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The Old Ceremony + R.E.M.’s Mike Mills, “Fall Guy” from Sprinter (2015): One Track Mind

The Old Ceremony + R.E.M.’s Mike Mills, “Fall Guy” from Sprinter (2015): One Track Mind

As the Old Ceremony joins together with several musical heroes, “Fall Guy” emerges as a fizzy moment of old-meets-new alchemy.

Chris Stamey, “Invisible” from  Euphoria (2015): One Track Mind

Chris Stamey, “Invisible” from Euphoria (2015): One Track Mind

Connections to their shared history stream through every quiet moment of Chris Stamey’s new song with Mitch Easter — and even more light.

Forgotten series: Velvet Crush – Teenage Symphonies To God (1994)

Forgotten series: Velvet Crush – Teenage Symphonies To God (1994)

Formed 1989 in Rhode Island, Velvet Crush may not be the best-selling band on the block, but they’ve sure collected a loyal fan following throughout the world.

Exclusive stream: A Fragile Tomorrow – Be Nice Be Careful (2013)

We’ve already raved about the lead single. Here is your chance to stream A Fragile Tomorrow’s forthcoming Be Nice Be Careful in its entirety before the January 8, 2013 street date.

One Track Mind: A Fragile Tomorrow, “Kernersville” (2012)

One Track Mind: A Fragile Tomorrow, “Kernersville” (2012)

Shattering, yet redemptively propulsive, A Fragile Tomorrow’s lovelorn new single “Kernersville” probably betrays its 1980s influences right there in the liner notes.

Peter Holsapple on the dB’s, Mitch Easter and R.E.M.: Gimme Five

Peter Holsapple, long-time leader of the newly reunited dB’s, joins us to discusss the band’s rocky early years, working with Mitch Easter and R.E.M., and how he and Chris Stamey eventually reunited the original lineup to produce the triumphal new release Falling Off the Sky … “AMPLIFIER,” with THE dB’s (REPERCUSSION, 1982): A rockabilly Holsapple number that ended up becomingRead More