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New Music: Yuck, Electronic Music Pioneer Roedelius, Chastity Belt And More

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On The Road To Rock Excess: Why The '60s Really Ended In 1973

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Maxwell's, in Hoboken, N.J., hosted Bruce Springsteen, Nirvana and the Replacements, to name a few. George Kopp hide caption

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Maxwell's, The Beloved New Jersey Venue, Closes

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Colin Meloy, Live In Concert: Newport Folk 2013

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Andrew Bird, Live In Concert: Newport Folk 2013

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Listen To Jeff Lynne On World Cafe

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New Music: Sebadoh, Moderat, Typhoon, The Civil Wars And More

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Guards: Tiny Desk Concert

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Ebony Bones' new album, Behold, A Pale Horse, comes out August 5. Tim Bret-Day/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Behold, A Pale Horse (The Symphony Orchestra Of India)

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Hüsker Dü's Timekeeper Finds A Lost Paradise

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New Music: Beck, Okkervil River, Goldfrapp, More

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