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  1. Hardly Strictly Best ActsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 | SFGate

    If you want to see an up-and-coming local darling: Megan Slankard "She's here in the Bay Area," Richardson says. "An amazing singer-songwriter with an indie soun If you want to see someone who's going to be performing at sold-out shows in five years: Anderson East If you want to tap into your inner punk: Flogging Molly "A great combination of new wave with some celtic punk and folk," Richardson describes.


  2. 30 Albums In Serious Contention For The Mercury Prize 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 | NME

    The shortlist for his year's Mercury Prize will be announced on Friday October 16. Last year Scottish trio Young Fathers picked up the award, beating off the likes of Royal Blood, Bombay Bicycle Club and Kate Tempest. So, which albums from the past 12 months are in serious contention for a spot on the 2015 shortlist of 12 albums? Here's what we reckon.


  3. Live: Yo La Tengo strings out hits and covers in a low-key Durham setRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 | Independent Weekly

    Yo La Tengo The Carolina Theatre, Durham Saturday, September 26, 2015 I got my first Yo La Tengo CD, Prisoners Of Love , at a music store in Dulles Airport when I was 15 while picking up my grandma with my dad. I had heard of them because James McNew had lived in Charlottesville, Virginia, and it was important to my friends at the time to listen to music from other people that had grown up nearby.


  4. Gospel Machine bring 'balls-out Jesus' to gospel musicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 | City Pages

    ... because making new friends can often be an awkward thing. The majority of the band, save Jayanthi , also played in the indie-rock group the Small Cities. When Burdine left to focus on writing a different genre of music, he knew he wanted Kyle to ...


  5. Noblesville marching band, Greenwood cheer team get in a The ZoneaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 | WISH-TV Indianapolis

    Week seven of high school football is about to kickoff and "The Zone" will have highlights of 22 local games. Before the games start, the Noblesville Marching Millers and the Greenwood Woodmen cheer team appeared on Daybreak to get people in the spirit.


  6. Editors, In Dream - Album ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 |

    When Stafford outfit Editors unleashed their debut album a decade ago, their brand of atmospheric indie tracks saw them just fall shy of an album chart topper - a feat managed by their following two records. This, ' In Dream ', is now their fifth release and will be supported with an imminent UK tour, with shows on mainland Europe following in the lead up to Christmas.


  7. 'Towering Inferno' director John Guillermin dies at 89Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 2 |

    John Guillermin, a veteran British director best known for bringing to life big budget adventure films like "The Towering Inferno" and the 1976 "King Kong" has died.


  8. Bookworm IV: Full Circle - final instalment of Christopher Nuttall's best-selling fantasy seriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | PR Log

    ... and provided a base for storytelling. After graduating from university, Chris started writing full-time. As an indie author he has self-published a number of novels, but this is his eighth fantasy to be published by Elsewhen Press. The fourth and ...


  9. Mailers: Forge a Presence in DC or Stop Your GripingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | DM News

    A flash quiz for mailers: Are members of Congress more likely to get re-elected by supporting A) more jobs for middle class Americans or B) lower business costs for large corporations? All those who answered "B" need to sit in on your high school kid's Government Studies class. And if you happen to be a direct mailer or cataloger, you need to do some serious soul-searching.


  10. New albums in stores this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    ... whose very first long-player brooks no nonsense in its adherence to the staple grit and punk attitude of classicist indie rock. Tamar Braxton, "Calling All Lovers" (Streamline/Epic). The youngest of those reality-TV R&B Braxton sisters - Toni's ...


  11. 'World of Tanks' (ALL) v10.0 Update to Add New Maps, Game Mode - Screens & TrailerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | WorthPlaying

    In World of Tanks player teams are fighting action-packed PvP battles, featuring more than 150 armored fighting vehicles from the pre-WW2 era up to the Korean War. World Of Tanks is a team-based massively multiplayer online action game dedicated to armored warfare.


  12. Review: Hilarious 'Avenue Q' signals new direction for Berkeley PlayhouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Contra Costa Times

    BEN KRANTZ STUDIO/BERKELEY PLAYHOUSE Recent college grad puppet Princeton longs to find his place in the world in "Avenue Q," the bawdy comedy playing at Berkeley Playhouse through Oct. 11. Since its founding eight years ago, Berkeley Playhouse has been devoted to producing family friendly musicals as well as offering a variety of theater programs for young performers. Now the company is performing its very first adult show, and amusingly enough, it's one that has the appearance of a children's show.


  13. John Guillermin dies at 89, directed 'The Towering Inferno,' 'King Kong' remakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Los Angeles Times

    John Guillermin, the veteran British director known for big-budget action films such as "The Towering Inferno" and the 1976 version of "King Kong," has died at the age of 89. Guillermin, who died Sunday at his Topanga Canyon home, made more than 30 movies during his lengthy career. Many of his earlier efforts were low-budget films in England.


  14. John Guillermin, director of "The Towering Inferno," dies at 89Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | The Washington Post

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  15. Yo La TengoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | WXPN-FM Philadelphia

    ... acoustic covers and versions of their older songs. It became one of the band's most beloved releases. The Hoboken indie-rock band, that added bassist James McNew as a full time member in 1994, have now made a similar album called Stuff Like That ...


  16. Gigs: Jay Leno, Canadian country stars, and Current Swell set Edmonton datesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 |

    ... Nov. 11; Terri Clark on Nov. 12; The Road Hammers on Nov. 13; and Dallas Smith on Nov. 14. The Victoria-based indie-rockers, featuring St. Albert expats Scott Stanton and David Lang, will wrap up their latest Canadian tour on Dec. 12 at Union Hall. ...


  17. Shunkan - "Paleontologist"Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Stereogum

    Shunkan are a five-piece band from New Zealand, but they're led by Marina Sakimoto, who is 21 and from Los Angeles and a really good singer. They sound a whole lot like one of the New Zealand indie bands who would've recorded on Flying Nun in the mid-'80s, but thanks to their vocals, they also remind me of Rainer Maria or Waxahatchee.


  18. Yo La Tengo On World CafeRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 1 | WNYC-AM New York

    ... covers and versions of the band's older songs, it became one of Yo La Tengo's most beloved releases. Now, the Hoboken indie-rock group, which has since added bassist James McNew, has a similar album called Stuff Like That There . The new record ...


  19. Listen: Soccer Team, 'Too Many Lens Flares'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | City Paper

    For a while, it seemed like Soccer Team had faded into retirement. The duo, originally consisting of bassist/vocalist Melissa Quinley and drummer/guitarist/vocalist Ryan Nelson, released their first album "Volunteered" Civility and Professionalism -a collection of 14 woozy lo-fi indie-pop gems-on Dischord Records in 2006, but Nelson relocated to Kalamazoo, Mich.


  20. Soccer Team releasing 'Real Lessons In Cynicism' on DischordRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Brooklynvegan

    ... have a good idea of what you're getting here. And if you're new to the band, expect high quality, traditional-sounding indie rock. Listen below.