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Coheed and Cambria Set Antonin Scalia’s Dissenting ‘Obergefell’ Opinion to Music (video)

In light of the Supreme Court making same-sex marriage the law of the land in the US, prog rockers Coheed and Cambria take the words of dissenting justice Antonin Scalia and set it to sweetly played acoustic guitar, to predictably hilarious results.

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Kalinich and Tiven - ‘Each Soul Has a Voice’ (album stream) (premiere)

The veteran Beach Boys/Alex Chilton collaborators join forces again on their latest album.

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The Autumn Stones - ‘Escapists’ (album stream) (premiere)

The Toronto band sounds more seasoned on their new album Escapists, which has been four years in the making.

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Scissormen - “Beggin’ Jesus” (video) (Premiere)

Blues guitarist Ted Drozdowski and his Nashville band get the cartoon treatment on their new video.

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Jake Simmons & the Little Ghosts - “Take Me With You” (video) (Premiere)

Shot in crisp black and white, "Take Me With You" finds the Michigan rock outfit Jake Simmons & the Little Ghosts diving into "ten hours of pizza, beer, and the same song over and over and over again".

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Light Music - “Petrichor” (audio) (premiere)

The Milwaukee trio debuts their shimmering new single.

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Jesse R. Berlin - “Wash Your Boat!” (audio) (Premiere)

The New York musician's new track is plenty whimsical, but then you read what he says about the song, and you can't stop laughing.

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Malpas - “Where the River Runs” (video) (premiere)

This new British duo puts a unique, organic spin on the concept of "folktronica".

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Venice Trip - ‘Look Forward’ (EP stream) (premiere)

The London band channels '60s psychedelia extraordinarily well on their new EP.

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n. Lannon - ‘Falling Inside’ (album stream) (Premiere)

The latest LP by n. Lannon (of Film School and Sacred Caves), Falling Inside, is anything but garden variety singer-songwriter fare.

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Ten Great Criterion Titles: What to Watch and Why

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"As the Criterion Collection's ever-growing roster shows, there are simply too many great pictures out on home video to know what to do with.

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