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Grateful Dead in 10 Songs

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This feature originally ran in July 2015 and is being republished ahead of Amir Bar-Lev’s documentary, Long Strange Trip.

Ever felt overwhelmed by an artist’s extensive back catalog? Been meaning to check out a band, but you just don’t know where to begin? In 10 Songs is here to help, offering a crash course and entry point into the daunting discographies of iconic artists of all genres. This is your first step toward fandom. Take it.

Over the past five decades, the Grateful Dead have given birth to a unique and instantly identifiable subculture. How many musicians can say the same? Garbed in flowing tie-dyed T-shirts and shawls, the Deadhead army patrols our nation’s grassy knolls and head shops, spreading mellow vibes and pungent aromas. Their internet archive makes available nearly 9,000 (!) past performances for your Keep Reading

LCD Soundsystem to release new songs ‘American Dream’ and ‘Call The Police’ today

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The songs were recently premiered live.

LCD Soundsystem will release two new songs today from their highly anticipated and “seriously almost done” reunion album, frontman James Murphy revealed in an update on Facebook .

The songs are titled ‘American Dream’ and ‘Call The Police’ and were debuted during the band’s recent five-night residency at new venue Brooklyn Steel. Both will be released Keep Reading

At the Drive-In’s Top 10 Songs

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Jesuit priests stalking down the mountain, the bishop sends his regards. Tumultuous bargains for a half-sacked ancestry, we paint our triggers on stone-cold eclipses. Reward! Reward! Disarm-the-pilots-in-a-colossal-bakery

Yep, At the Drive-In have returned this week with a super good comeback album, in•ter a•li•a, and with their resurrection comes a slew of Keep Reading

Top Songs of the Month: Kendrick Lamar, Lady Gaga, and Prince

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May brings many things: the flowers promised by April showers, my annual IRS audit, and a handful of friends still on the physical and financial mend from yet another Coachella. It’s also time to rip another page off our cubicle Chippendales calendars and acknowledge that we’re now one-third done with 2017. It’s hard to believe it’s already been four months since we were decking halls and arguing about year-end lists, but it may be even more difficult to pace ourselves through another three legs of this current race. Carbo-load, everyone.

At least the Grim Reaper doesn’t seem to be stalking artists as he did a year ago – thank goodness. However, when I look into the mirror in the morning, I have that 1,000-millimeter blogger’s stare – the one that tells me that I’ve already seen plenty of shit flash across my computer screen in 2017: 100 days of a reality-television president, major Keep Reading

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