Articles tagged the raveonettes

The Raveonettes: 9 April 2011 - Kansas City, MO

The Raveonettes performed their music minus any noticeable mistakes, but they used few tactics to appeal to the audience.

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The Raveonettes: Raven in the Grave

If the Raveonettes of yore were Tarantino flick knives, bubble gum, and Ray Bans, they're now the decaying beauty and warped nightmares of David Lynch.

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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club: 25.Mar.2010 - Chicago

Even when not on their best night, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club will still be one of the best rock shows this year.

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The Raveonettes: 25 October 2009 - Metro, Chicago

Words and Pictures by Rory O'Connor

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3 Aug 2009 // 9:22 AM

The Raveonettes In and Out of Control (Vice) Releasing: 6 October (US) SONG LIST 01 Bang! 02 Gone Forever 03 Last Dance 04 Boys Who Rape (Should All Be Destroyed) 05

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For The Raveonettes, ‘Lust Lust Lust’ rekindles fans’ love

Public opinion has been fickle for The Raveonettes. The Danish duo’s 2002 EP, “Whip It On,” and 2003 CD, “Chain Gang of Love,” had hipsters swooning

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26 Feb 2008 // 2:44 AM

The Clash - Live: Revolution Rock This new Clash live show documentary will be airing on PBS stations in the US in March and will

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20 Feb 2008 // 10:02 PM

The Raveonettes: Lust Lust Lust

The Raveonettes are getting better. They still sound devilishly good.

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	The Raveonettes: Pretty in Black

On their second album, The Raveonettes' obsession with 50s pop culture has only increased.

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	The Raveonettes: Chain Gang of Love

The Raveonettes’ debut EP Whip it On was a decent little release from late 2002, a blatantly obvious Jesus and Mary Chain rip-off that just barely

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	The Raveonettes: Whip It On

The Raveonettes are sneaky little devils, aren’t they? How dare these wily Danes cause such a stir with their debut Whip It On, just

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"No Dollars in Duende": On Making Uncompromising, Spirited Music

// Sound Affects

"On the elusive yet clearly existential sadness that adds layers and textures to music.

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