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Sarah Davachi has announced the reissue of three out-of-print albums: 2016’s Dominions and Vergers, and 2017’s All My Circles Run. She also announced a fall tour, kicking off in October in Philadelphia. See the full tour dates below. All three albums will get limited-run self-releases. Dominions, out now, is limited to 200 vinyl copies, while Vergers and All My Circles Run will be limited to 200 cassettes. Each album will also be released digitally. Davachi
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Torche’s current tour in support of their latest album, Admission, has been delivering sludgy riffs and paint-peeling volumes. Now, the band has announced two more legs starting in November — one in the United States and another in the UK. The new run of U.S. shows kicks off November 1st in Gainesville, Florida, and will feature Eye Flys as support on most dates. During three Texas gigs, Torche will be joined by Windhand and Russian
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6ix9ine has apparently never heard the phrase “snitches get stitches.” The rapper testified against his fellow gang members — Nine Trey Bloods — during the first day of his trial in Manhattan today. Tekashi said he met many of the gang members while on set for his “GUMMO” music video in 2017, the same day he met his manager Kifano “Shotti” Jordan. Still images from the video were shown in court as the colorful hip hop star pointed
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TMZ/Getty Britney Spears‘ father will not face criminal charges after Kevin Federline accused him of abusing Britney’s 13-year-old son. The Ventura County District Attorney’s Office says they found insufficient evidence to charge Jamie Spears after investigating Kevin’s claim Jamie had roughed up Sean. You’ll recall … Kevin alleged to cops Jamie broke down a door on August 24 to get to his grandson and grabbed him by his arms. The Sheriff’s Dept. investigated and turned
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Jonny Greenwood has launched Octatonic, a new contemporary classical label. The multifarious composer and Radiohead co-founder has announced two releases: Daniel Pioro playing Bach’s “Partita No. 2” on the first, and a second containing Michael Gordon’s “Industry” on the A-side and Greenwood’s own “Water” on the B-side. Octatonic releases will also stream, the website notes, with the first two arriving on services September 24. A future record is slated to include a Steve Reich composition.
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