The moral of the story here is don’t be a vegetarian, right?


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Originally from Sydney, Australia, The Death Set relocated to Brooklyn in 2005 and now call it home. Part punk, part electronic, their shows have a reputation for being super high energy.

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From the very political Seattle punker’s first full-length, Ernie Chambers v. God, which just came out. Catch them on tour the rest of the summer.

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First Keith Morris founded Black Flag, then he left them to form Circle Jerks, and that was more than 30 years ago. These days he’s rocking out with OFF! and still has plenty to yell about.

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My god these guys were awesome. If you don’t have The Rapture’s first album, Out Of The Races And Onto The Tracks, you should get it. Unless you have been raptured yourself, in which case…nevermind. But you sinners – you should definitely have it.

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French directing pair Wierdettes have provided No Age’s most recent video, from the Everything In Between LP. The animation follows a black blob as it morphs into lightening, tears, tattoos, birds, raindrops, a dragon…

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Always cheeky, Art Brut’s first single from their new album, Brilliant! Tragic! The band is straight forward post-punk indie rock, but frontman Eddie Argos…he’s more of an enthusiastic talker than a singer.

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Taking their name from a Pink Floyd track (where Syd Barrett wrote lyrics based on the I Ching), this is Chapter 24’s first video. The London-based foursome keep it punk, but in all possible ways (tropical, hardcore, dance).

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Seminal punk rockers Gang Of Four perform one of their most famous tracks in KEXP’s studio.

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If you weren’t able to get tickets to LCD Soundsystem’s final show at Madison Square Garden on April 2nd, Pitchfork will be streaming it LIVE, in real time, and once only. Pretty cool.

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Hanni El Khatib’s stripped down rockabilly track is from his forthcoming album, Will the Guns Come Out, and was shot in one night in Coney Island.

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Nathan Williams and his ever-rotating band members just released this video, the title track to 2010’s King Of The Beach. As always with these guys, lots of beach and lots of bud. This time they’ve got bling too.

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