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ATP Pavement: Video Highlights

With more than a week delayed, we begin our look at Pavement’s ATP Festival. The reunited legends curated a bill full with bands who have been a major influence in their sound (The Fall; Faust; The Clean and cult or dark punk bands such as The Raincoats, Mission Of Burma and The Authorities; etc.) plus those notoriously influenced by Pavement’s legacy (Broken Social Scene; Quasi; The Fiery Furnaces; etc.). To begin our review we have compiled the best videos of participating artists’ sets that can be found online.

Later on the week we’ll publish our picture galleries and commentaries. Enjoy more video highlights after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Pixies Confirmed for Primavera Sound

Few days after confirming Pavement‘s long awaited reunion tour as the first artist on its bill, the organization of Primavera Sound has scored another huge goal with by announcing that Pixies will also be headliners, bringing to the popular Spanish city their acclaimed “Doolittle” tour, in which the band celebrates the 20th anniversary of the classic album by performing it in full with some B-sides added to the set.

These two reunited alternative music icons are currently two of the biggest live attractions; their mere presence is enough to establish the festival once again as one of the most interesting events in the world during 2010. Both bands are the subject of news in many fronts, as around their respective tours many other projects revolve… Read the rest of this entry »

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