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Week in Pop: Louise Lemón, TOMKAT, Weird Bloom
Ben Zár, The Curls, Grounders, L’Orange, Vein Rays, guest selections by A$AP Twelvyy.
Week in Pop: Big Eater, Eureka California, Gurus, Las Piñas
Bloody Knives, Confident Hitmakers, Soda Shop, Vein Rays, guest selections by The Veldt.
Hieroglyphics at Brooklyn Bowl
The third annual Hiero day–a free, all ages show–will take place in the group’s hometown of Oakland on Monday, September 1.
Deltron 3030, Kid Koala, and Nomadic Massive at Prospect Park Bandshell
Deltron 3030 returned in 2013 with Event 2 and came back to Brooklyn for a free show in Prospect Park.
Stream: 3:33, Bicameral Brain
Follow the auditory canvas that will unveil before your very ears and eyes.
Week in Pop: AfterParty, Lady Lazarus, OOFJ, Pregnant, PremRock, Standish/Carlyon
Kicking it with the latest sounds, rhymes and words from our indie friends and yours.
Week in Pop: Curly Castro, James Wallace & the Naked Light, Prism House
Through the hypnagogic indie pop vortex we go.
Best free music of 2012
The best mixtapes and digital drops of the year.
Week in Pop: DubbleOO, Erika Spring, Seatraffic
Madonna is weird, so turn your head towards this week's other attention grabbers.
Week in Pop: Avalon Emerson, Gensu Dean, LOL Boys
More massive amounts of this week's music from Pop's one wacky friend.
The best new music of April 2012
A month in which we danced with every beat in the universe.
Week in Pop: Cadence Weapon, Deep Time, Lee Bannon
Diamonds, gems, and jewels in the towering stacks of this week's popular tunes.
Week in Pop: Cut Your Hair, Del the Funky Homosapien, Eight and a Half
Tons of tunes, tones, crackle & pop
The 200 most average releases of 2011
You know we're right.
The most average releases of April 2011
Where's Geologist when you really need him.