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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

This Week's Mercury Music Section

Posted by Ned Lannamann on Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 3:07 PM

The War on Drugs Adam Granduciel
Another week, another Mercury music section that's FAR more affordable than the new Wu-Tang album.

• For a guy who just released the best album of 2014, the War on Drugs' Adam Granduciel is awfully down to earth.

LISTEN: The War on Drugs - "Red Eyes"

Anne was a shoegaze band. Now it's a darkwave-y dance-music solo project.

LISTEN: Anne - "Terms"

• British extreme metal pioneers Carcass are meddling with their legacy—in a good way.

LISTEN: Carcass - "Captive Bold Pistol"

• Local collective Sonic Debris Multimedia has already embraced the digital revolution. The next challenge? A live monthly showcase—in other words, as analog as it gets.

• Plus! The premiere of our brand-new all-ages column, All Ages Action! It's where to go to find the week's best all-ages shows. No ID? No problem!

• And some morsels of local Music News, plus this week's Up & Coming shows, pressed in a gorgeous ultra-limited edition of one.

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