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Buzz Osborne
Buzz Osborne
Buzz Osborne

For 30 years, the Melvins have been one of the noisiest trios out there. But now singer-guitarist Buzz Osborne has just released his solo debut, This Machine Kills Artists. The acoustic songs show a different side of Osborne, w...

 
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Jamie Marks Is Dead
Jamie Marks Is Dead
Jamie Marks Is Dead

In 2007, writer Christopher Barzak won the Crawford Award for his debut novel, One for Sorrow, the coming-of-age story of a teen who sees the ghost of a dead schoolmate. The book was turned into a film, Jamie Marks Is Dead, whi...

 
 
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Paul Thorn
Paul Thorn
Paul Thorn

On his new albumToo Blessed To Be Stressed, singer-songwriter Paul Thorn takes a break from autobiography to provide a few observations about everyday life and the current state of the world. He has said the songs are about “un...

 
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Gogol Bordello
Gogol Bordello
Gogol Bordello

Gogol Bordello has been through numerous incarnations and featured a variety of musicians and dancers over the years. Singer Eugene Hütz doesn’t think these changes are symbolic of any kind of instability. Rather, they’re...

 
 
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Cracker
Cracker
Cracker

In the wake of the dissolution of indie rock heroes Camper Van Beethoven — their underground hit “Take the Skinheads Bowling” is one of our favorite songs of all time — singer-guitarist David Lowery teamed up with childhood fri...

 
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The Polyphonic Spree
The Polyphonic Spree
The Polyphonic Spree

The Polyphonic Spree releases Psychphonic, a remix LP, on August 12. It takes songs from the band’s most recent album, Yes, It’s True, and reimagines them. We talked to frontman Tim DeLaughter, who called from his Austin home a...

 
 
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David Gray
David Gray
David Gray

Singer-songwriter David Gray had a big breakthrough in 1999 when White Ladder was a hit. His newest album, Mutineers, has more of an edge to it as Gray inflects the music with electronic beats and more intense vocals. He recent...