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  1. Reading FC 0, Nottingham Forest FC 3 - Wasteful Royals punished by clinical RedsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Reading were made to pay for a host of missed chances as they were humbled by a clinical Nottingham Forest outfit at Madejski Stadium this afternoon. Steve Clarke's side were much improved from the team that slumped to a painful defeat at Huddersfield in midweek, but they couldn't take advantage of their first half dominance.

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  2. What's going Saturday?Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Brooklynvegan

    Disappears, Suuns, Christines @ Rough Trade Chicago's Disappears just released Irreal , the band's darkest, most paranoid/obtuse record yet. That's not a bad thing and, mind you, it may sound different when they play it tonight as their songs tend to change after they've played them live for a while.

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  3. February 2015 in L.A. Weekly PhotosRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | LA Weekly

    More than 50 food and drink vendors demoed food and beer at the third annual Los Angeles Bacon Festival on the Paramount Studios NYC Backlot. Lots of bacon lovers had fun, but PETA didn't enjoy the event quite so much.

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  4. Garage Night Back Alley Beat Is Tonight at Lucky LiquorRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Stranger

    Back Alley Beat is a hopeful new monthly garage rock, freakbeat, and psychedelic dance night at a relatively new South End bar, Lucky Liquor . I think, as this night is still sorta jelling, the resident selectors are still a loose, rotating buncha record nerds, but tonight's lineup features the high-waisted, foot-stompin' selector mysteriously only known as Strawberry , the ever-present rhythm AND blues selector Stevie Dee , plus the mightiest of ALL the mighties, George Gell .

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  5. Bob Dylan's "Shadows in the Night" album was released Feb. 3.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | St. Cloud Times

    Bob Dylan shines on new covers album Dylan doesn't just leave his mark on the songs, he owns the performances. Check out this story on sctimes.com: When news came that Bob Dylan's newest studio release was going to be an album of covers of old standards that Frank Sinatra performed, there were decidedly mixed reactions.

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  6. Noel Gallagher on Loving 'Seinfeld,' Hating Most Everything ElseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | RollingStone

    "Not great, not bad, just a fucking 'nother day," Noel Gallagher says with a bored sigh. It's afternoon in London, and the famously sour-tongued songwriter is calling while on a break from tour rehearsals for Chasing Yesterday, the second album by Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, the solo project he began after Oasis ' 2009 split.

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  7. The Best Los Angeles Metal Shows to See in MarchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | LA Weekly

    Sunday, March 1 Black Sheep Wall Los Globos This Los Angeles act changes up the sludgy dirge of stoner-doom metal on their newest album, I'm Going to Kill Myself , by injecting angular chord structures from the post-hardcore template. The paint-stripping vocals of Brandon Gillichbauer live up to the provocativeness of the album title, lending an appropriate air of desperation to every lyric emoted.

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  8. Notes from the Design Indaba conference: Day 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Mail & Guardian

    Emily Oberman has been working on Saturday Night Live as long as Ravi Naidoo has been doing Design Indaba. Yoni Bloch originally from the south of Israel.

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  9. Soen Featuring Ex-Opeth Drummer Martin Lopez Release 'Kuraman' Lyric Video [News]Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Ultimate-guitar.com

    The official lyric video for the song " Kuraman " from Soen - the Swedish progressive rock band featuring drummer Martin Lopez , vocalist Joel Ekelof , guitarist Joakim Platbarzdis and bassist Stefan Stenberg - can be seen below. The song is taken from the group's sophomore studio album, " Tellurian ," which was released on November 4, 2014 via Spinefarm Records.

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  10. What's going on Friday? (This Will Destroy You, Dodos,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Brooklynvegan

    This Will Destroy You, Sannhet, Planning For Burial @ Saint Vitus Epic post-rockers This Will Destroy You conclude their BrooklynVegan-presented two-night stand at Saint Vitus tonight. Different openers both tonights, tonight being fellow post-rockers Sannhet and the gloomy Planning for Burial.

