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Friday, January 17, 2014

Today's Music News: Wasted Years, an Echo, and a High School Throwback

Posted by on Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 1:37 PM

High School Throwback: Eight tracks off of a lo-fi basement recording of Dave Grohl's high- school-era band, Dain Bramage, have recently resurfaced and been released by Antiquiet. Check out "Space Cat"!

Move Over, R. Kelly: You can now stream the world's longest echo in a man-made structure, because internet.

"I'll Burn it Down": Archer and FX will be digitally releasing a country album featuring Cheryl Tunt, the arson-inclined secretary whose pursuit of the spotlight in the country music scene is central in this season's absurd story arc.

The Boss Has Spoken: Bruce Springsteen confirms he is a big fan of Kanye West in an interview about his High Hopes album released on January 13th, thus fulfilling the mandatory mention of Kanye West in any and all news articles.

New OFF! is on the Way: Super punk supergroup OFF! have announced the impending release of their new album, Wasted Years, due out April 8 through Vice. If the tracklist is any indication, the album will be soul crushingly dark.

Don't let the party poopers win! Help support spontaneous, irresponsible partying by preordering Wimps' new EP Party at the Wrong Time here, out on Help Yourself Records at the end of the month.


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