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November 7th, 2014
Tokyo Police Club are kicking off their Canadian tour tonight to promote their new album Forcefield, which came out in March. The guys took some time off on their busy schedule though to put together a very special playlist just for us! Trust us, you won’t want to miss this wicked nostalgic playlist. It’s got […]
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Posted in Music, News, We <3 TV | Posted by Melody
April 21st, 2014
Coachella wrapped up this past weekend with their second and final weekend of festivities and there were just as many great moments, celebs sporting strange outfits and yes, guest appearances. Just as with the first weekend, this past weekend found a number of musicians hopping onstage and collaborating up a storm with special performances. Here […]
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Posted in Concerts & Events, Music, News | Posted by Melody
August 4th, 2013
Day 2 down of Osheaga and we don’t want it to end! The annual Montreal music festival is proving why it’s worth the trek to Quebec and with only one day left of amazing bands, we can’t wait to see how the likes of Kendrick, Icona Pop, and Mumford & Sons have in store for us. First, we’re recapping the five best moments from Day 2 of Osheaga.
March 21st, 2012
We haven’t had a new album in four years from Beck (2008’s Modern Guilt), but between his Record Club, producing other artists and the odd soundtrack work (Scott Pilgrim Vs The World, Twilight: Eclipse). He’s trickled out another new track for a film, a harmonica-heavy slow-burner for the new Jason Segel/Ed Helms comedy Jeff Who […]
September 7th, 2011
Last night PJ Harvey won the Barclaycard Mercury Prize for her album, Let England Shake. The prize honours artists based on musical merit as opposed to record sales. This is the second win for Harvey as she won 10 years ago for Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea, which also happened to be […]
May 26th, 2011
Thurston Moore Demolished Thoughts Matador A Need to know: One of the most accomplished and recognizable figures in underground music, Thurston Moore really needs no introduction. As the co-singer/songwriter/guitarist for Sonic Youth, he has spent the last 30 years at the forefront of the no wave, experimental, alternative and independent music movements. Known for his […]
May 24th, 2011
The Rapture didn’t come after all, but this weekend we learned that the band The Rapture are coming back on September 6th. If you want to hear Ted Leo performing Minor Threat, Titus Andronicus performing The Replacements and tUnE-yArDs performing Sonic Youth, among others, check out NPR’s stream of the Our Concert Could Be Your […]
Tags: Beck, Our Concert Could Be Your Life, Stephen Malkmus, Ted Leo, the Dismemberment Plan, The Horrors, the rapture, The Wedge, Titus Andronicus, tUnE-YaRdS
Posted in Blog, News, The Wedge | Posted by Cam