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Live Review: Tegan and Sara at Warehouse Live, March 15, 2013 (Houston)


Tegan and Sara

The sister act brought the love to Houston



Little Hurricane Hit the Road


The band will tour the West and South on its way to SXSW



Maren Parusel: Summer 2011 Tour Diary


The band heads home



Album Review: The Pains of Being Pure at Heart – “Belong”


There’s no musical rocket science here.



Smith Westerns Announce Massive Tour, Yeasayer Date at Belly Up


The Chicago band will open for Yeasayer at the Belly Up in May.



Maren Parusel at SxSW: Messin’ With Texas


Maren Parusel drummer Eric Brozgold chronicles the band’s SXSW experience.



Live Photos: The Black Heart Procession, Maren Parusel, and Hot Moon at Soda Bar, March 15, 2011


On the eve of SxSW, four bands played to a packed house at Soda Bar.



Poetic Memory: Tahiti 80 (List)


The Rumble brings Tahiti 80 to town this Saturday.



Sharon Van Etten Shares the Love


The Brooklyn songstress is recording a new record and will play San Diego in March.



Poetic Memory: Gun Runner (List)


A new San Diego band shares their influences.



Interview: Phantogram


Sarah Barthel talks about surviving in a post-Pitchfork world



Video: Califone – “All My Friends Are Funeral Singers”


Win a copy of Califone’s film “All My Friends Are Funeral Singers.”



Illuminauts Give You Swine Flu


The San Diego electronic act throws a record release show at the Whistle Stop.



SXSW: An O&B How To


Four years ago, I pledged to attend SXSW every year until I die. So far I’ve kept that promise.



Interview: Slow Club


If you need a little UK folk-pop in your life, join the Club.



Watchlist vol. 3: The Middle East (MP3)


Is America ready for a Middle East invasion?



Besnard Lakes Release ‘Albatross’ From its Cage (MP3)


Download it and wear it around your neck.



Seabear Tour, Unveil New Tracks (Stream)


seabear

Seabear take on Sigur Rós and Björk for Icelandic supremacy.



SubPop to Release Red Red Meat Deluxe Edition


After being featured in a 2008 Pitchfork list as something old-but-still-good, Red Red Meat’s Bunny Gets Paid has been resurrected, refurbished, and expanded so that others may fully understand its greatness. According to the SubterraneanPop website: Red Red Meat’s third full-length record, 1995’s “Bunny Gets Paid” has been out of print and unavailable [which] provides […]