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Even before indie-pop vocalist/producer PJ Wolf officially released any songs under the moniker Thief Urban, his eclectic-sounding side project was off on its own highly buzzed-about venture. In July of 2012, the Australian polymath first channeled Discovery’s seminal LP in “Closer,” a percolating pop number, the tone of which he would later drop in order […]

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Lollapalooza, one of America’s most well-known festivals, returns to Grant Park in Chicago this weekend for three days of incredible music. As always, there are too many incredible artists to list, so we decided to get you familiar with this year’s line-up by making a playlist for each day. This Friday installment features plenty of […]

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Rolling Stone: Experimental pop-rock outfit Ween calls it quits after 28 weird, lovely years. P4K: Folk singer/guitarist Doc Watson dies from complications after a recent abdominal surgery. YouTube: Hip-hop legend Nas drops a video for “Daughters.” CoS: Hey Mom and Dad! Regina Spektor played some tunes on Good Morning America! mtvU: The Black Keys are […]

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ABC: Watch videos from the 2011 American Music Awards performances. NPR: I. Love. Thanksgiving. (So does NPR). WSJ: Arrested no more—new Arrested Development episodes to appear on Netflix. NYPost: Computers stolen from Theophilus London contained some nudie pics, but he’s not concerned. HerCampus: This just in: Captain America goes to Georgetown University and has declared […]

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Theophilus London recently released Timez Are Weird These Days via Reprise Records. In addition to being one of my favorite album titles of the year, the content is quite refreshing as well. It’s a fun collection of songs, including an interesting collaboration with Sara Quin of Tegan and Sara on “Why Even Try” and the […]

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Theophilus London just recently dropped “Last Name London” and I’ll admit, I was a little annoyed that I had to go tweet something about him in order to download the song but….it was well worth it. This song goes hard. MP3: Theophilus London – “Last Name London”

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