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Power pop was grown from the most mainstream DNA--Beatles-like pop, garage rock energy--but its heyday is the moment that never happened.

On Thursday night, the female population of downtown New Orleans skyrocketed.

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There is a lot to do this week, starting with Foxygen, who we're pleased to present on Monday.

“We never expected people to care this much about two kids who made most of their music in a basement, and basically still do,” explains Harrison M

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In the ‘60s and ‘70s, New York City was the promised land, even in California.

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Foxygen is throwback to the ‘70s and heyday of rock stars in many o

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"You don't hand people your solutions; you hand people your struggles," singer Mikel Jollett of

Real Estate

“We wanted to make a really clean, really nice sounding album.

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[In today's New Orleans Advocate, I have a story about the experien

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DJ Maseo from De La Soul will headline

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Our highlights for a busy week that also includes a Black and Gold kickoff party, the Felice Brothers, Richard Buckner, Real Estate, and a free tribute to David Egan in Lafayette.

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The Afghan Whigs can bring a steely drizzle to any romance.

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Our highlights for the week include Delta Spirit, Earth, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Feufollet and 5th Ward Weebie.

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The cover of Americana artist Cory Branan’s

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Our favorite things this week include Alfred Hitchcock, The Gun Club, and Chicago hip-hop.

Washed Out

Since 2009, Washed Out, AKA Ernest Greene, has disseminated a niche brand of ethereal, decadent

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The opening chords of “How Can You Really,” the first release from the upcoming

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Comedian Ron White does pretty much what he wants.

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Our highlights for the week ahead include G-Eazy, Ty Segall, Cory Branan, The Weight, Mike Dillon, Sucré, Black Lips, and comedian Ron White.

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At this point, The Polyphonic Spree’s career has followed a familiar modern arc.

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[Updated] There has been a lot of speculation about who was the Voodoo Music

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The People Say Project examines the intersection of commerce and culture in New Or

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[Updated] “WE LOVE NEW ORLEANS!” Dominic Lalli of Big Gigantic screamed at th