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The MUSE got the chance to catch up with Tokyo Police Club ahead of their sold-out […]
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When Cage the Elephant came screeching out of Kentucky in the summer of 2008 with its […]
The Black Angels are a rock n’ roll band, and that’s all there is to it. It’s rare to find a band with the capability of playing true vintage rock music, but the quintet from Austin, Texas delivered such with stunning ferocity. The Black Angels have been touring their new record, Phosphene Dream, on the Dropout Boogie Tour for the better part of the fall with fellow psychedelics Black Mountain.
On Monday, Blonde Redhead played at the Paradise in support of their new album Penny Sparkle, which filtered the band’s dreamy atmospherics through a more subdued take on the lush instrumentation that has characterized their last few albums.
Alt-rock phenomenon Phoenix headlined at Boston University’s Agganis Arena. They were preceded by The Wavves, a […]