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Bled Fest Adds Tiny Moving Parts & Frameworks To Lineup

Tiny Moving Parts and Frameworks are now officially a part of Bled Fest’s 2014 lineup. You can check out the rest of the lineup so far below, after the jump. If you’re interested in having a blast at the festival, you can buy concert tickets here starting on March 1. And don’t forget to purchase a CD from your favorite bands in the meantime! Please follow and like us:

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Fest 12 Adds 38 Bands To Lineup

Fest 12, the massive four-day event in Gainesville, Florida, has added 38 additional bands to its already huge lineup.  See the full list of new artists performing after the jump and buy concert tickets here.     Please follow and like us:

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Father John Misty “Funtimes In Babylon” Music Video

Josh Tillman, aka Father John Misty, has released a music video for “Funtimes In Babylon” off of his most recent album, Fear Fun. Tillman had this to say in a recent press release about his new video: “Music videos don’t need blurbs. It’s like putting a brief summary before a Garfield comic strip. Also when did everyone start calling them ‘clips’? A ‘clip’ is an excerpt of a whole, I thought. Whoever posts this, don’t spoil the ending in your blurb, which will probably read like this: “Seattle-based folk beardo Father…

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Frameworks To Tour With Prawn, The Saddest Landscape, Old Gray

Frameworks have announced their tour with Prawn, The Saddest Landscape, and Old Gray today. Check out a list of tour dates after the jump, and buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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WATCH: Portugal. The Man “Purple Yellow Red And Blue” Music Video

Portugal. The Man’s second single “Purple, Yellow, Red and Blue” now has a video. The majority of the video seems to take place in a department store or a limo, and adds continual nods to the theme of satanic imagery and messages that create the landscape of evil. This only seems appropriate as their upcoming album is entitled Evil Friends. The album will be in stores June 4th. You can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here, and check out the video after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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The Cellophane Flowers ‘Staring At The World’ Album Review

You know those really great, almost timeless, female fronted bands that seem to grab your attention no matter the circumstances? If you know what I’m talking about you may want to consider adding another band to your list of go-to’s. The Cellophane Flowers, out of the U.K., are a fresh brand of pop hooks and upbeat choruses. Coupled with the vocal stylings of Francesca Corradini they shoot way past the proposed mark and lead the listener into a broad landscape of very different and original ideas. Each song is fueled…

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