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Hard-rocking Canadian noise-punks Metz pound their instruments within a fret of their lives, channeling the heavy legacy of their Sub Pop labelmates past and present: Mudhoney, Rapeman, No Age and even 'Bleach'-era Nirvana. The intense chugging of their down-tuned guitar storm is something to witness live, but avoid the front rows if you're
San Francisco duo Adam Stephens and Tyson Vogel are back together for a slew of live shows and a new album, 'We Are Undone'. In the past their crunchy tunes have been compared to both The White Stripes and The Black Keys, but they rock a boozier, rootsier style with hints of Appalachian music alongside the riffing.
Another brittle-voiced bedroom boy riding the James Blake wagon, Josef Salvat is a singer from Australia who makes haunting, textured compositions. He’s not quite as minimal as Deptford's finest, but if you like Jim you’ll dig Joe.
- 61 rue du Château d'Eau, 75010
- Thu Mar 5
Belgian singer-songwriter Milow hit it big on YouTube with his acoustic cover of "Ayo Technology," which racked up over a bazillion views (approximate figures) and hit the No. 1 spot all over Europe in '08. He has a new live album out, From North to South.
It’s fair to say that musicians aren’t always reliable. Dan Snaith, however, has well and truly bucked that trend with his Caribou project, consistently producing lush, psychedelic rock and electronic alt pop that always sounds inviting and fresh. On record, Caribou’s pop odysseys are the solo work of multi-instrumentalist, DJ and producer