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Friday, May 28th, 2010

William Elliott Whitmore Lends Track To The World Of Red Dead Redemption

Anti-Records artist William Elliott Whitmore has the kind of voice that conjures images of a hard lived Americana. The rural Iowa native combines a stark folk and blues with a punk intensity to create a sound ideal for the haunting landscape of the dying West featured in the critically lauded ...

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Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

New Grinderman Album & European Tour

Grinderman will release their new studio album Grinderman 2 through Mute on September 13th and via Anti- Records in the U.S. on September 14th. Grinderman 2 was recorded in 2009 at London's RAK, State of The Ark and Assault and Battery studios. Co-produced by Grinderman and Nick Launay ...

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Friday, May 21st, 2010

Tom Waits Guest Edits MOJO's 200th Issue

"I don't know how they talked me into doing this. All I really wanted to do was drive the forklift," Tom Waits In this legendary issue, Waits discusses the following with Hank Williams III: reconciling musical personalities; how to create "a death metal hillbilly invasion;" meeting Minnie Pearl; haunted ...

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Monday, May 24th, 2010

Bettye LaVette Performs "The Word" Tonight On The Tonight Show

BETTYE LaVETTE returns to the Tonight Show this evening with a performance of the Beatles' classic "The Word," from her new album titled Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook out tomorrow on Anti- Records. Meanwhile, critics all over are raving about the new disc: "Ms. LaVette, 64, now rivals Aretha Franklin ...

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Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

New Tim Fite Album Available For Free Starting Today

To mark the release of his new album Under The Table Tennis, acclaimed musical renaissance man TIM FITE recently took his act to Wall Street where he rapped his sardonic song "Wynpm" (why you no pay me) in front of the increasingly ironic and iconic bull statue (a bullish market ...

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