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  11. Thursday Rock Fact: The Rise of 45 RPM RecordsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | 99.3 the FOX

    It forced artists to keep their songs to about 3 minutes that's all that could physically fit on the vinyl.

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  12. The OXD Mirror: R&B, Disco and House Converge with SlowKnights, Janet ...Read the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | Towleroad

    Scissor Sisters ' guitarist Del Marquis has been cultivating his own brand ever since the band took an indefinite hiatus after their 2012 release, Magic Hour . Marquis released Cosmos under the Slow Knights monikerthe following year, and quickly became a personal favorite with additional remixes by ColeCo and stage shows with Midnight Magic and Spank ! While Del Marquis was the mastermind behind Cosmos , he did mostly featured other vocalists such as Rod Thomas , Xavier Smith and Bridget Barkan on the album's tracks.

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  13. Watch Mary Poppins Get The Ridiculous Death Metal Remix You Never Knew You WantedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Cinema Blend News

    We live in an age where the internet provides delightful mash-ups of random pop culture phenomenon on an almost daily basis. Some of them are truly inspired.

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  14. Death Metal Mary Poppins: A headbanger's breakdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

    Is there a singer in the universe who exists further outside of the heavy metal world than Julie Andrews? The Sound of Music star has lent her pipes to some of cinema's signature songs, but even the heaveist stuff in Victor/Victoria doesn't come anywhere near Carcass or Napalm Death. Andrews' wholesome image in the Disney classic Mary Poppins is what makes "Mary Poppins Sings Death Metal" so jarring and fascinating.

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  15. Business, arts leaders to converge at Mana Contemporary for free idea exchangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | The Jersey Journal

    Barry Salzberg, CEO of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited and Tal Keinan, chairman and CEO of KCPS & Company, a New York and Tel Aviv-based management firm are among the select group of leaders from the fields of tech, science, fashion, art, and cuisine who will speak at a free one-day conference March 10. The Beyond Conference, taking place from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Mana Contemporary, is geared towards exchanging ideas and making paths cross. Hosted by award-winning television journalist Jessica Abo, each presenter will discuss the challenges that drive their innovation and relate the creative paths which have brought them to the stage at Mana Contemporary.

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  16. Bluegrass at Cedar Cultural Center with Pert Near SandstoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | TwinCities

    Bluegrass favorites Pert Near Sandstone host their annual Winter String Band Gathering on Friday and Saturday at the Cedar Cultural Center. One-man-band Possessed by Paul James (aka Konrad Wert) opens the first night, with North Carolina's Town Mountain warming the stage on Saturday.

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  17. 1349, Origin, Abysmal Dawn & Wolvhammer played Gramercy TheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Brooklynvegan

    The half black metal, half death metal tour of 1349 & Wolvhammer and Origin & Abysmal Dawn , respectively, rolled into NYC on Monday at Gramercy Theatre. The crowd seemed biggest for Origin, and the mosh pits were the craziest during their set and Abysmal Dawn's.

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  18. Interview with Andy Thomas of Black Crown InitiateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Examiner.com

    Black Crown Initiate came to Oakland on a tour with Napalm Death , Voivod , Exhumed , Iron Reagan and Phobia . They performed at sold out Oakland Metro Operahouse on Feb 20. The band released their first full length album only few months before the end of the year, but were mentioned in several year end best-of lists.

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  19. a The Sound of Musica and other great rock music from 1965Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Press-Telegram

    The wrongest our stepmom has ever been -- and she posted some pretty impressive numbers in her time -- was declaring that rock and roll wouldn't last. And this was in 1968, for godsake.

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  20. Carcass: 'bands are driven by money'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Metal Hammer

    Carcass frontman Jeff Walker has suggested many bands in today's metal scene are driven by money and not by creativity. And he tells newer groups not to expect to make it in a crowded genre - especially when classic acts haven't yet retired.

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