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You may know Jay Reatard from one of the many bands he's been in, but his solo effort, minimal garage-punk pop, might be his best act yet....

Brooklyn duo Orphan's debut album is a glorious cacophony of powersludge....

The Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls has two events coming up in Brooklyn. First is the Willie Mae-Ra-Thon. There will be four separate benefit shows in May 28, 29, 30 and 31 at different locations and on May 30 and 31 they'll have their Spring Carnival in DUMBO. (Wille Mae-Ra-Thon info after the jump) Rock on! -Liza (Photos via http://williemaerockcamp.org) ...

Go see Claw Money's first solo gig! It opens tonight, with an event from 7-10 pm. It's at Eastern District in Brooklyn (43 Bogart St - take the L train to Morgan Ave). The show runs until May 12th, but if you go tonight you get to meet the artist herself!...

Last night was the series finale of Scrubs . In this intern's humble opinion, it went out well. It managed to celebrate its 8-year run but it didn't sacrifice characters or formula for the sake of sentimentality. J.D. was still a nerdy dreamer, Elliot was still slightly neurotic, Cox was still a sarcastic grump (with a heart), the Janitor was still psychotic and Turk was still, well, Turk. I think it honored itself really well. They tied up all the loose ends without buttoning everything up...

Weepy makes us weep for more....

This singer/songwriter's latest album pop is sweet and sly, built on deceptively simple pop language....

The Barcelona-based group's debut is full of feel-good choruses with vocals that sometimes teeter on being too precious....

A sparkling, retro blend of lush electro beats, glossy disco shades, and new-wave riffs so cold, it’s 1986 all over again....

Thirty-two years after they split, Patti LaBelle, Nona Hendryx, and Sarah Dash are back--and somehow it works!...