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THE LISTENING BOOTH | POP10 FT. YO LA TENGO, LUCIUS (WITH ROGER WATERS), MOOSE BLOOD, THE BREEDERS, DRYSPELL, UNDER THE OAK, JOSH ROUSE, GIRL RAY, THE FLESHTONES, LLLL (WITH YEULE) [SPOTIFY PLAYLIST]THE LISTENING BOOTH | POP10 FT. YO LA TENGO, LUCIUS (WITH ROGER WATERS), MOOSE BLOOD, THE BREEDERS, DRYSPELL, UNDER THE OAK, JOSH ROUSE, GIRL RAY, THE FLESHTONES, LLLL (WITH YEULE) [SPOTIFY PLAYLIST]

Spotify playlist where we spotlight new modern rock music that we are confident you have probably never heard of BUT definitely should!

This week’s recommendations!

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THE LISTENING BOOTH | POP10 FT. AUGIE MARCH, ROAMING HERDS OF BUFFALO, LYNN TAYLOR & THE BARFLIES, BLAKE BROWN & THE AMERICAN DUST CHOIR, CAITLIN CANTY, KITTEN, RICH GIRLS, RUSSIAN BATHS, THE LAGOONS, THE SCANERS [SPOTIFY PLAYLIST]THE LISTENING BOOTH | POP10 FT. AUGIE MARCH, ROAMING HERDS OF BUFFALO, LYNN TAYLOR & THE BARFLIES, BLAKE BROWN & THE AMERICAN DUST CHOIR, CAITLIN CANTY, KITTEN, RICH GIRLS, RUSSIAN BATHS, THE LAGOONS, THE SCANERS [SPOTIFY PLAYLIST]

New feature! A (hopefully) weekly Spotify playlist where we spotlight new modern rock music that we are confident you have probably never heard of BUT definitely should!

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ROCK HISTORY: THE BEATLES – REVOLUTION IN THE HEAD (PLAYLIST)ROCK HISTORY: THE BEATLES – REVOLUTION IN THE HEAD (PLAYLIST)

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“With every song that I write, I compare it to the Beatles. The thing is, they only got there before me. If I’d been born at the same time as John Lennon, I’d have been up there.”

This mind-boggling quote comes from Noel Gallagher. The self-delusion is obvious but the fact that Gallagher has made a career out of plagiarism is proof of how wrong this statement is. If not for the inspiration of The Beatles (and many others), nobody would have even heard of Noel Gallagher (sounds like heaven!).

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ROCK HISTORY: THE BEATLES – TOPPERMOST OF THE POPPERMOST (PLAYLIST)ROCK HISTORY: THE BEATLES – TOPPERMOST OF THE POPPERMOST (PLAYLIST)

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Here’s part one of a playlist put together to celebrate The Beatles’ entry into the streaming services. This playlist covers the Fab Four’s early years of Beatlemania (1963 – 65) whereby in 2 short years, the band released SIX albums and numerous non-album singles and EPs, the majority of which were filled with ground-breaking, iconoclastic pop music. Enjoy!

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