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Free Download Of The Week: Minus The Bear

Free Download Of The Week: Minus The Bear

1 Comment 10 December 2014

Minus The Bear
Seattle-based Minus the Bear released their latest LP, Lost Loves, this past October via Dangerbird Records. The album is a career-spanning collection of rare & unreleased songs written and recorded during the sessions for 2007’s Planet of Ice, 2010’s  OMNI, and 2012’s Infinity Overhead. In addition to their studio work, the band has headlined countless shows around the globe and shared the stage with acts like Soundgarden, Jimmy Eat World, and Foo Fighters. Download “Invented Memory” from Lost Loves and learn more about Minus The Bear at their Official Website, “Like” them on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter.



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World Class Rock Week-In-Review: 12/10/14

World Class Rock Week-In-Review: 12/10/14

No Comments 10 December 2014

Bob Dylan Shadows In The Night


  • Bob Dylan announces Frank Sinatra covers album Shadows in the Night (Pitchfork)
  • Sting, Al Green among those recognized at Kennedy Center Honors (Rolling Stone)
  • Grammys 2015: The nominees are… (Billboard)
  • Coldplay at work on “final” album, A Head Full of Dreams (Paste)
  • Paul McCartney says John Lennon killer was “the jerk of jerks” (NME)
  • Modest Mouse confirm that they’re releasing a new album in 2015 (SPIN)
  • John Fogerty responds to lawsuit filed by ex-CCR bandmates (UCR)
  • Billy Corgan disses Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters on Howard Stern (Stereogum)
  • Slayer rescued a homeless kitten in Indianapolis (CoS)
  • Jack White launches “Third-D” virtual reality app (Pitchfork)
  • Dave Grohl: The Sonic Highways exit interview (Rolling Stone)
  • Joni Mitchell on not being able to perform: “I don’t miss much of anything” (Billboard)
  • Green Day touring guitarist Jason White diagnosed with tonsil cancer (NME)
  • Rosanne Cash leads Americana’s top 10 most-played list (Paste)
  • Of Montreal announce new album, Aureate Gloom, due in March (SPIN)
  • Phil Collins unable to sing, cancels first concert appearance in four years (UCR)
  • Morrissey’s about to record another album (Stereogum)
  • Arcade Fire’s Will Butler announces North American tour (CoS)
  • Grizzly Bear’s Chris Taylor announces new cookbook Twenty Dinners (Pitchfork)
  • Stax/Volt to issue complete singles digitally for first time (Rolling Stone)
  • U2 extends “Innocence” tour after quick sellouts (Billboard)
  • The Dodos share new song “Goodbyes and Endings” (Paste)
  • Former Cake drummer to appeal child abuse sentence (NME)
  • Ryan Adams and Jenny Lewis serenade a Tulsa audience together (SPIN)
  • AC/DC include two tributes to Malcolm Young in Rock or Bust art (UCR)
  • Elton John falls out of chair at tennis match (Stereogum)
  • TV on the Radio announce North American tour (CoS)
  • Bob Geldof has harsh words for Band Aid critics (Rolling Stone)
  • Johnny Marr cancels tour (Pitchfork)
  • Muse’s Matt Bellamy & Kate Hudson end engagement (Billboard)
  • Lana Del Rey confirms she has begun work on her third album (NME)
  • Subhumans frontman Brian Goble dies of a heart attack (SPIN)
  • Ann Wilson would definitely be up for fronting Led Zeppelin (UCR)
  • Burgerama Four lineup unveiled (Stereogum)
  • Listen to Dum Dum Girls’ “On Christmas” (Paste)
  • Sleater-Kinney add dates to North American tour (CoS)


Al Green – “Tired Of Being Alone/Let’s Stay Together” (Letterman)

Paul McCartney – “Hope For The Future” (Official Video)

First Aid Kit – “My Silver Lining” (Ellen)

Jingle Bell Rocks! (Christmas Vinyl Documentary) – Exclusive Clip


WTTS Indy Underground: December 8, 2014

WTTS Indy Underground: December 8, 2014

No Comments 08 December 2014

The New Pornographers

The New Pornographers

Join Laura Duncan Monday Nights at 8 and Saturday Nights at 9 for the best from the independent world of music on WTTS Indy Underground. This week…

The New Pornographers – “Dancehall Domine”

Will Butler – “Take My Side”

WTTS New Music Monday: December 8, 2014

WTTS New Music Monday: December 8, 2014

No Comments 07 December 2014

Smashing Pumpkins

We play lots of new music throughout the day on WTTS New Music Monday, and at 7 p.m., we play an hour of ONLY new releases. This week…

New Music Monday is presented by Arni’s Restaurant. Meet you at Arni’s.

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The Smashing PupmkinsMonuments To An Elegy (YouTube Playlist)

Damien Rice – “I Don’t Want To Change You” (Letterman)

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