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Consequence of Sound presents a Post-Labor Day Recap

on September 07, 2010, 4:40pm

Dear CoS Reader,

Welcome back! You likely spent Labor Day Weekend at the North Coast/Bumbershoot/ATP New York music festivals and/or a barbecue and/or watching re-runs of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations and consequently missed some if not all the great content posted on Consequence of Sound during that time. Remember, vacations aren’t in our vocabulary. That’s why we came up with this handy recap.

— Hear the lead single off Belle & Sebastian‘s new album.

— Two new Weezer songs worth checking out: “Unspoken” and the Ryan Adams-featuring “Run Away”.

Ace of Base announce a new album. Really really.

Rihanna also announced a new album. Stream the first single now.

The Tallest Man on Earth unexpectedly dropped a new EP.

— A bunch of random Madonna demos leaked.

Duff McKagan left Jane’s Addiction. Who knows how to play bass?

The Rapture performed a new song called “Sail Away”.

–  The White Stripes will appear on Loretta Lynn tribute album.

Nick Lowe announced his first full band tour this millennium.

Kanye West shared “Devil in a New Address” for the latest edition of G.O.O.D. Friday.

— CoS hit up the inaugural North Coast Music Festival in Chicago. Let’s just say it was a bundle of joy!

— We sat down with John Baizley (of Baroness).

— We reviewed new albums from Cotton Jones, Jenny and Johnny, Prince Rama, and Secondhand Serenade.

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