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Comedy hip-hop trio The Lonely Island will release its second album, Turtleneck & Chain, on May 10. The album will showcase the first new material released by the group since it’s successful 2009 release, Incredibad.

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The Royal Wedding Playlist

April 28, 2011 7:50 pm by

Not since the British Invasion has America been so enamored with the blokes across the pond. Whether you care about the royal wedding or not, there’s no escaping it. Stay tuned for Vox‘s live coverage of the event. If you’re not an early bird, enjoy this jolly good playlist in the meantime.

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When Radiohead released The King of Limbs this February after four years of silence, the album’s 37-minute run time and the secretive nature of its release spawned immediate buzz about the possibility of a second album from the same sessions. Rumors continued to spread after [...]

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Z.A.P. CD Release Show

April 14, 2011 9:22 am by

Local seven-piece band Z.A.P. celebrates the release of its new self-titled album tomorrow at Sideshow. The band is known for its high energy and improvisational skills.

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American/British duo The Kills released their new album Blood Pressures today. The album’s straightforward, gritty feel is similar to that of other blues-rock duos, such as The Black Keys and The White Stripes, but is still refreshingly unique.

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The hit the road playlist

April 3, 2011 4:49 pm by

Spring break has come to an end, and today many college students will trade beaches for books and return to reality. Vox has compiled a list of the best driving songs to get your motor runnin’ and make the trip more bearable.

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The ’80s was a dark time for music. Gone were daring innovation and rebellion found in ’60s rock ’n roll, and the guitar-driven, hard-partying spirit of hard rock that fueled the ’70s had slowly evolved into uninspired synth lines and cheesy music videos filmed in an impenetrable fog of hairspray.

Sure, pop music in the [...]

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Slippy LaRue returns to CoMo

March 10, 2011 2:29 pm by

Slippy LaRue returns to Columbia tomorrow night as a part of its Electric Slippy Goodness Tour. The group, known for its funky psychedelic sound, will be playing tomorrow evening at Mojo’s with fellow electronic jammers Goodness Gracious, from St. Louis, and Electric Theory, from Lawrence, Kan.

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Heavy rain is threatening to put a damper on today’s True/False festivities. The True/False sign above the ticket office came loose in the storm and was taken down. The Burger and the King at Little Ragtag was paused in response to tornado sirens. True/False officials have assured festivalgoers that the March March scheduled tonight at [...]

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Boston punk band Street Dogs brings its high-energy act to Columbia tonight as a part of its Crooked, Drunken Sons Tour. The band features Dropkick Murphys’ original frontman Mike McColgan, who left the band in 1998 to become a Boston firefighter. After continuing to write music in his spare [...]

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After four years of silence, Foo Fighters are back with their seventh full-length album, Wasting Light, to be released on April 12. The first single, “Rope,” can be heard on the band’s website, and will be released for download starting March 1.

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