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Issue 11

Making A Scene: Brendan Canning

After founding one of indie rock’s most influential collectives, Brendan Canning steps into a spotlight of his own.

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Issue 11

Planet of Sound: The Pinker Tones

The Pinker Tones are happy, and they know it.

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Issue 10

Planet of Sound: Au

Luke Wyland mixes pop and experimental music to create the golden sounds of Au. Now, he just needs to keep his band together.

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Issue 10

Planet of Sound: Jenny Scheinman

Jenny Scheinman is one of modern jazz’s most respected violinists. Now, her dramatic transformation into a pop performer may make her a household name as well.

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Issue 09

Planet of Sound: Los Campesinos!

The seven members of this vibrant pop ensemble are too busy making you dance to write a ballad.

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Issue 08

Planet of Sound: This Is Ivy League

A hefty dose of Brooklyn folk yields perfect summer listening.

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Issue 07

Planet of Sound: The War on Drugs

From playing around to playing on stage, this rising indie band does it right.

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Issue 05

Planet of Sound: Band Marino

From house parties in Orlando to the Knitting Factory in New York, Band Marino is learning how to kick it on the indie circuit.

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Issue 04

The End: All Together Now

By recording each musician independently, Ignas Krunglevicius and Raymond Ingar Berge offer a new blend of Nachtmusik.

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Issue 04

Planet of Sound: Return to Birdland

The latest stop in Carla Bley’s illustrious career is back where it all began.

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