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Australian post-punk guitarist Rowland S. Howard passed away today, after a battle with liver cancer. He was 50.
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One year ago:
2016/4/12Late last year, the indie-music world was surprised by the announcement that Lush , one of the better-known lost bands of the 1990s shoegaze/ethereal/dreampop zeitgeist, were reuniting, and were not only planning to play gigs but
Two years ago:
2015/4/6It is an early afternoon during the Easter bank holiday weekend, at an indiepop weekender at an art venue in Cardiff. A band is playing on stage, fuzzy guitar lines, drums and female vocals mixing together.
Five years ago:
2012/4/22The Quietus has an essay by Swedish writer Johan Kugelberg about the psychology and psychogeography of record fairs , and that peculiar combination of nostalgia that causes a subculture of men of a certain age and
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