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Q Magazine’s Top 50 Albums of 2017

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

What does this long-running UK monthly music mag think is the best album of 2017?

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Girl Ray releasing holiday single (listen), announce 2018 tour

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“Christmas is great and everything but where are the indie bangers?” asks Girl Ray‘s Sophie Moss, who then answers her own question with the announcement of holiday single “(I Wish I Were Giving You A Gift) This Christmas”…

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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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Five Notable Releases of the Week (8/4)

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This week’s Notable Releases include Faith No More/Slayer offshoot Dead Cross, A$AP Twelvyy’s debut, Limp Wrist’s first album in nine years, and more.

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Girl Ray share new single “Don’t Go Back at Ten”

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“Don’t Go Back at Ten,” which typifies Girl Ray’s charming, pastoral sound (think Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci, The Pastels or Electrelane). The UK band’s debut LP is out in August.

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Glastonbury 2017 set times

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Radiohead vs Dizzee Rascal vs Major Lazer vs part of Flaming Lips? Little Dragon vs The xx vs Future Islands? Foo Fighters vs Alt-J vs The Jacksons vs Phoenix?

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Glastonbury 2017 lineup (Radiohead, Katy Perry, Foo Fighters, The National, Ride, Can Project, more)

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It was already revealed months ago that Radiohead would headline Glastonbury 2017, and today over 80 more acts were announced, including Phoenix, Run the Jewels, Alt-J, Future Islands, The Flaming Lips, The Avalanches, and more…

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BBC 6 Music Festival: 2017 lineup & tix

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The BBC’s indie/alt station is throwing a three day fest in Glasgow featuring Depeche Mode, The Jesus & Mary Chain, Ride, Belle & Sebastian, Father John Misty, Sparks, The Wedding Present, The Shins, Warpaint, Edwyn Collins, Future Islands, and tons more

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End of the Road Festival: 2017 lineup + tickets

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

This UK festival, set at the idyllic Larmer Tree Gardens, features Father John Misty, Mac Demarco, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Band of Horses, Ty Segall, Real Estate, Parquet Courts, Perfume Genius, Car Seat Headrest, Foxygen, The Lemon Twigs, and lots more.

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Green Man Festival: 2017 lineup & tickets

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PJ Harvey, Ryan Adams and Future Islands headline this festival which takes place in Wales in August.

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UK band Girl Ray ready debut 7″ for Moshi Moshi Singles Club (watch “Where Am I Now” video)

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Promising London band Girl Ray will release their debut 7″ on November 25 via Moshi Moshi. The group, all still in their teens, make sophisticated, melancholic indiepop that recalls Cate Le Bon, Electrelane, and Dolly Mixture…

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Meilyr Jones shares “Strange/Emotional” video, played London with Girl Ray @ Moth Club (pics)

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Former Race Horses frontman Meilyr Jones recently released his excellent debut solo album, 2013, and he’s just put out a video for one of the poppier/rockier songs on the album, “Strange/Emotional.” (Much of the record is baroque pop more akin to Jacques Brel or Scott Walker, via Wales.)…

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