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Monday, Mar 28, 2011 at 10:16 AM
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By Jay Belin

SXSW: Who's the Big Winner?

SXSW: Who's the Big Winner?

By now most of you are sick of hearing about SXSW and how unbelievable Odd Future's performances were. Well, here is one review that won't mention them... again. Read »

Wednesday, Mar 16, 2011 at 8:56 AM
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By Jay Belin

Listen Up: SXSW Bands to Watch

Listen Up: SXSW Bands to Watch

The South by Southwest Music Conference is a week away which means there are heaps of new bands to check out. Here are a few you should not miss. Read »

Tuesday, Mar 15, 2011 at 5:29 PM
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By Elizabeth Bougerol

MpFree Wednesday: Teletextile’s “I Don’t Know How to Act Here” & More

MpFree Wednesday: Teletextile’s “I Don’t Know How to Act Here” & More

Dense, orchestral electronic chamber rock that reminds us of the Dirty Projectors. Read »

Tuesday, Mar 15, 2011 at 5:29 PM
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By Elizabeth Bougerol

MpFree Wednesday: “Concerning Past & Future Conquests,” Vandaveer

MpFree Wednesday: “Concerning Past & Future Conquests,” Vandaveer

From their third album, the alt-folk duo offers up a track made for watching fireflies on a Kentucky back porch. Read »

Monday, Dec 13, 2010 at 1:00 PM
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By Jay Belin

Broken Social Scene Plans Return to New York

Broken Social Scene Plans Return to New York

Canada's preeminent indie rock band Broken Social Scene schedules a New York show in early 2011 at midtown's Terminal 5. Read »

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The sound of New York is like no other -- from hip-hop on Staten Island to indie rock in Brooklyn and Reggaeton in Central Park, we listen and break it down with exclusive video, album reviews, show previews and photos.
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Michael Tedder Michael Tedder is an arts and culture writer who lives in Brooklyn and received his MFA from NYU. He asks that you not hold that against him. You can follow him here and say hello to him here.
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