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She Said, He Said: Meet Lauren & Tokyo

We always love hearing what our readers have to say, but who knew we could be in the happy position of hearing you guys sing as well! A few weeks ago, 20-year-old Ontario ModCloth fan Lauren Campbell sent some of …

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It’s No Myth… Bands Inspired by Mythical Beings

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Themes are fun. A few weeks ago, a few of us writers started brainstorming various themed lists of band names. One that we couldn’t wait to share was “Bands with Names Inspired by Mythical …

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She & Him Put A Spell on Cleveland

Preceded by alt-folk act The Chapin Sisters, She & Him rocked Cleveland’s House of Blues this past Thursday. With a photo pass to a camera-free show, we were able to snap some exclusive shots of She & Him, …

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Find a Free Download of Goldfrapp’s “Rocket” in Your Order!

Compare British dance duo Goldfrapp’s enchanting, ethereal debut album Felt Mountain to their newest electronic ’80s glam LP, Head First, and you’ll agree that they’re one of few musicians who succeed in the difficult task of transforming with the …

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Style Soundtrack: Road Trip Edition

If you’re anything like us  here at ModCloth, then you probably find preparing for a road trip as enjoyable as actually embarking on one. Perhaps the two most important —  and fun! — parts about gearing up for a highway …

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Band to Watch: Lower Dens

On July 20th, Devendra Banhart and Andy Cabics record label, Gnomonsong, plans to release the debut full-length album of Baltimore-based band, Lower Dens. The quartet plays dreamlike, soothing, guitar-driven tracks which pulse against indie folk singer/songwriter …

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Style Soundtrack is On a Boat

Are you readily embracing the impending summer? We are! As Fleet Week NYC sets sail, ModCloth took the opportunity to not only style a seafaring look, but also put together a mix of bands with nautical names. From …

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Fall In Love with Florence + The Machine’s “Cosmic Love”

It doesn’t take a fortune teller to see that we’re cosmically in love with Florence + The Machine‘s newest music video. We practically have hearts in our eyes when we watch the video, which features color-stained, Mert & Marcus

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Music Has Never Been So fun.!

BY CHRISTEN, WRITING TEAM INTERN

There’s nothing quite like seeing members of some of your favorite bands have a little meeting of the minds. Here, Nate Ruess of The Format, Andrew Dost of Anathallo, and Jack Antonoff of Steel Train, …

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Bookmark This: The Books’ “Beautiful People”

Go on an intergalactic ride with “Beautiful People” by American music duo The Books. After a five-year hiatus, their album The Way Out, in which each track “needs to sound like it comes from its own universe,” …

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Joy Ike Is Spreading Rumors

I was NOT in the mood to go out when my boyfriend dragged me to a concert a few weeks ago. It’d been a long day and all I wanted was the couch. But when Joy Ike took the stage …

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Style Soundtrack: Party Mix

It’s that time of year again when parties are popping up all over the place — students are graduating, couples are wedding, and the rest of us are celebrating summer! But what would these parties be without a fun mix …

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Bands You’d Take Home to Your Mother

What better way to surprise Mom on Mother’s Day than introducing her to your latest crush —musical crush, that is! Many musicians might not fit the bill to bring home to dinner, so we’ve gone ahead and picked a few …

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The New Pornographers are ‘Together’ Again!

After a three-year hiatus, when A.C. Newman, Kurt Dahle, and Neko Case (swoon!) were busy working on other projects, The New Pornographers have at long last rejoined to make their new album, Together. In addition to featuring the group’s …

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