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Guest DJ: Matty Healy Of The 1975 On Making Music From Now On

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The Most Important Band Of Your College Years

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LCD Soundsystem's Final Bash, Relived

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The fictional band from This Is Spinal Tap plays a real-life concert in 1984. Nigel Tufnel, the guitarist played by Christopher Guest, favored amplifiers whose volume could be cranked up to 11. Ebet Roberts/Redferns hide caption

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These Go To 11: Songs Best Heard Extra-Loud

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New Mix: Low, The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, More

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LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy stopped by The Current to play some of his favorite songs. Ruvan Wijesooriya hide caption

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Guest DJ: LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy

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