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  • Dan Deacon explores 'America'

    Dan Deacon explores 'America'
    Dan Deacon’s new album is titled “America” (Domino). Nothing like aiming high: It’s a song cycle on what it means to be a citizen of a troubled democracy, and you can dance to it. The classically trained Deacon works with an orchestra, merges it with his own array of hand-me-down keyboards and electronics, and then tops it off with some of the most ambitious lyrics of a career primarily focused on instrumental music.
  • A new stage for Arcade Fire

    A new stage for Arcade Fire
    When the Montreal band Arcade Fire arrives at the Forum this weekend for two shows, brothers/bandmates Win and Will Butler won't be the first family members to have stepped onto its stage. "My grandpa played there back in the day," Win Butler said in...

    B.O.M.B. Fest, Day 1: Weezer and Titus Andronicus Dominate in Hartford

    B.O.M.B. Fest, Day 1: Weezer and Titus Andronicus Dominate in Hartford
    Call it a toss-up: Weezer and Titus Andronicus were the best of the 37 bands performing Saturday on the first day of this year’s B.O.M.B. Fest at Comcast Theatre in Hartford. Weezer was a given: the veteran power-pop band has the experience and the...

    Baltimore band Wye Oak: Juggling loneliness and aloneness on their new 'Civilian'

     
    In the liner notes for the new Wye Oak album, "Civilian," Jenn Wasner explains that her new songs are about “aloneness (the positive kind)” and “loneliness (the horrible kind)." With help from Andy Stack, the other half of the Baltimore....

    Guided By Voices, the Descendents lead a Goldenvoice-bolstered FYF Fest

     
    Less than 24 hours after the conclusion of 2010's FYF Fest, promoter Sean Carlson issued an apology. The Labor Day weekend event, a celebration of underground and adventurous music, was soured by a lack of water, interminable lines and an...