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Mark Kozelek dreams of Elliott Smith on track from new LP w/ Ben Boye & Jim White

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Sun Kil Moon’s Mark Kozelek stays busy. Having already released a collaborative album with Parquet Courts Sean Yeaton this year, he’s got another collaborative LP, this one with Jim White (Dirty Three, Nick Cave) and Ben Boye, that will be out in October.

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pics: David Bowie Tribute @ Carnegie Hall (Michael Stipe, Flaming Lips, Debbie Harry, Robyn Hitchcock, Pixies & more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin

Last night’s fun David Bowie tribute at Carnegie Hall featured performances by The Flaming Lips, Cat Power, Heart’s Ann Wilson, Robyn Hitchcock, Gogol Bordello’s Eugene Hutz, Michael Stipe, Jakob Dylan, The Mountain Goats, and many, many more…

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Flaming Lips, Michael Stipe, Pixies, Cat Power & more paid tribute to David Bowie at Carnegie Hall (pics / review / setlist)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The first of two David Bowie tribute benefit concerts happened at Carnegie Hall on Thursday night (3/31). These “Music Of…”, produced by Michael Dorff, happen every year but this year, with Bowie’s Death being announced mere hours after this show was announced, made it more anticipated than most…

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J Mascis, Patti Smith & more added to this week’s big David Bowie tributes; Radio City show will be streamed live

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Those already star-studded David Bowie tributes at  Carnegie Hall and Radio City happening this week have added even more artists to their lineups. Thursday’s show at Carnegie (3/31) now features Patti Smith and Eugene Hutz of Gogol Bordello, while Friday’s Radio City show (4/1) has added Esperanza Spalding, Ron Pope and TV on the Radio’s Kyp Malone

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David Bowie Confronts Death and Legacy on ‘Blackstar’

Source: Rock On Philly

Featured Image via Jimmy King

David Bowie has made a career of pursuing his artistic vision, slipping into new personas and identities as a means of embodying the themes and ideas in his music. No one is more suited to the title of rock’s real life Lazarus than David Bowie, a man who reinvented himself behind the masks of Ziggy Stardust, The Thin White Duke, Aladdin Sane, and more as he evolved as both an artist and a musician. Despite his ever-changing presence in music David Bowie maintained a resilient authenticity and sound that was uniquely his own. The later ...

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