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6 items by Andrew Flanagan

  • Give You The Ghost

    Give You The Ghost | ALBUM REVIEW

    Last summer, Ryan Olson and Channy Casselle – whose previous collaboration, Gayngs' 2010 LP Relayted, was a mesmerizing slab of cheesed-out neo-soul that featured Bon Iver – wrote Give You The Ghost in only a month's time. Quickly, a band...

    February 8, 2012 12:30 PM ET
  • Madness in Miniature

    Madness in Miniature | ALBUM REVIEW

    This Cleveland band – singer-guitarist Nicole Barille and drummer-pianist Sam Meister – is at once Rust Belt scrappy and dreamily explosive, like they can't decide if they want to represent their hometown or blow it up. Mr....

    November 22, 2011 12:05 AM ET
  • Das Racist Close Out Tour With Raucous Hometown Show

    Das Racist Close Out Tour With Raucous Hometown Show | ARTICLE

    Things seen projected behind Das Racist as they returned home for the last show on their tour at Brooklyn's sold-out Music Hall of Williamsburg: Alf, purple Bart Simpsons, Majestic Dragon, Eighties leotarded aerobics,...

    November 17, 2011 1:05 PM ET
  • Little Dragon Attacks New York

    Little Dragon Attacks New York | ARTICLE

    Gothenburg, Sweden's Little Dragon make a compelling case for following those inner voices. The group's members have only been in one band, only done one thing, and it's an equation that squares itself into one of the...

    October 17, 2011 11:30 AM ET
  • Portishead, Public Enemy, Jeff Mangum Dazzle at ATP: I'll Be Your Mirror

    Portishead, Public Enemy, Jeff Mangum Dazzle at ATP: I'll Be Your Mirror | ARTICLE

    After three years tucked into Kutsher's Resort in the Catskills, All Tomorrow's Parties brought this year's fest, titled I'll Be Your Mirror and curated by Portishead, to the Atlantic Ocean. ATP is known unofficially as "the festival for grown-ups,"...

    October 3, 2011 11:25 AM ET
  • Elusive Jeff Mangum Performs to Rapt Crowd at ATP

    Elusive Jeff Mangum Performs to Rapt Crowd at ATP | ARTICLE

    Without a word, Neutral Milk Hotel frontman Jeff Magnum walked onto the stage of Asbury Park's gilded, enveloping Paramount Theatre last night and eased into "Oh Comely," staring straight ahead, singing "soft silly music is meaningful, magical."...

    October 1, 2011 1:35 PM ET
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