Stars: The North

The North divulges the intense heartfelt-ness of this band, that is the cornerstone of exactly what Stars as a group is– sometimes excessive, but never without sincerity, profundity and the type of passionate enthusiasm that few bands possess.

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California Wives Teach Us Art History

Glide Magazine recently spoke with Jayson Kramer of California Wives about the band’s history, the writing and recording of Art History, their love of British bands and what they’re planning for the future of the band.

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Stars: The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA 11/10/10

Oftentimes bands lose steam after a year of promoting an album, tapering off at the end from the weariness of touring and media appearances, but this was not the case as Stars winded up their last tour to support Ghosts in November. Instead, they burst with energy and ended the era on a serious high note.

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Pullin’ ‘Tubes: If It Ain’t Broke

It seems hard to believe that it’s been five years since Canadian indie-rock collective Broken Social Scene released their self-titled third album. Since then, BSS’s individual members have gone on

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Tour Dates: MGMT’s Psychedelic Summer

With MGMT’s much buzzed about sophomore album Congratulations hitting stores today, the Brooklyn-based act has revealed their summer touring plans. Andrew VanWyngarden & Ben Goldwasser, who kicked off a sold

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