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Monday Mixer

It’s summer, and most students and citizens alike are home and working for the holiday. With this trip home often comes sentiments or feelings from the past. These tracks are just a few that trigger some memories for me: 1. ”Bohemian Like You” — The Dandy Warhols: The original hipster anthem (at least in my […]

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Midweek New Songs

There were a few interesting new songs that were released this week. Check them out below. Girls- Lawrence As continual readers of this site will know, last week a ton of unreleased Christopher Owens/Girls songs were put on YouTube from a concert Owen’s put on last year. Well, even more good news for all the […]

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The Antlers set to release new EP

Following the success of their 2011 release Burst Apart, The Antlers plan to release a follow-up EP on November 22nd. It will feature collaborations on songs from Burst Apart with Neon Indian and Bear in Heaven, along with others. The EP will also feature a cover of the XX song “VCR.” Check out this video […]

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The Antlers depart from previous themes with Burst Apart

Burst Apart is the fourth LP from Brooklyn based indie rock band, The Antlers. The first two albums from The Antlers were actually written solely by vocalist/guitarist, Peter Silberman, as a solo project. Soon after, Michael Lerner and Darby Cicci came on making The Antlers a group. Together they released 2009’s Hospice, which was a […]

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Top 10 Albums of 2011

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1. Bon Iver (Bon Iver) Justin Vernon is having a good year, and I might be a sucker for great beards but he totally deserves it. His 2007 debut For Emma, Forever Ago was heartbreaking and charming, if you didn’t feel Vernon’s loss in that album you are simply heartless. Bon Iver is an expansion […]

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The National & The Antlers bring their best to Milwaukee

The National have had a fantasic year. The release of their new record High Violet has been one of the most talked about albums of the year, they’ve been all over the country touring, and bands are opening for them this time around. Pretty great stuff. Not to mention they’re one of the highest billed […]

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