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Antibalas on tour, playing two Brooklyn shows with offshoot group Here Lies Man

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Brooklyn Afrobeat vets Antibalas released Where the Gods Are Peace via Daptone last fall — their sixth album and first in five years. It found them in top form and you can stream the whole thing below. The ensemble have tour dates starting this month in Washington, DC and have two Brooklyn shows with awesome stoner metal afrobeat offshoot Here Lies Man…

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The Quietus’ Albums of the Year 2017

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Always one of the most unique year-end lists, UK site The Quietus have just revealed their Albums of the Year 2017. At #1 is Peasant by modern British Folk singer Richard Dawson.

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Rough Trade Shops’ Top 100 LPs of 2017

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

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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Singles Club: VOWWS + Snowball ii + Here Lies Man

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Singles Club: VOWWS + Snowball ii + Here Lies Man

Consider Singles Club your musical matchmaker. I do hope you’ll give all these ready to mingle bachelors and bachelorettes your ear as you listen to some new favorite tunes. Read on in the hopes of finding your musical love connection.

The latest single from transplanted Aussie duo VOWWS, “Heartbreaker,” recalls some of Depeche Mode’s dreamiest darkness, with a hint of the industrial gnawing at the edges of the glamourous gloom. Make sure you catch VOWWS on their tour with White Lies, landing in DC 2/1.

  


Music lovers of a certain age will appreciate Snowball ii‘s nod to the clamorous ...

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Here Lies Man = afrobeat stoner metal with a member of Antibalas (listen)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

You might know Marcos Garcia best for his work with the afrobeat band Antibalas, but he also leads the heavy psych band Here Lies Man, whose goal is to the answer the question: “What if Black Sabbath played Afrobeat?”

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