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The best in grindcore, sludge, avant-garde—and a band on a boat
The Australian indie-pop quartet prepares for its U.S. debut
More of Australia's best! Introducing Dave Graney, Edward Guglielmino And The Show, Leader Cheetah, Northeast Party House and That Velvet Echo
Music from down under with Wolf And Cub, Hunz and more
Music from down under with Deep Sea Arcade, Tiny Spiders, Voyager and more.
Should we take Bethany Cosentino seriously?
Music from down under with Velociraptor, Pluto Jonze and more.
CMJ staff plays hype man to its favorite albums
Cabs, deals and directions for those who cross the bridge
Cool door guys, Mick Jagger's favorite bar and a house you're not getting into
Frollicking lo-fi finds from Chicago and Paris
Canada's largest city has a soulful heart (and 24-hour diners)
Tongue-twisting monikers, ear-easing music
Deep house cuts and dance parties on the river
From Paris to Fairbanks and from the Loire Valley to the Gateway Arch, we find new French tunes on college radio
Really good margs and friendly bars
Biergartens, falafel and psychedelic tunes from overseas
Congratulations to the students and staff at East Stroudsburg University!
Dispatches from a small, small town in northwestern England
Contest closes March 15
Catch them at the United Palace Theatre on Friday
Tunes to tide you over
Run The Jewels, Shura and more
<cite>You're In The World, Get Off Your Feet</cite> arrives February 2015
The EP drops October 21 on Jurassic Pop
<cite>Of Colors</cite> is out October 21
Getting acquainted with pitched pop and noisy mood music
Harris Cole, Lil Sad and more
<cite>Reverie State</cite> arrives October 28
Yawn frontman Adam Gil goes solo
<cite>In Roses</cite> out now on Hardly Art
Dark sounds for dark days
An interesting evening
The booking biggies unloaded a round of indie rock young guns
A great party in the East Village
Great Great Britain
South Africa comes to NYC
Kiwis take Manhattan
Intimate surf 'n' turf in Brooklyn
Special guests not required
Less heat, fewer bands, more mud
Not the end of the weekend
Norman Greenbaum would be proud
There are big things in store for Kodaline. So big that they can't announce them yet.
Living the Woody Allen dream
We catch up with the duo at DC's Black Cat
Talking electronic music, drumming and nerdy stage set-ups
"Please, sign my buttcheeks!"
Battling demons with a pedal steel
'Soft Will' is out now
Walking a fine avant-garde line
Chillin' out max and relaxing all cool
Have a tallboy of L.A. PBR&B
Buy one badge, get one free before December 31
Do we have any questions?
Words from the wise
King Dude, Heliotropes, Yuck and other not yucky acts to see
Dismemberment Plan, HAERTS, Saint Vitus and more
The digital revolution and a dark maze to metal's soul
Speedy Ortiz, Traumahelikopter, Spaceships and more
On today's docket: urban alternative, music placement and much more
Courtney Barnett, U.S. Girls and some guys too!
The challenges of indie label life, plus, how many pairs of underwear to pack when you go on tour
Fests, videos and doing it in the bedroom. Ooh baby!
The Bongos, Sondre Lerche, Kelela, and some other punks