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Day For Night 2017 schedule (Aphex Twin vs Run the Jewels vs John Carpenter)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The first day just has a few sets (including the “unique digital sets” by Bjork) with no overlaps at all, but days two and three have some tough conflicts. You have to choose between Aphex Twin and Run the Jewels on Saturday, and part of those sets overlap with John Carpenter too…

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Day For Night 2016 lineup: Bjork, Aphex Twin, Butthole Surfers, Jesus & Mary Chain, John Carpenter, more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

This seriously awesome fest also includes Run the Jewels, Blood Orange, Little Dragon, Blonde Redhead, Thundercat, Kamasi Washington, S U R V I V E, Uncle Acid, and many more.

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Best of the B Sides: “Small Town Moon”

Source: Rock On Philly

I saw Regina Spektor play in 2012, just after What We Saw from the Cheap Seats came out. She’s quite simply one of the most enchanting artists currently recording. To sum up her style perfectly (in her own words): “It doesn’t feel natural for me to write some diary type song. I want to write a classic like ‘Yesterday‘ but weird songs about meatballs in refrigerators come into my head – I can’t help it.” Her music is decidedly quirky, both elementally simple and endlessly complex in the same beat. 2012’s What We Saw from the Cheap Seats ...

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Movement – Us

Source: All Things Go

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These past twelve months have been pretty big for R&B, what with Frank Ocean, Miguel and The Weeknd releasing fantastic records and breaking out into mainstream success. On the chiller side of the spectrum is up-and-coming Sydney group Movement. The Aussie trio creates some pretty awesome songs on the same level as the aforementioned breakouts, but with a much darker, subtle atmosphere. Fans of the smooth, sensual sounds of Rhye or quiet storm queen Sade will really dig these guys a lot.

Today they released a new single called “Us,” which sticks to the standard sexy lyrics you’d expect ...

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