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TheMusic.FM Presents: Catalpa Festival Expands with Girl Talk, Matt and Kim and More

“Catalpa’s initial adventure into New York already had The Black Keys and Snoop Dogg headlining the festival at Randall’s Island on July 28 and 29, 2012. If that was not enough for you, the festival […]

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TheMusic.FM Presents: The Guggenheim to Host Musical Series Featuring Cold Cave, Zola Jesus and Grouper

    “The Guggenheim will host Divine Ricochet, a three-part music series that will feature Cold Cave, Zola Jesus and Grouper with Julianna Barwick. The music events will run alongside the John Chamberlain: Choices retrospective. The series will […]

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TheMusic.FM Presents: Bleeding Knees Club Have Fun at Mercury Lounge

“The Australian duo, Bleeding Knees Club kept it short and sweet at Mercury Lounge. Pop punk played fast and loose, Bleeding Knees Club were easy to get into despite the painful sounding name that brings […]

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TheMusic.FM Presents: Escaping with Jane’s Addiction at The Paramount

“Jane’s Addiction stopped by The Paramount in Huntington in support of its Theatre of the Escapists tour. These alternative purveyors of the perverse continue to deliver high energy and engaging performances that put many new, and much […]

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TheMusic.FM Presents: Tibet House Benefit Celebrates Creativity and Freedom

“The 21st Annual Tibet House Benefit was an eclectic and diverse affair at Carnegie Hall. Celebrating, creativity, passion and freedom for Tibet, Philip Glass brought disparate artists together for one beautiful cause. The evening began […]

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TheMusic.FM Presents: LA Embraces Wilco

“It’s pretty hard to put Wilco’s music in one category. Some say alternative rock, alternative country, etc. But as one of America’s best bands today, their talent spans many musical genres and their live shows […]

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TheMusic.FM Presents: Looking Back at Turn on the Bright Lights

“Looking back at some great albums from 2002 (heck may even go back to 1992), TheMusic.FM is going to engage in commentary, looking at some highlights, low lights, flashes in the pans and missed opportunities. […]

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