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Thursday, June 2nd, 2005

Tim Fite signs with ANTI-

Anti Records, home to such legendary artists as Tom Waits, Nick Cave, Jolie Holland, Neko Case, and Daniel Lanois, is proud to announce the signing of Brooklynite artist TIM FITE. FITE’s debut album Gone Ain’t Gone is set for release on September 13, 2005. Gone Ain’t Gone ...

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Tuesday, May 31st, 2005

The Frames are covered by Thestranger.com

The Frames w/the Pixies, Modest Mouse, Kanye West, guests Sat May 28, the Gorge, $55, 11 am, all ages. In America, the Frames are only marginally more successful than Seattle’s willfully challenging A Frames. Ireland, though, greets the Dublin-based band with platinum sales. In this case, fatherland knows ...

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Wednesday, April 13th, 2005

Catch up with Bettye LaVette in this Metrotimes.com interview

The pop music world that Bettye Lavette has been trying to conquer since her first hit in 1962 (Atlantic Records’ “My Man, He’s a Loving Man”) has been a hardass. The strange creature that freights the sweetness of melody and harmony with the cocked fangs of pure business and ...

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Thursday, June 2nd, 2005

Labours of Lanois

Acclaimed Canadian musician/producer has little time to rest on his laurels. Walk of Fame must fit between new CD, concerts and Dashboard Confessional During a celebrated career that has spanned nearly 30 years, Daniel Lanois has gone from Eno to emo and back again. The 53-year-old, Hamilton-bred musician and ...

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Thursday, April 7th, 2005

The Frames drop anchor in Portland

The Portland State University Daily Vanguard April 05, 2005 As we move through our lives, musicians come and go. We create and relive memories through the songs that serve as momentary soundtracks to our lives and the concerts we went to that sustain them. And when we leave, the musicians ...

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