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Cold War Kids disappoint, but newcomers Young Man delight and surprise.
Hailing from Cardiff, Wales, Los Campesinos! inject dejected punk rock into intricate indie-pop compositions.
Welsh rockers delivered a phenomenal set, proving why they've been indie favorites for the past five years: they play damn good music that's loud, fast and emotional.
Today's Note For Note features two New York-based bands, both signed to Indiana-based labels, who produce noise and/or introspection. Whichever you prefer.
The Welsh trio, along with A Place to Bury Strangers and Exitmusic, turned the Bluebird into a festival of fuzz.
One of our favorite Bloomington events, Rock and Roll Prom, happened this weekend in Bloomington.
Before Tuesday's Coheed and Cambria show in Bloomington, it would've been easy to question the wisdom of holding a concert for a band that primarily attracts high-school-age kids at a 21+ venue.
Adam Turla was packing boxes when I called him. Lots and lots of boxes.
Photos of Dinosaur Jr. at The Bluebird in Bloomington on October 22.
The Brooklyn noise rock duo provided few frills and lots of sound.
LOTS OF SOUND!
I do like the disparity between the role that psychedelics have played in accessing my personal truth and how different the end product looks.
The crowd was mesmerized by Tillman's onstage persona as the band led the audience through the weirdly profound adventures turned into song.
Southern Memphis rockers Lucero and just-across-the-river New Albanians Houndmouth took over Sunday at the Bluebird.
Rachel Hanley reports on three indie rock acts that shook the Bluebird.
The Lone Bellow, with opening act Greg Holden, appear at The Bluebird in Bloomington, Indiana on November 11, 2013.