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Monday, Jul 20, 2009
by PopMatters Staff

Indie faves Blitzen Trapper play a live set for Morning Becomes Eclectic and chat with the KCRW host.



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Monday, Jul 20, 2009

Give it up for my favorite red-headed chanteuse, debuting “Ophelia” (among five other classics) on KCRW’s legendary radio show. Tori is on the road now—on the west coast and slowly making her way out east and then on to Europe! If you’ve never experienced Tori live, the KCRW set is but a taste of her live set—which includes Jon Evans on bass and drum-meister Matt Chamberlain keeping time.



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Friday, Jul 17, 2009
by PopMatters Staff

Simian Mobile Disco
Temporary Pleasure
(Wichita)
Releasing: 18 August 2008 (US) / 17 August 2009 (UK)


01 Cream Dream (Featuring Gruff Rhys)
02 Audacity of Huge (Featuring Chris Keating)
03 10000 Horses Can’t Be Wrong
04 Cruel Intentions (Featuring Beth Ditto)
05 Off the Map (Featuring Jamie Lidell)
06 Synthesise
07 Bad Blood (Featuring Alexis Taylor)
08 Turn Up the Dial (Featuring Young Fathers)
09 Ambulance
10 Pinball (Featuring Telepathe)


Simian Mobile Disco
“Audacity of Huge” - Naum Gabo Remix [MP3]
     



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Friday, Jul 17, 2009
by PopMatters Staff

The ubiquitous Wilco played another TV date, this time with indie chanteuse Feist.



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Friday, Jul 17, 2009
by PopMatters Staff

Japandroids is racking up a multitude of accolades. Back in June PopMatters’ Scott Hreha said of Post-Nothing, which is getting an August 4th re-release, that “sonically, the band falls somewhere between forebears like No Age and Death from Above 1979—virile combination of passion and grandiosity that sounds much larger than the guitar/drums instrumentation implies.” Japandroids stopped by the Tripwire to play “I Quit Girls”.



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