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At First Avenue, Car Seat Headrest is vulnerable and unafraid
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At First Avenue, Car Seat Headrest is vulnerable and unafraid

William Toledo, the lead singer/songwriter of Car Seat Headrest, strode onto the First Avenue stage in full monochrome black. He played alongside his bandmates Ethan Ives (guitar and bass-backing vocals), Seth Dalby (bass) and Andrew Katz (drums, percussion), as well as members of Naked Giants, who joined Car Seat Headrest to perform their newest album,…

Foxing and the albatross take flight
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Foxing and the albatross take flight

“Foxing is a band. Someday Foxing won’t be a band.” This slogan is both simple and profound, although you may think it clichéd of an indie-rock, post-rock group to declare itself metaphysically impermanent. Hold your judgement for just a moment. Imagine that you are standing in the Triple Rock Social Club, swaying back and forth…

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Review: Anxiety by Autre Ne Veut

According to Wikipedia, the origins of R&B trace back to about the 1940s. In the 70-odd years since then, the genre has bounced through a number of phases before arriving at today’s understanding of “contemporary R&B.” It is a genre that seems resistant to stagnation and its latest form of growth has come in the…