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Inventions' new album, Maze Of Woods, comes out March 17.
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March 8, 2015 Explosions In The Sky guitarist Mark Smith and Eluvium's Matthew Cooper make natural collaborators. On their second album as Inventions, they craft head-nodding, vaguely unsettling music together.
December 23, 2011 As one of indie rock's in-demand producers, engineers, mixers, Congleton is an all-around utility player whose musical fingerprints are all over a ton of stellar recordings from 2011.
September 14, 2010 The Austin post-rock band curated All Tomorrow's Parties in 2008. Now it's returned to perform at the music festival's 10th-anniversary party. Listen to the band's epic set here.
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March 26, 2007 The Austin, Texas, band called Explosions in the Sky has spent eight years pursuing what might strike some as a tiny sub-speciality: alternative instrumental rock. The band has a new album called All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone.
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Explosions in the Sky, live from the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C.
March 17, 2007 Instrumental rock group Explosions in the Sky, electronic artist Eluvium and avant-garde noise-pop band The Paper Chase meet in the nation's capital for a night of music, recorded live from the 9:30 Club.
January 25, 2006 Rilo Kiley singer Jenny Lewis; Gorgeous odds and ends from Hem; Former Byrds singer Roger McGuinn; Remembering the remarkable Mozart; Instrumental rock by Explosions in the Sky and more.
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