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Free Deerhoof Show and Broadcast Tonight

If you're in Brooklyn tonight, head down to Prospect Park Bandshell for a free Deerhoof show. The unconventional indie rock trio from San Francisco will be playing songs off their forthcoming Kill Rock Stars album, Offend Maggie, set for release October 7.

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  • 07/18/2008

Loading... E3 ’08 Report!

It’s been a while, but we are back in full effect with the latest from the E3 Expo! Nothing too terribly earth-shattering, but we break it down into digestible chunks for you here, dear reader!

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Mishka Unveils New Compilation Series

Mishka is well known for having an ear and eye tuned to the scene, and for its latest tastemaking project, the New York-based clothing company turns to mixtapes, with its new Keep Watch series.

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  • 07/18/2008

Top 10: Koushik, Digitalism, Tittsworth

Koushik
Out My Window
Stones Throw
Release Date: September 30

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Dirt Crew to Release Collection 02

The Dirt Crew boys are back, with a follow up to 2007's Collection 01, creatively titled Collection 02.

James Flavour and Break 3000's latest compilation consists of several unreleased tracks and remixes from the likes of Tigerskin, Chopstick, Gregor Tresher, as well as a few from the duo itself. In addition to these tracks, the release, due out September 15, will come packaged with some digital-only extras. As far as the musical style goes, one need only know that minimal is king here.

Collection 02
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  • 07/17/2008

Artists Reinterpret '80s Videogames

Hailed by the LA Weekly as "Best Art Show," I Am 8-Bit returns to Los Angeles this summer, for its fourth annual exhibition.

The show was initially launched in April of 2005, when visual artists interpreted classic videogames like Mario, Sonic, and Pac-Man, and the event quickly mushroomed into one of L.A.'s largest collective art exhibitions.

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  • 07/17/2008

Peanut Butter Wolf Goes Crazy for Eight

Boredoms are holding their massive, 88-man-strong drum performance on 08/08/08, and in a similarly ambitious, though somewhat different vein, Stones Throw boss Peanut Butter Wolf will celebrate the month of August with his 888 tour of Los Angeles.

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  • 07/17/2008

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