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Sziget Festival Days 6 and 7: Shawn Mendes Charms, Arctic Monkeys Make the Rain Go Away

More than 565,000 people join the Love Revolution as the Sziget Festival wraps up another spectacular year.

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Forecastle Festival: Louisville, KY (Day Two)

My Morning Jacket headline Day Two, bringing hometown rock glory to Louisville's riverfront.

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The Best Albums of 2014

From Polish black metal to mind-blowing progressive R&B and electronic music, 2014's best albums certainly have something for everyone.

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Winter 2014 New Music Playlist

Seventeen new songs with notes to chase away the winter blahs.

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Nightlands: Oak Island

The War on Drugs' bass player steps out from the shadows of his main band with a warm, intimate and strange little album that has one foot in the past, one in the future.

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Persevering Through the Confusion: An Interview with The War on Drugs

The War on Drugs have always been a highly-regarded band in critical circles, but with this year's Slave Ambient, Adam Granduciel finally started breaking through. As the Album of the Year accolades start to pile up, Granduciel takes PopMatters through the creation of his masterwork step-by-step ...

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The War on Drugs: Slave Ambient

On the long awaited second album, the War on Drugs takes its ambient folk to the next level, perfecting non-monumental classic rock, arena songs for an audience of loners.

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TOUR DATES: Secretly Canadian's the War on Drugs plans tour with the Hold Steady

At the end of March The War On Drugs will finally embark on their first full nationwide U.S. tour since the release of their debut album -Wagonwheel Blues- last June.

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The War on Drugs: Wagonwheel Blues

Wagonwheel Blues daubs electronic and acoustic watercolor sketches of Americana from the Midwest prairie through the lonesome crowded west on to the beaches and rocky shores.

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