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Tour Dates: Rock The Bells

We keep our eyes peeled for new tour dates announcements each week and compile them on Tuesdays (well Wednesday this week if you want to be a stickler) for this

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Reggie Watts: Live at Third Man Records

Acerbic, arcane, and completely chaotic, Reggie Watts is one of the hottest names in comedy right now.  Part funk musician, part beat-boxer, and full-time improvisational humorist, Watts has gained a great deal of exposure largely due to Conan O’Brien, who championed him as the opening act on last summer’s Legally Prohibited From Being on Television tour (Watts hilariously refers to him as Jimmy Fallon during this set).  Since then, he has been touring worldwide and making frequent guest spots on Conan’s new late-night TBS talk show. 

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LCD Soundsystem’s Swan Song @ MSG: Setlist, Photos and Videos

LCD Soundsystem went out with a bang last night at Madison Square Garden in NYC. The band’s grand finale included rarities, balloons and a guest spot by Arcade Fire over the course of the marathon performance. All in all, James Murphy and his band played a total of 29 songs with lots of honest and at times hilarious banter interspersed. It was the rare heavily hyped show that lived up to the massive expectations thrust upon it.

[All photos by Sunil Soman]

Here’s a look at the final LCD Soundsystem setlist…

LCD Soundsystem Setlist Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA 2011, NYC Farewell Shows

Our pal Sunil Soman shot video of a handful of tunes from yesterday’s show. Check out this playlist featuring Drunk Girls, Get Innocuous, Too Much Love, All My Friends, 45:33 (w/ Reggie Watts) and Sound of Silver as well as North American Scum (w/ Arcade Fire)…

READ ON for more of Sunil’s photos from LCD Soundsystem’s swan song and a webcast rip of the entire show that may or may not get taken down…

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Announcement: Sasquatch! Festival

The Sasquatch! Festival will return to The Gorge in George, WA over Memorial Day Weekend boasting a lineup jammed packed with indie faves who are on major labels such as Wilco, the Flaming Lips (performing The Soft Bulletin plus more), Modest Mouse, Death Cab For Cutie, Chromeo, The Decemberists and the Foo Fighters.

Four-day all-inclusive passes are currently available for $285.

[via Pitchfork]

READ ON for the full initial lineup…

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