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Sharon Van Etten isn’t the first girl to grab a guitar and sing about relationships gone sour. But when she does, people take notice—as well as bands like The National, Bon Iver, The Walkmen, Beirut and The Antlers. The liner notes of her new album, Tramp, read like a hipster’s Spotify playlist, and music blogs eagerly counted down the days to its February release. So what sets Van Etten apart and grants this musical misfit a seat at the cool table? Read More

 

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The cutesy poster child of indie vibe embraces seriousness and simplicity. Read More
 
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Charity: water's Scott Harrison :: The Religion of Hip Hop, Debating Calvinism, Feist, Beirut, and a Guide to the End of the World! Read More

 
A look inside Canada's supergroup of the moment

Broken Social Scene's rise to indie rock adulation spawned from a myriad of fractured bands, entangled relationships-both romantic and platonic-and disillusionment with a music industry that all but disregarded Toronto's burgeoning landscape of bands during the 90's. Read More