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Northern Spy kicks off anniversary year with free NYC shows from Marc Ribot and Sun Ra's Arkestra [News Article]

Planet Mu slates new Claude Speeed EP Sun Tzar Temple for January 27 release [News Article]

Thanks, Jack White: United Record Pressing booked up for at least three months, opening second plant [News Article]

Jon Mueller's Death Blues project shambles through the Midwest on July tour [News Article]

Cloud Becomes Your Hand announce tour with Ryan Power, do their best to promote Prog Peace [News Article]

People on a budget finally permitted to hear the decay of a nation with new Disintegration Loops CD-only box set [News Article]

Jay-Z's new album changes the rules of music (in a dumb way that should annoy you) [News Article]

Billy Bragg, milkman of human kindness/sherpa of heartbreak/bard of barking, announces first new album/record/LP in five years/annums/rotations of the Earth around the Sun [News Article]

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S.S. Coachella to set sail in December with Grimes, Pulp, Cloud Nothings, and more in the cargo hold. Only your money can free them! [News Article]

Bill Fay will release his first album of new material in 40 years this August [News Article]

Mount Eerie will haunt the Pacific Northwest more than usual in June [News Article]

Battles march on Middle America this June [News Article]

Internet heroes Anonymous hack Virgin Media site in constructive, not at all misguided response to UK Pirate Bay ruling [News Article]

Tortoise reissue classic albums, tour Europe, take time out of the day to appreciate the little things in life [News Article]

Neil Hamburger, America's Funnyman, will make the US, Canada, and Australia yuk for their lives this summer [News Article]

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