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The Negatones reunion! Saturday 11.12 at Pianos

With frenzied drums, blasting guitar riffs and out of sync synths The Negatones tracks sometimes seem more headache than dance party-inducing. Still, this toxic blend of upbeat sounds and punk attitude is some of the best kind of head bopping alt rock you can get. The Brooklyn band is made up of brothers Jay and Justin Braun, Jun Takeshta and Jesse Wallace. The Negatones started making music in 1997 and have released two EPs and one full length album released in 2005. They were featured on the cover of The Deli Magazine back in the spring of 2005 - you can still read the feature from that issue here. They'll be back for a - not to be missed - reunion gig at Pianos on Saturday November 12 at 10pm. - Molly Horan

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Noteworthy music submissions: Lizard Kisses

Sometimes a record hits you just at the right time to make you feel like writing about it. Lizard Kisses' music is the perfect listen at this time, 5.24pm, after a rather busy day. This is music so sparse and so slow that it could be discribed as "almost silence". But the few things that aren't silence in here, the slowly plucked acustic guitar, the slide guitar effects in the background, the beautiful melody and filtered backing vocals, create a blissful aura you want to carry home with you. This seems like a very very new project (7 facebook friends, 8 now...) but one that deserves to be followed with interest. - Lizard Kisses submitted their music for consideration through this link.

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A Place to Bury Strangers Announce EP "Onwards To The Wall" + release free mp3

Noise lovers, rejoice! The noisiest Brooklyn band is back with new material, and a free download that, after one listen, is already blowing our little minds. A Place to Bury Strangers will release the EP "Onwards to the Wall" - their debut on Dead Oceans Records - on February 7, but, if your can't wait that long to ruing your eardums, you can download the single "So Far Away" (below) to your iPod and turn up the volume to exceptionally damaging levels... great song.

Download Mp3: A Place to Bury Strangers - "So Far Away"
Read an old interview with the band here.

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Diehard back with a full album, live at Dead Herring on 11.12

Sounding like a mix of two of the most intriguing and beloved bands of the 90s (Lemonheads and Dinosaur Jr.), Diehard's music triggers a mental trip back to youth for 30 and 40 somethings like us, while sounding like a breath of fresh air to the younger hipsters. Their new debut full length "The Times We Didn't Have Fun" shows great improvement in all department, with casually sung catchy melodies floating on that awesome, powerful but unpretentious pre-grunge wall of guitars we grew up to love. Check them out live at Dead Herring (141 S. 5th St. 11211 Brooklyn) on 11.12.

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Daniel Goodman release "Cold Wind" at The Living Room on 11.14

Brooklyn born folk singer Daniel Goodman is playing The Living Room November 14th to celebrate the release of his latest LP "Cold Wind", out now. The album, produced by Anton Fier (Jeff Buckley, Mick Jagger, John Yorn) showcases Goodman’s trademark rootsy folk and Americana sound, but also shows a very NYC experimental and jazzy side of the artist, which according to his biography was developed while in college at Berklee School of Music. Nostalgic and powerful, Cold Wind features collaborations from Anton Fier on drums, guitarist Adam Levy (Norah Jones), jazz bassist Arthur Kell, and guitarist Larry Saltzman (Paul Simon). - Amanda F. Dissinger

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