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End of the Road fest: 2018 lineup

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The 2018 lineup was revealed today featuring headliners Vampire Weekend (their first show in four years) and St. Vincent, plus Feist, Yo La Tengo, Ezra Furman, Jeff Tweedy, John Cale, Oh Sees, Gruff Rhys, Fat White Family, Julia Holter, Destroyer, Big Thief, Aldous Harding, Hookworms, Omar Souleyman, Mulatu Astatke, Protomartyr, Japanese Breakfast, Gwenno, and lots more.

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Courtney Barnett made a tour playlist (listen)

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The playlist includes music by Big Thief, Camp Cope, Lizzo, Waxahatchee, Torres, St. Vincent, Bjork, Aldous Harding, Sheer Mag, Vagabon, Angel Olsen, Joni Mitchell, and more.

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20 Best New(ish) Artists of 2017

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It’s harder and harder to figure out what really qualifies as a ”new” artist, but here are 20 that we love that are at least new-ish, from Phoebe Bridgers to Vagabon to Cardi B.

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BrooklynVegan’s Top 50 Albums of 2017

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From Perfume Genius to Kendrick Lamar to Power Trip to Julien Baker, here are our 50 favorite albums of 2017.

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NPR’s Top 100 Songs of 2017

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NPR Music’s list includes tracks from Cardi B, Big Thief, King Krule, Drake, Harry Styles, Father John Misty, and more.

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NPR’s Top 50 Albums of 2017

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As always, NPR’s list mixes the pop/rock/rap/electronic/etc choices that most lists have with jazz, contemporary classical, and other stuff you may not have heard of.

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Kevin Morby tells us about his 10 favorite albums of 2017

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Kevin writes as eloquently about other people’s music as he does with his own lyrics. Check out his favorites of the year.

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Gorilla Vs Bear’s favorite albums of 2017

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Long-running music blog Gorilla Vs Bear’s year-end lists are always pretty different from your average Best Albums list, albeit in a way that fits in with its trippy dreampop tastes. Their 2017 top spot goes to Yaeji for her pair of 2017 EPs

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Uncut’s Top 75 Albums of 2017

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As usual, Uncut‘s list has some similarities to their sister publication MOJO, but they have some other surprises in store too.

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MOJO’s Top 50 Albums of 2017

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Best of the Year Season continues, having begun last week with Rough Trade Shops’ list

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Rough Trade Shops’ Top 100 LPs of 2017

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It’s officially End-of-the-Year list season as Rough Trade Shops — always first out of the gate — have announced their Top 100 Albums of 2017…

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End of the Road 2017 pics (Father John Misty, Mac DeMarco, Waxahatchee, more)

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This year’s fest took place August 31 – September 3 at the UK’s Larmer Tree Gardens and saw sets from Father John Misty, Mac DeMarco, Waxahatchee, Slowdive, The Moonlandingz, Jesus & Mary Chain, Amadou and Mariam, Aldous Harding, Real Estate, Foxygen, Alex Cameron, Baxter Dury, Girl Ray, and lots more.

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Pop Montreal announces more 2017 artists

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Pop Montreal happens September 13 – 17. New Addi include William Basinski, Juana Molina, John Maus, Aldous Harding, Mourn, Lucy Dacus and lots more.

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Desert Daze 2017 lineup additions: Panda Bear, John Cale, The Make-Up, Liars & more

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The 2017 edition of Desert Daze happens October 12 – 15 at The Institute of Mentalphysics in Joshua Tree, CA.

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Aldous Harding shares “Blend” video

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“The concept is based on that awful scene from ‘Apocalypse Now’ where the playmates pile out of the helicopter,” says Aldous. “The costume was handmade for me, it turned out great. It’s in the bin. I spent eight hours dancing on a Lazy Susan, it was easy really.”

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Aldous Harding, Tiny Hazard & M Lamar in a Greenpoint church (pics)

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New Zealand’s Aldous Harding released her great 4AD debut Party last month, and we were thrilled to have her headline the BrooklynVegan x AdHoc Northside showcase last night (6/8) at Greenpoint’s Park Church Co-Op, a truly gorgeous setting to see her in…

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Five Notable Releases of the Week (5/19)

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This week’s Notable Releases include Tigers Jaw’s anticipated ‘Charmer’ followup, Aldous Harding’s John Parish-produced album for 4AD, Land of Talk’s comeback album, and more.

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Nelsonville Fest 2017 lineup (Ween, TMBG, Emmylou Harris, Conor Oberst, Jenny Lewis, more)

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The Ohio music festival also includes Rodriguez, Cloud Nothings, Parquet Courts, Big Thief, Jay Som, Margaret Glaspy, Aldous Harding, and more.

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Hopscotch 2017 lineup (Solange, Future Islands, RTJ, Brian Jonestown Massacre, more)

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The annual Raleigh, NC music festival also includes Angel Olsen, Big Boi, Margo Price, Afghan Whigs, The Make-Up, Mary Timony Plays Helium, and more.

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Lorde put Weyes Blood & Aldous Harding in playlist +++++ Tiny Hazard & M Lamar added to BV Northside show

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Lorde and Weyes Blood join Future, Paul Simon, Nancy Sinatra, Black Star, Santigold, Bon Iver and more on Lorde’s new Spotify playlist.

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H Hawkline releasing ‘I Romanticize’ (listen to “My Mine”), playing NYC w/ Sam Kogon & Air Waves

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H. Hawkline‘s second album, I Romanticize, will be out June 2 via Heavenly. He made the album with frequent collaborator Cate Le Bon and co-producer Samur Khouja (whose Seahorse Sound was where the record was made), with help from Josiah Steinbrick and Warpaint drummer Stella Mozgawa

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