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Sweden's The Radio Dept will release their fourth album, Running Out Of Love , on October 21 via Labrador Records. Say the band, "It's an album about all the things that are moving in the wrong direction. Comment?
"Ella For Real" is a very impressive first showing from Modern Leisure, a new indie-pop/folk-rock project headed by Casey Banker . Naming influences like The Radio Dept., Destroyer, and Metronomy, the groups aims to feature "illicit tales of hedonism and heartbreak under the guise of lush guitars and a hodgepodge of warm melodies." Comment?
A rare chance to catch Swedish dreampoppers The Radio Dept live, Dev Patel back on the big screen and Cuban ballet star dancing in Hong Kong for the last time: ideas for the week ahead SEE Dev Patel shine in The Man Who Knew Infinity - a thrilling biopic about a 20th-century maths genius, who enters Cambridge University on the eve of the first world war. CATCH ballet star Carlos Acosta for the last time when he performs in Hong Kong as part of his farewell world gala tour, at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. Comment?
The dreampop band would rather be in the studio than on the stage, so their upcoming Hong Kong gig marks a rare chance to see Johan Duncanson, Martin Larsson and Daniel TjA der live Right now, the only place to be for fans of The Radio Dept. is as far as possible from the band's European home. Comment?
Wow, this is so good! The Swedish band Hater 's name sounds like it could have been an angry punk-band or a dark metal band, but thankfully this band sounds nothing like that. The quartet from Malmo play beautifully crafted indiepop, with lovely lead vocals by Caroline Landahl. Comment?
I would imagine that for a Canadian spring would be a pretty joyous and inspiring time of the year. Mitch Radcliffe and his homies take that and ran with it and produced a pretty sick video. Comment?
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we'll provide the jams. People see rock and roll as youth culture, and when youth culture becomes monopolized by big business, what are the youth to do? Do you, do you have any idea? Comment?
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