Joseph Coscarelli

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    From the Eastsport Cafe at Lollapalooza '08: Tally Hall

    Last weekend at Chicago's Lollapalooza festival (Aug. 1-3), which featured sets from the likes of Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails, Wilco, Kanye West, and Rage Against the Machine, SPIN.com kicked back in the air-conditioned Eastsport Cafe with Michigan quintet Tally Hall for a brief chat. Watch video of the band as they cracked jokes nonstop and chewed the fat on The OC, other television favorites, and performing with '60s legends the Zombies, and don't forget to check out Spin Editor Doug Brod's blog wrap-ups from all three days of the event.

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    From the Eastsport Cafe at Lollapalooza '08: Steel Train

    The festivities at this year's Lollapalooza raged on for three days and nights last weekend (Aug. 1-3) at Chicago, IL's Grant Park, but sheltered from the raging sun, SPIN.com set up camp in the breezy Eastsport Cafe to catch up with some of the fest's hottest acts. Watch video of SPIN.com's Peter Gaston lounging with Steel Train, as the Jersey boys chat about meeting Conan O'Brien, attending private school, and performing with frontman Jack Antonoff's dad, and afterwards don't forget to check out Spin Editor Doug Brod's blog wrap-ups from all three days of the event!

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    From the Eastsport Cafe at Lollapalooza '08: Tiny Masters of Today

    Taking a break from the heat at the Lollapalooza festival last weekend (Aug. 1-3), SPIN.com's Peter Gaston sits down in the cool Eastsport Café to chat with Tiny Masters of Today's brother and sister team, fourteen-year-old Ivan and twelve-year-old Ada, plus their drummer and MisShapes staple Jackson Pollis. Watch the complete video below, in which the trio chew the fat on staying hydrated and divulge youthful perspectives of George W., and afterwards don't forget to check out Spin Editor Doug Brod's blog wrap-ups from all three days of the event.

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    Deerhunter Plots Fall Tour

    Who? Atlanta's fuzzed out experimental shoegazers Deerhunter, fronted by blogger/solo artist Bradford Cox. Having built a following with the critically acclaimed Cryptograms, it was then announced that the band would go on indefinite hiatus. Apparently sitting still for long was not in the cards and following Cox's Atlas Sound release, the group will return Oct. 28 with the release of Microcastle. What? After spending the summer opening dates for the Smashing Pumpkins and Nine Inch Nails, Deerhunter's own outing will get started with a Halloween gig at Atlanta's Variety Playhouse. From there, the jaunt will take the boys to Canada and through the Midwest before a trio of California dates. Moving back through the Southwest, the first days of December will see Deerhunter at Austin's famous Emo's and in the Big Easy Dec. 5 before wrapping up the next day in Alabama. Should I Go? Yes.

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    From the Eastsport Cafe at Lollapalooza '08: Butch Walker and Marnie Herald

    This past weekend (Aug. 1-3), throngs of fans flocked to Chicago, IL's Grant Park for the mighty Lollapalooza festival, where they were able to catch top-notch sets by bands such as Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails, Wilco, Kanye West, Rage Against the Machine, and many more. And while the heat blistered outside, SPIN.com lounged in the cool Eastsport Cafe with Georgia-bred producer and SPIN.com Hot Pursuit judge Butch Walker and his sometime collaborator, Marnie Herald. Watch video of the pair -- who often perform under the apt Butch & Marnie moniker -- shooting the breeze about "shit" bloggers, ridiculous Starbucks uniforms, and more before saddling up and strutting through "Sweet Baby," a poignant, countrified ditty highlighted by Herald's soft vocals.

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    From the Eastsport Cafe at Lollapalooza '08: Does It Offend You, Yeah?

    This past weekend (Aug. 1-3), die-hard music fans perspired in unison under the sun at Chicago, IL's Grant Park during the mighty Lollapalooza festival, soaking up top-notch sets from the likes of Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails, Wilco, Kanye West, Rage Against the Machine, and many others. And during the festivities, SPIN.com's Peter Gaston chilled with Morgan Quaintance of UK electro-rockers Does It Offend You, Yeah? briefly to chat with the co-vocalist about living life through film, subsisting off jerky and Mountain Dew, and the band's upcoming tour with Nine Inch Nails (not to mention Trent Reznor's muscles). Watch the complete video interview below, and don't forget to check out Spin Editor Doug Brod's blog wrap-ups from all three days of the event. Now Watch This: SPIN.com interview with Does It Offend You, Yeah?

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    From the Eastsport Cafe at Lollapalooza '08: The National

    This past weekend (Aug. 1-3), throngs of fans gathered at Chicago, IL's Grant Park for the mighty Lollapalooza festival, where they were able to catch top-notch sets by bands such as Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails, Wilco, Kanye West, and Rage Against the Machine, among others. Amidst the musical barrage, SPIN.com lounged in the Eastsport Cafe with the National's deep-voiced frontman Matt Berninger. Check out video of the vocalist chatting about performing in Central Park, the band's future plans, the beauty of Scandinavians, and much more. And don't forget to check out Spin Editor Doug Brod's blog wrap-ups from all three days of the event!

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    New Los Campesinos! Album Due November 11

    Only seven months after dropping their debut full-length, Hold On Now, Youngster..., scrappy indie rockers Los Campesinos! have revealed plans to release a follow-up dubbed We Are Beautiful, We AreDoomed, out Nov. 11 via Arts & Crafts. And if their debut is an indication, the septet's second entry of 2008 is sure to be packed with more post-modern pop songs, and according to the band, is far from an attempt to cash in. "This is no b-sides, rarities or 'songs that weren't good enough to be on the album cobbled together with some remixes and field recordings' collection. It's all new tracks that none of you have ever heard before," Los Campesinos! wrote on their official website. The fresh tunes were cut in Seattle following the band's North American spring tour, with the sessions helmed by producer John Goodmanson (Sleater-Kinney, Blonde Redhead) over the span of only two weeks.

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    Exclusive: TK Webb & the Visions Announce First U.S. Tour

    Thomas Kelly Webb made the jump from Kansas City to Brooklyn in search of musical opportunity, and now the success he has found and cultivated will lead him back across the country for his first U.S. tour, with exact stops available below. Kicking off just after the release of Webb's upcoming LP Ancestor, out Sep. 2 through Kemado, Seattle serves as square one for the ocean-to-ocean trek, which will wrap up two weeks later at New York's Bowery Ballroom.

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    Clipse/Re-Up Gang

    What? Just when you thought the Brothers Thorton couldn't find any more puns or variations on the word "kilo," Clipse's Pusha T and Malice bring in reinforcements -- the imposing Ab-Live and baritone spitter Sandman-- for 'Clipse Presents: Re-Up Gang', out Aug. 5. Remixing various verses from the 'We Got It 4 Cheap: Vol. 3' free mixtape and adding a host of new tracks, the fresh set ditches the minimalist beats of longtime collaborators the Neptunes in favor of flashy, synth-heavy tracks like the Scott Storch production "Fast Life," the group's trashiest song yet and most marketable cut since "Grindin." Elsewhere, notably on "Re-Up Gang Intro," Pusha takes deliberate takes shots at Lil Wayne, bravely lashing out at the year's biggest rap star. Who?

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