieres entertaining new video from Seattle-based roots band Western Centuries


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R.I.P. Dave Greenfield, Keyboardist for The Stranglers

A long-standing member of the UK post-punk band, Dave Greenfield lost his battle against Covid-19 on Sunday, May 3rd, 2020.


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R.I.P. Tony Allen, Afrobeat Pioneer and Former Drummer for Fela Kuti

“Without Tony Allen, there would be no Afrobeat" - Fela Kuti


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Record Store Day Practices Social Distancing with "RSD Drop" Later This Year

The annual event has been rescheduled with "properly distanced release dates" on Saturdays in August, September, and October.


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MAITA Ruminates on House Parties and Existentialism on "Someone's Lost Their Goddamn Wallet" (KEXP Premiere)

The new single from the Portland quartet is a peppy tune about how death eventually comes for us all. Martin Douglas explores.


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Bandcamp To Once Again Waive Its Cut of Sales to Support Artists on May 1st

Artists will receive 100% of all profits to support those affected by coronavirus lockdowns.


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Belle and Sebastian Collaborate With Fans During Quarantine

The long-running Scottish band bring listeners together during self-isolation.


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R.I.P. Matthew Seligman, Bassist for The Soft Boys, Thomas Dolby, More

Not only was the talented bassist a member of The Soft Boys, he went on to record with Thomas Dolby, Thompson Twins, The Waterboys, Peter Murphy, Morrissey, and more, and was a member of David Bowie's band at Live Aid in 1985.


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Arcade Fire Working on New Album While Under Quarantine

Frontman Win Butler celebrates his 40th birthday with a message for fans via social media.


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Cast of That Thing You Do! Reunite for Livestream Benefit and Tribute to Adam Schlesinger

The fictional band from the 1996 Tom Hanks film will support the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund.


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