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  1. Reading 2015: Run The Jewels, Bastille, All Time Low and more play Friday evening at the festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    4 min ago | NME

    All Time Low brought a small section of the crowd onstage for their fratboy-friendly set on the Main Stage as the festival got into full swing this afternoon . Before the American pop punk band launched into 'Time-Bomb', frontman Alex Gaskarth picked out fans in the audience to join him onstage.


  2. Episode 317: Uzo Aduba, Yo La Tengo, Doug AitkenRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | WNYC-AM New York

    This week: Emmy-nominated actor Uzo Aduba on what keeps "Crazy Eyes" grounded - and wild fan run-ins...Indie rockers Yo La Tengo cook up a cover-rich soundtrack... Artist Doug Aitken breathes life into old rail hubs, in his new documentary "Station to Station"... The most elaborate college prank in history inspires a Georgia cocktail ... Novelist Matthew Salesses wades into the deluge... The Posts, ambassadors of politesse... We swipe left on a new Tinder robot... and more.


  3. Yo La Tengo Finds Inspiration in Cover Songs for - Stuff...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Billboard

    For most rock bands, the covers album is an exercise in nostalgia or a contract-filling measure while a drained A songwriting well refills. But for Hoboken, N.J., indie A institution Yo La Tengo , it's a way to A document a major part of its work: the artistic lineage that it has built for itself through decades of crate-digging.


  4. NPR Bestsellers: Hardcover Nonfiction, Week Of August 27, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | National Public Radio

    ... nationwide in collaboration with the American Booksellers Association. For more about independent bookstores and other indie retailers, visit .


  5. Free at Noon Flashback: Yo La Tengo brings Stuff Like That There to World Cafe LiveRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | WXPN-FM Philadelphia

    Today is record release day for Yo La Tengo's new collection of covers and re-workings, Stuff Like That There , and the Hoboken indie rock heroes celebrated with a performance in front of a sold-out Free at Noon crowd. The album explores the decidedly mellowest side of YLT's sonic palette, but the crowd was hushed and attentive, nodding along to the doo-wop flavored cover of The Cosmic Rays' "Somebody In Love" that opened the show, and singing along to Georgia Hubley's wistful, breezy version of "Friday I'm In Love" by The Cure.


  6. Never Be Famous: Hussalonia (LIVE), Yo La Tengo and King Gizzard on the Indie Rock Hit ParadeRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | WXPN-FM Philadelphia

    Tonight's Indie Rock Hit Parade is stacked, top to bottom, with special things you simply cannot miss. I just won't allow it.


  7. Syd BishopRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | LEO Weekly

    ... "River City Rumble" comp, Louisville luminaries Parlour have dug up an unreleased track and it's pure, instrumental indie gold. Like the best of their long and storied history, this track quietly plods along, never too fast or slow, but sauntering ...


  8. 'A Walk in the Woods' stars Robert Redford, Nick Nolte in adaptation...Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Newsday

    A road movie without a road, "A Walk in the Woods" is based on travel writer-humorist Bill Bryson's memoir of hiking the Appalachian Trail, at a time when Bryson was at least a decade younger than either of the actors who star in the movie -- Robert Redford, 79, and Nick Nolte, 74. Yes, it's a story about age, and time, and of doing things that appear impossible: During one scene, Nolte tries to lift Redford on his shoulders. And he looks like he might be bursting a blood vessel.


  9. Redford finds a new partner in NolteRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Lowell Sun

    When Robert Redford first acquired the film rights to Bill Bryson's memoir "A Walk in the Woods," he knew exactly who he wanted to play his Appalachian Trail hiking comrade: Paul Newman. Not only were the two men responsible for some of cinema's most iconic duos -- they were lifetime friends as well.


  10. Motley Crue - Theatre of Pain (1985): On Second ThoughtRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Something Else! Reviews

    When talking about Motley Crue's classic 1980s albums, Theatre of Pain usually gets ranked at or near the bottom of the list. Even bassist Nikki Sixx has gone so far as to call it "rubbish."


  11. Stuff Like That ThereRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | RollingStone

    The Velvet Underground are a durable rock-band model, one that Hoboken's Yo La Tengo have plumbed over 14 LPs, suggesting where that noisy, lyrical, short-lived group might've gone. The latest is lean, hushed and mostly covers, including a take on Yo La's own "The Ballad of Red Buckets."


  12. PRC Denies Competitive Status to First Class ParcelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | DM News

    A 3-2 decision of commissioners rules that the Postal Service failed to prove loss of business to competitors by keeping the class market dominant. The U.S. Postal Service's request to move First Class Mail Parcels from the market dominant to the competitive product list was denied yesterday by the Postal Regulatory Commission.


  13. Robert Redford takes a walk through his classic buddy rolesRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Day

    Robert Redford as Bill Bryson and Nick Nolte as Stephen Katz take in the view along the Appalachian Trail in “A Walk in the Woods.” The movie releases in theaters on Sept. 2. When Robert Redford first acquired the film rights to Bill Bryson's memoir “A Walk in the Woods,” he knew exactly who he wanted to play his Appalachian Trail hiking comrade: Paul Newman.


  14. Hoboken rockers Yo La Tengo release new album 'Stuff Like That There'Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    Yo La Tengo fans, rejoice! The Hoboken band comes out today with the much-anticipated follow-up to their 1990 covers album "Fakebook." The 14-track "Stuff Like That There" features covers of songs by other artists, reimagined versions of YLT favorites and brand-new, original songs.


  15. Houston's Middlechild Puts a Hometown Spin On EmoRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Houston Press

    ... genre back to its mid-'90s roots, with slow builds to impassioned choruses, working to bridge the gap between emo and indie-rock that didn't quite exist when bands like Sunny Day Real Estate, The Promise Ring, or Mineral were getting their start. ...


  16. Yo La Tengo's Cover Song PhilosophyRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | WSJ Media and Advertising

    In 1990, Hoboken, N.J. based-band Yo La Tengo released an album of covers called "Fakebook," where they played numbers from artists like Cat Stevens and Ray Davies as well as reworking material from their own catalog. Now 25 years later, instead of celebrating that record's anniversary, they decided to tackle that concept once more with "Stuff Like That There."


  17. Just Smiling At The SoundRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Fluxblog

    Fluxblog is the very first MP3 Blog. It was founded by me, Matthew Perpetua , in 2002.


  18. Music for the MassesRead the original story

    Thursday | Clubplanet

    ... produced by Richey is much better than it should or needs to be to carry the lyrics. The instrumental would be a great indie dance track for any hipster DJ's loungey set. With a different topline, it could be the perfect theme for a romantic comedy ...


  19. The Bots Come To ShorelineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Metroactive

    Analog Machines: Playing fuzzy garage rock and punk, The Bots have carved out a successful path for themselves at a young age. Mikaiah and Anaiah Lei of The Bots are used to throwing people off.


  20. Wavelength channels joys of summer camp with Canadian indie musicRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Globe and Mail

    ... began as a DIY weekly music series that's evolved into an artist-run non-profit with a history of discovering local indie talent. (It credits itself with helping to discover Broken Social Scene, Arcade Fire and the Constantines.) Now in its 15th ...