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Watch Radiohead’s Full Set from I-Days In Italy

Radiohead continue to release full, pro-shot sets from their recent run through the European festival circuit, with the newest addition coming in the form of their June 16 stop at I-Days Festival in Italy. Compared to the previous releases, this set features some of the more accessible Radiohead songs including "The National Anthem," "Weird Fishes/Arpeggi" and a singalong "Creep" in the second... ...

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13 Tracks Phish Have Never Played At MSG

At the Baker’s Dozen, Phish will perform at least 26 sets, which means Trey, Mike, Page and Fishman will have plenty of time to play whatever they want. Sure, there will most likely be a “Possum” and a “Mike’s Song,” but after a deep dive of Phish’s 39 prior shows at MSG we discovered a few tracks that have never reverberated through the world’s most famous arena. “Destiny... ...

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Here’s Twenty Minutes of Good Arcade Fire from Isle of Wight Festival

Twenty minutes of Arcade Fire is better than zero minutes of Arcade Fire and here we have a snippet of their towering Isle of Wight headlining set from this summer. Among the songs included in the broadcast are "Everything Now," "Ready to Start," "We Exist" and "Rebellion (Lies)" in surprisingly high quality video, at least by today's webcast and YouTube standards. Watch below.  ...

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Chuck Leavell Leading Tribute to Butch Trucks and Gregg Allman at Peach Festival

Peach Festival will continue to honor the musical legacies of the late Gregg Allman and Butch Trucks with a special tribute set led by Chuck Leavell serving as musical director. Leavell will bring together former Allman Brothers Band members and close Allman/Trucks associates like Jaimoe, Oteil Burbridge, Marc Quinones, Duane Trucks, Devon Allman, Jack Pearson, Marcus King, Bruce Katz, Lamar... ...

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To Repeat or Not? Looking for Clues in Phish’s First Five Shows

It's wholly unfair to define the first five shows of Phish's tour as a warm-up for the Baker's Dozen run that looms in just a few hours, but if you're looking for a preview of what could be coming over the next 13 shows, look no further than what occurred over the last five. While the debate rages on as to whether or not the band will repeat a single song over the course of the run, they... ...

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Save Room for the Donut You’ll Receive Upon Entering Madison Square Garden

What's a Baker's Dozen without some donuts? Save room, because upon entry into Madison Square Garden tonight you will receive a donut (supplies are limited so hurry) with tonight's flavor taking us the coconut route. A coconut cream glaze with a toasted coconut topping. Sounds delicious. Supplies are limited and will be offered to ticket holders when doors open (first come, first served)...... ...

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Brooklyn Loves Little Feat (A Gallery)

Brooklyn Bowl hosted a special tribute to Little Feat with the likes of Tash Neal and Chris St. Hilaire of The London Souls, Brian Mitchell of Levon Helm Band, Neal Casal and Tony Leone of Chris Robinson Brotherhood and many others. Stuart Levine shared some photos from the show.  ...

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Portugal. The Man: Woodstock

Portugal. The Man may have flirted with the mainstream on 2013’s Evil Friends, but they more deeply embrace the sleek sound of modern pop radio with their eighth LP, Woodstock. On single-worthy fare like “Easy Tiger” and “Tidal Wave,” frontman/chief songwriter John Gourley croons breezy soul hooks in a featherlight falsetto, anchored by hiphop-styled drums, electronic buzzes and... ...

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Watch Highlights from Nine Inch Nails’ First Show in Three Years (Including Bowie Cover)

Nine Inch Nails made their long-awaited return to the stage last night after the band announced a surprise show at Radobank Arena in Bakersfield, CA ahead of their weekend slot at FYF Festival in Los Angeles. The show was worthy of a three-year wait as Trent Reznor and the band, which now includes longtime collaborator Atticus Ross, delivered a mix of old and new including numerous debuts from... ...

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