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Adorable Australian band Howling Bells have been signed by Nettwerk Music Group. Although the rock 'n' roll group formed in Australia, they are based in the U.K. and the band consists of songstress Juanita Stein, her guitarist brother Joel Stein, bassist Brendan Picchio and drummer Glenn Moule. Along with the debut of their sophomore album 'Radio Wars' on July 28th, they are also touring with Coldplay for their North American tour in May and June. Their tour dates are available on their official site, Howling Bells. Their single 'Cities Burning Down' is already available on iTunes. Read More

Word on the Beet

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For tees that please the outspoken and environmentally aware, look no further than Black Sheep Heap . I crossed paths with these people selling their wears in Union Square in New York last Saturday morning, and I just love the bold graphic and statement that expresses what I'm constantly thinking at the grocery store: where are our apples coming from and why are they so dang large?   Tees are printed with water-based inks on 100% recycled or organic cotton, and all Black Sheep Heap packaging is made of 100% post-consumer recycled paper. Read More

Hurray for Murray!

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                   Come one, come all, come one night only for the taping of Murray Hill's first comedy album. A presence in Manhattan's drag king and comedy scene for the past decade, Murray has performed in over 500 shows. Thursday, June 25, Murray will be performing the best of his years in comedy with new shticks, songs, videos AND a new synthetic double-knit suit. Me-OW. The two showings are at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. at Comix. Click here for more details on the one-night affair. Read More
If you're not seeing Pj Harvey and John Parish at the Beacon Theater in New York tonight, be sure to catch them performing on The Letterman Show on June 12th at 11:30 on CBS. For a full list of her tour dates, look here . Read More
                 When it comes to ingenuity in music, The Portland Cello Project is the picture of a forward-thinking group. The ensemble, which is made up of a remarkable 8-16 cellists at a time, has invested in the philosophy that 'collaboration is the ironic cornerstone of independent musicianship.' Talented team in tow, the group has dreamed up an impressive array of sounds. Read More