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Daily Download: All Teeth and Knuckles "Looks So Good"

Former The Evaluation guitarist Patrick "Sick Face" Fallon is joined by Giovanni De La Cruz, and working together as All Teeth and Knuckles, these S.F.-based cats spit lyrics and shred guitars so emphatically, they should have every jaded hipster on the dancefloor shaking ass. Catch ATAK next week in S.F., at XLR8R's  Issue 109 Release Party.

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  • Filed under: news
  • 07/27/2007

Celebration Gets Modern

Celebration is far from a typical 4AD outfit. Featuring members from post-punk projects Lovelife and Jaks, the Baltimore-based trio whips up a post-goth circle of organ-driven mayhem that far exceeds the members’ spazz-punk pasts. Now prepping its sophomore release, The Modern Tribe, Celebration may be poised to join the ranks of 4AD legends, one sonic freak-out at a time.

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  • 07/26/2007

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  • 07/26/2007

The Week In Tours, July 26

This week the personified hype machine himself Jona “YACHT” Bechtolt traverses the States yet again packing small clubs and amphitheatres alike, while James Murphy as LCD Soundsystem stays in the live mix with a few dates on both coasts. Next, Kitsuné’s L.A.

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  • 07/26/2007

Sole Preps New Album

It’s been two and a half years since Tim Holland (a.k.a. Sole) released a full-length, and Sole and the Skyrider Band hints at what the Anticon. artist has been up to all this time.

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  • 07/26/2007

Daily Download: Koushik and Percee P "Reverse Pt. 2"

By now, fans of hip-hop are familiar with Stones Throw's Chrome Children series, and Volume 2 delivers more of the same eclectic hip-hop, soul, and funky electro beats found on the first. Here, Koushik and Percee P slink and croon their way through the saucy, energetic "Reverse Part 2."

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  • 07/26/2007

The Social Registry Throws a Social

The Social Registry is one of the labels we love for many reasons, and now throwing festivals one of them. The Brooklyn based-imprint is responsible for releasing records from the likes of Gang Gang Dance, Blood On the Wall, and Psychic Ills, and its roster is expanding exponentially. Recently enlisting psych duo Growing, Mike Bones, Sian Alice Group, and Douglas Armour to its army, the label will showcase its old and newfound talent with a two-day outdoor celebration at Brooklyn’s The Yard.

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  • Filed under: news
  • 07/25/2007

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