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John Dwyer (of Thee Oh Sees) // photo by Jill Rachel Evans

  • With Thee Oh Sees on “indefinite hiatus,” frontman John Dwyer is forging ahead with his "hand-made electronics" solo project Damaged Bug. Visit Pitchfork to download the track "Photograph" from his forthcoming debut, Hubba Bubba, via Dwyer's Castle Face label. [Pitchfork]

  • Speaking of bands on "indefinite hiatus," with Wild Flag on break, guitarist Mary Timony has formed a new project called Ex Hex. Merge Records is releasing their debut 7" on March 18th, and you can stream the A-Side below: [Pitchfork]

  • Israeli shoegaze band Vaadat Charigim have given us yet another reason to love them: by frolicking with Hello Kitty in the video for the track "Ein Nehama Ladoachim." Their debut album, The World is Well, is out now on Burger Records, and you can grab the track "Haolam Avad Mizman" free from the KEXP Blog. [Under the Radar]

  • NYC pop duo Cibo Matto have reunited after almost 15 years, and chances are, you've already heard some tracks from their forthcoming release, Hotel Valentine, on KEXP. Well, thanks to NPR, you can now stream the album in its entirety. (It comes out, appropriately, on February 14th.) Cibo Matto play Saturday, March 1st, at The Crocodile. [NPR Music]

  • Last night, after Seattle's epic win in the Super Bowl, FOX aired the much-talked-about episode of The New Girl with special guest star, Prince. Not only did he prove himself to be a pretty funny actor, but he also shared the brand new track "Don't U Wanna Fall In Luv 2nite?" featuring guest vocals from Zooey Deschanel. Watch below: [Consequence of Sound]

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