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The Meadows 2017 set times (Gorillaz vs M.I.A., Weezer vs Nas)

Fortunately, there’s no overlap at all with Jay-Z.

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Osheaga 2017 Saturday pics (Broken Social Scene, Father John Misty, more)

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Osheaga continued Saturday with sets from Broken Social Scene, Father John Misty, Liam Gallagher, Beach Slang, Temples, Dawes, and more.

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Emily Haines shares “Planets” video, announces tour

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Broken Social Scene member and Metric singer Emily Haines has released a video for the “Planets,” the second single off her upcoming solo album Choir of the Mind. She also announced a tour with her backing band The Soft Skeleton…

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BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU: Playlist for July 19, 2017

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This week’s edition of BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU features brand new music from The War on Drugs, The National, Ariel Pink, Nine Inch Nails, Waxahatchee, Big Thief, This is the Kit, and more.

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My Morning Jacket’s One Big Holiday 2018 lineup: Broken Social Scene, Spoon, more

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My Morning Jacket‘s concert vacation One Big Holiday returns for its fourth edition in March, and this time it happens in the Dominican Republic.

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Broken Social Scene share dryly funny “Vanity Pail Kids” video

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Directed by the band’s Kevin Drew, it imagines a paralel universe where things are even more garbage-y than they are here, and stars a disillusioned toilet who is a mid-level indie artist struggling to finish his new album.

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Need to Feel Your Soft Sounds in the Storm: New Sheer Mag, Japanese Breakfast and Waxahatchee on the Indie Rock Hit Parade!

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Need to Feel Your Soft Sounds in the Storm: New Sheer Mag, Japanese Breakfast and Waxahatchee on the Indie Rock Hit Parade!

Sheer Mag | photo by Marie Lin | courtesy of the artist

A jam-packed Indie Rock Hit Parade is coming your way tonight, and there’s no way to stop it! Listen at 11pm ET on XPN (that’s right after What’s The Frequency??? with John Vettese, ya know?) for a full two-hour show that features not one, not two, but THREE spotlights on new releases from three very different bands out of Philly. We’ll hear from Sheer Mag‘s incendiary debut, Need To Feel Your Love, the dreamy sophomore album from Japanese Breakfast, Soft Sounds From Another Planet ...

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My Boo Boo: New Toro y Moi, Broken Social Scene & Beach House on the Indie Rock Hit Parade!

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My Boo Boo: New Toro y Moi, Broken Social Scene & Beach House on the Indie Rock Hit Parade!

Toro Y Moi | Photo by Andrew Paynter, courtesy of the artist

The Indie Rock Hit Parade returns to (relative) normalcy tonight at 11pm on XPN. Shortly after the July edition of Making Time RADio with Dave P, listen for a full two-hour show that, let’s face it, will be anything but normal. We’ve got a few new releases to spotlight, namely Broken Social Scene‘s rousing Hug of Thunder, the return of Chaz B. as Toro y Moi on Boo Boo, and Beach House‘s career-spanning set of B-Sides and Rarities. Also in the mix, ...

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Five Notable Releases of the Week (7/7)

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This week’s Notable Releases include the highly-anticipated, long-awaited Broken Social Scene album, Melvins’ new double album, and more.

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stream Broken Social Scene’s first album in 7 years, ‘Hug of Thunder’

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‘Hug of Thunder’ features Feist, Amy Millan and Evan Cranley of Stars, Emily Haines and James Shaw of Metric, and the rest of Broken Social Scene’s original 15 members, as well as newcomers like Ariel Engle. It comes out on Friday (7/7), but you can stream it now.

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Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste made a playlist of his favorite songs of 2017 so far (listen)

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Ed Droste of Grizzly Bear made a playlist of his favorite songs of 2017 so far. Grizzly Bear’s three singles are on there (Ed says, “Yes I included us Bc I’m proud of those tracks”)…

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Broken Social Scene share “Stay Happy” from new LP, expand 2017 tour

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Broken Social Scene have just shared “Stay Happy” from their terrific new album Hug of Thunder. This song features vocals from new addition to the BSS family, Ariel Engle

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Broken Social Scene will bring Hug of Thunder to The Fillmore in October

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Broken Social Scene will bring Hug of Thunder to The Fillmore in October

Broken Social Scene | photo via artist’s Facebook page

Broken Social Scene has been away for a little while — a whole seven years of a little while — but made a return this past March with a new single, “Halfway Home.” Now, details have finally surfaced at TheMusicToday.com on an upcoming album, titled Hug of Thunder.

Set for a July 7th release date, the album will feature twelve tracks. In addition to the band’s plethora of members, this LP will also feature collaborations with Feist, Emily Haines and James Shaw of Metric, and Amy Millan and Evan Cranley from ...

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Broken Social Scene announce new album ‘Hug of Thunder,’ playing The Meadows

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Broken Social Scene released their new single “Halfway Home” in March, and today they announced their first album since 2010’s Forgiveness Rock Record. It’s called Hug of Thunder, and it features Feist plus members of Metric and Stars.

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The Meadows fest 2017 lineup & tix: Jay Z, RHCP, Gorillaz, Nas, Future, Weezer, more

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Jay Z, Red Hot Chili Peppers & Gorillaz headline, with Future, Nas, Weezer, Run the Jewels, Erykah Badu, M.I.A., LL Cool J, Action Bronson, TV on the Radio, Big Boi, Broken Social Scene, Migos, Blood Orange and more.

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