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Kaiser Chiefs release new album “The Future Is Medieval”

Kaiser Chiefs’ new music video for “Little Shocks” just premiered the other day, and now they decided to just release the album on their website! If you go to, you can buy the album for £7.50 and download it. Plus you can make your own tracklist & artwork as well!
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Video: The Vaccines – “If You Wanna” (Late Show with David Letterman)

The Vaccines made their TV debut on the Late Show with David Letterman the other night. They performed the song “If You Wanna.” Is it just me or is the audio at Ed Sullivan Theater god awful? Anyway, check out the video below if you like the band:
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White Wives’ (featuring members of Anti-Flag) debut album out June 28th

Following their EP Situationist earlier this year, White Wives’ debut LP, Happeners, will be released June 28 on Adeline Records. Inspired by the mid-60s Provo movement, a counterculture movement that used nonviolence and absurd humor to provoke violent reactions from the police, the album bears the title of the movement leaders.
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Music Video: Holy Ghost! – “Wait & See”

Holy Ghost! just released their debut album and wrapped a national tour with their Aussie pals Cut Copy, but in no way does that mean the party is winding down for the duo. They’ll be headlining a sold out homecoming show at Music Hall of Williamsburg this Friday, the 29th while gearing up for a slew of European shows before heading back to the States. If you are already feeling your Holy Ghost! withdrawals, their latest music video for the single “Wait & See” can get you through.
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Okkervil River to perform full new album for live NPR webcast tomorrow

On April 27, NPR Music will stream Okkervil River performing their highly anticipated new album, ‘I Am Very Far’ (5/10, JAGJAGUWAR), live in its entirety at The Cactus Cafe in Austin, TX.
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Devo, Descendents, Anti-Flag, Bouncing Souls playing NXNE 2011 Festival in Toronto

North By Northeast (NXNE) announces the second wave of bands for the 17th edition of the festival, taking over Toronto June 13-19, 2011. Tickets are now available online at
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The Village Voice to launch 4Knots Music Festival on July 16th 2011

Running between every borough of New York City and culminating near the South Street Seaport, the East River runs at a speed of 4 knots. The Seaport and Pier 17 have a rich and diverse history as profound to New York City as Wall Street, Central Park or even Times Square. Historically, the lower portion of the East River has been one of the busiest and most important channels in the world. Beginning this summer, there will be a new reason for people to flock to the area, ironically which was once also known as the banks of the Sound River.
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The Grownup Noise – “This Time With Feeling”

Record Label: Self-Released
Genre: Indie Rock
Band Link:

There are bands where you can just leave their music on, and go about your day. The Grownup Noise seems like one of those bands. Melodic and pop, indie rock music, that makes you feel good. Their new album is worth listening to. Why? Because I said so.
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Coolie Ranx, The New Pornographers, The Misfits, Good Charlotte and others playing Festival for Humanity in Vernon, NJ

The brand new 4-day music and art festival at Mountain Creek Resort in Vernon, New Jersey taking place over Memorial Day Weekend called the Festival for Humanity have announced Good Charlotte as one of the headliners for Saturday, May 28th! John Popper and the Duskray Troubadours have also been added for Sunday, May 29th. Other headliners include: Third Eye Blind, From Good Homes, The New Pornographers, The Misfits, Sister Hazel, Cracker, Soul Asylum, Rebbie Jackson (sister of Michael Jackson) and many more! The festival has been created and aims to benefit charities of suicide prevention, health and nutrition. Early Bird Tickets are currently offered at half face value only through April 1st. For tickets and more information, please go to:
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Noah and the Whale announce tour dates for May & June

The London band Noah and the Whale will be hitting the road on a full tour across the U.S. beginning on May 24 in San Diego. The tour will include stops at major markets including Los Angeles and New York City, as well as an appearance at the Sasquatch Music Festival in Washington state. Tickets for the tour will go on sale this Friday, March 25. A complete list of tour dates can be found below.
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16th annual Gathering of the Vibes Festival announces initial lineup

Gathering of the Vibes, the Northeast’s premier summer music festival, announces initial lineup including: FURTHUR featuring Phil Lesh and Bob Weir, Jane’s Addiction, Elvis Costello & The Imposters, moe., The Levon Helm Band, John Butler Trio, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Dr. John and the Lower 911, Taj Mahal Trio, The Rhythm Devils with Keller Williams, Steve Kimock and Reed Mathis, Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk, Toots & The Maytals, Dark Star Orchestra, Ryan Montbleau Band, David Gans, Assembly of Dust, The McLovins, King for a Day and Bridgeport’s own Deep Banana Blackout. The New Mastersounds, Big Gigantic, and others to headline the Late Night Stage.
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Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe and Old Crow Medicine Show announce ‘Railroad Revival Tour’

This April, Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, and Old Crow Medicine Show will embark on a tour unlike any in recent memory. Traveling exclusively in vintage railcars, the three bands will journey across the American Southwest over the course of a week. The aptly titled Railroad Revival Tour will feature the three bands playing concerts at six unique outdoor locations along the route, beginning April 21st in Oakland, California. This sounds like a great tour, and jealous of the South and the West for getting to see this. Maybe if it’s a success they will try to do this over on the East Coast?
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